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Stingy News: Pabrai

Mohnish Pabrai's Boston College talk
01/12/14 Value Investing Pabrai
Set aside some time to watch Mr. Pabrai's presentation.

Mohnish Pabrai interview
06/25/08 Buffett Funds Pabrai
Mohnish talks markets, Buffett, and stocks. He is keen on American Express and Berkshire Hathaway.

Looking up to Warren Buffett
04/22/08 Buffett Value Investing Pabrai
"Our brains are in sync with the speed at which the market is moving and totally out of sync with the speed at which a business is moving. It seems obvious: The market is repricing a company's stock very quickly. I can process very quickly; therefore, I make decisions based on that. You have to learn to dramatically slow your brain, which is very hard for most people. The reality is that you should make decisions based on how that business is changing, and that's a very slow process."

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