In a keynote Q&A with John Mihaljevic at Best Ideas 2023, superinvestor Mohnish Pabrai discussed his latest thoughts on intelligent investing around the world. Mohnish reiterated some of the key tenets of his investment philosophy and shared some of the opportunities he sees in global markets as we enter 2023.
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About the instructor:
The Pabrai Investment Funds (PIF) were inspired by the original 1950s Buffett Partnerships and are a close replica of the original Buffett Partnership Rules. The Pabrai Funds Managing Partner, Mohnish Pabrai, is an ardent disciple of Warren Buffett and closely follows Buffett’s principles on value investing and capital allocation. From inception in 1999 through September 2022, a $100,000 investment in Pabrai Funds had grown to $1.1 million (after all fees and expenses). This equals to an annualized gain of 10.7% versus less than 6.2% for the S&P 500.
Mohnish was the Founder/CEO of TransTech, Inc. – an IT Consulting and Systems Integration company. Founded in his home in 1990, Mohnish bootstrapped the company to over $20 million in revenue when it was sold in 2000. TransTech was recognized as an Inc. 500 company in 1996. Mohnish has been profiled by Forbes and Barron’s and appeared frequently on CNN, PBS, CNBC, Bloomberg TV and Bloomberg Radio. He has been quoted by various leading newspapers including USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, The Financial Times, The Economic Times and The Times of India. He is the author of two books on value investing, The Dhandho Investor and Mosaic: Perspectives on Investing. The Dhandho Investor has been translated into German, Mandarin, Japanese, Thai, Korean, Vietnamese, and Spanish.
Mohnish is the winner of the 1999 KPMG Illinois High Tech Entrepreneur award given by KPMG, The State of Illinois, and The City of Chicago. He is a member of the Young President’s Organization (YPO) and a charter member of the IndUS Entrepreneurs (TiE).
Mohnish is the Founder and Chairman of The Dakshana Foundation which is a public US 501c(3) charity. Dakshana focuses on poverty alleviation through education. Dakshana alleviates poverty by identifying brilliant but impoverished teenagers and providing intensive coaching for 1-2 years for the IIT and medical entrance exams in India. Since inception in 2007, the IITs have accepted 3015 Dakshana Scholars. Since inception, 4095 of our scholars have been accepted by the IITs, AIIMS, and various medical colleges (out of a total universe of 6290), a success rate of 65%. Since 2017, various government medical colleges have accepted 1080 Dakshana Scholars, including 222 at AIIMS, the Harvard Medical School of India.
Mohnish loves playing duplicate bridge and received his first lifetime ban in 2019 from playing Blackjack at a Las Vegas Casino due to his winning blackjack system. He lives in Austin, Texas.