The Dhandho Investor: The Low Risk Value Method to High Returns

by Ashik Shah on 31 October 2007

Mohnish Pabrai is a very generous and clear writer, as well as being a successful value investor.  An ethnically Indian author who uses the Gujarati Patel community as a model in one of his lessons, outlining the difference between risk and uncertainty.  Dhandho is a word signifying business in Gujarati.  This popular investing book also draws from the epic Mahabharat.

The reference to Indian classics is not the reason that I would recommend this book.  It is because I know and like the author, and, most importantly, because he has lucid and clear explanations of important investment concepts.


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