How Mohnish Pabrai Crushed The Market Since 2000

How Mohnish Pabrai Crushed The Market Since 2000
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How Mohnish Pabrai Crushed The Market By 1100% Since 2000 nice article fromForbes (found via CornerOfBerkshire) – see a small excerpt below

Mohnish Pabrai’s long-only equity fund has returned a cumulative 517% net to investors vs. 43% for the S&P 500 Index since inception in 2000. That’s outperformance of 474 percentage points or 1103 percent.


Pabrai is a classic value investor in the tradition of Warren Buffett, Charlie Munger, Seth Klarman and Joel Greenblat. I recently had an opportunity to hear him talk and thought I’d pass along some of my bright yellow highlighting.

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Mohnish Pabra: How to start investing

For Pabrai, this yellow brick road begins with Warren Buffett’s annual letters to shareholders (totaling 730 pages, now conveniently available for your Amazon Kindle for $2.99 cheap). From there he recommends the Buffett biographies (mentioning the ones by Lowenstein and Schroeder). I might add, though he didn’t, that you could do worse than to read Pabrai’s own book, The Dhando Investor.

Like Buffett, Mohnish Pabra looks at a stock not as a piece of paper but as the ownership of a business. He has no interest in a company that looks ten percent undervalued. He is angling to make five times his money in a few years. If he doesn’t think the opportunity is blindingly obvious, he passes. This requires him to apply his X-Ray vision to the fundamentals, and weigh the downside risk (the margin of safety) vs. the upside potential (the moat) at a given price. His mantra: Heads I win, tails I don’t lose much.


Mohnish Pabrai: The checklist

Mohnish Pabrai was impressed by Atul Gawande’s Checklist Manifesto, which recounts how a technology seemingly as trivial as a checklist led to life-saving results in the airline cockpit and the operating room. He wondered whether it could work the same magic for investors.

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