Mohnish Pabrai: Low risk, High uncertainty Value Investing

Published on Apr 11, 2017

An interview with value investor Mohnish Pabrai. In this interview Mohnish discusses how he approaches investing and the philosophy to his approach. Mohnish also talks about value investing and what a individual investor should do to beat the market.

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Video Segments:
0:00 Introduction
0:10 What did you learn from Warren Buffett? What did you do different?
1:16 Your approach to investing?
2:13 Technology outside area of competence
2:50 Define moats
3:50 What is your edge?
5:27 Low risk , High uncertainty
7:21 What did you learn from being an entrepreneur, that applies to investing?
10:33 Fee structure
12:05 You do not want institutional investors
13:01 Low cost
14:54 Not registered with FCC
15:15 Do not engage in short selling
15:34 Advice for individual investors
17:46 Going to the roach motel
18:55 Sceptical of investing in foreign markets
20:13 Don’t get much from talking to CEO’s
21:22 What areas are you looking at right now?
22:45 In the first quarter of 2010 did you add any positions?
23:19 Delta financial 100% loss
24:19 Mistakes on your checklist?
27:44 What is on your checklist?

Interview Date: 12th April, 2010
Event: Intelligent Investing
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