Mohnish Pabrai: Here’s Why Buffett Bought Coke (KO) in 1987

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I was reading a passage from Mohnish Pabrai‘s book Mosaic: Perspectives on Investing. I love reading Pabrai’s thoughts and ideas whenever I can. He’s one of the greatest investors of the last 15 years, establishing a track record that has significantly outperformed the S&P 500, including a remarkable run from 1999-2007 when he averaged around 30% per year. One reason I like Pabrai is because he uses simple logic to explain his investment process. We’re big fans of simplicity here […]

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Value vs. Growth Investing-Which Method is Best?

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As an investor who studies in great detail the strategies and investment philosophies of the great value investors, I have always been intrigued by the debate of value vs. growth. I just wrote this post on qualitative vs. quantitative analysis. The discussion between growth and value is similar: the best growth investors are good business analysts… they have to be. It’s easy to find a company that’s growing, but the hard part is determining if that company will continue to […]