In Part 3 of the podcast interview with Sanjay Bakshi, price investor, behavioural finance professional at Adjunct Professor at MDI, talks about how he chooses his investments, whether or not generation is disrupting the idea of moat – or a business enterprise having competitive benefits over peers – and how buyers have to avoid fee traps.
A: They have evolved plenty and that applies to almost every investor. When I began practicing price making an investment about 25 years in the past, I was in basic terms a Graham investor. So, I became doing statistical bar video games, I was doing chance arbitrage. The key source of a margin of safety for me changed into from a low rate in relation to perceived cost; it may be a coins bargain, it can be high dividend paying stock, it is able to be a stock selling nicely under its net present-day asset. All the usual filters that Graham has spoken approximately in his books.
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