Mohnish Pabrai’s 10 Commandments of Investment Management

In this new episode of Value Investing FM, Adrián and Paco analyze the 10 commandments of investment management. This list has been compiled by Indian investor Mohnish Pabrai, manager of Pabrai Investment Funds and author of the book The Dhandho Investor.

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Mohnish Pabrai's 10 Commandments of Investment Management

  1. Thou shall not skim off the top [fees]

You will not pluck (or remove) the top (or top)

  1. Thou shalt not have an investment team

You will not have an investment team

  1. Thou shalt accept that thou shalt be wrong at least one-third of the time.

You must accept that you will be wrong at least 1 out of 3 times

  1. Thou shalt look for hidden PE of 1 stocks

You must search for actions with PER 1 hidden

  1. Thou shalt never use Excel

You should never use Excel

  1. Thou shalt always have a rope to climb out of the deepest well

You must always have a rope to climb the deepest well

  1. Thou shalt be singularly focused

You must focus on the singularity

  1. Thou shalt never short a stock

You should never be short of an action

  1. Thou shalt not introduce leverage

You should not leverage

  1. Thou shalt be a shameless cloner

You must be a shameless copycat

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