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Mohnish Pabrai – Top 5
Mohnish Pabrai is an Indian-American businessman, investor and philanthropist. He is the founder of the Dakshana Foundation, a philanthropy that aims to recycle most of his wealth back to society. The foundation provides world-class education to economically and socially underprivileged children worldwide, most notably in India. It aims to prepare young students for engineering entrance examinations and to educate rural and semi-urban students. Prior to launching the foundation, Pabrai started Pabrai Investment Funds, a group of hedge funds that totals $379 million in assets under management (AUM). He has funneled much of the wealth generated from his investments into the Dakshana Foundation. The following are his top five positions.
Fiat Chrysler Auto
Fiat Chrysler Auto (NYSE: FCAU) is the seventh-largest automaker in the world. The company designs, engineers, manufactures and sells cars, commercial vehicles and auto components. It is structured as a holding group that owns well-known auto brands such as Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Maserati and others. The company has decided to spin off its Ferrari line of business, which has led many analysts to believe Fiat’s stock is undervalued and is a good investment opportunity. In fact, Morgan Stanley (NYSE: MS) reports the stock could increase by 30% in the near term. As of February 2016, the company makes up 38.5% of Pabrai’s portfolio.
Alphabet Inc. (NYSE: GOOG), formerly Google, is the well-known tech giant that made its mark in the Internet search space before expanding into multiple technological verticals. Google Maps, YouTube, Google Fiber, self-driving cars and Google Glass are just a few of the company’s past and present projects. However, its stock has been volatile through the first quarter of 2016, and U.S. News reports the fragmentation brought on by multiple business units may be hurting the company.
Others believe the stock price declined in 2016 due to the macro-environment. Additionally, the company’s restructure from Google to Alphabet should help consolidate much of its business, and it is still one of the best-performing blue-chip stocks in the market. Alphabet makes up 13.9% of Pabrai’s portfolio.
Ferrari N.V. (NYSE: RACE) is a well-known auto company that went public after Fiat Chrysler Auto decided to spin off its 80% stake in the company to its shareholders. Fiat Chrysler Auto equity holders received one share of Ferrari for every 10 shares of Fiat Chrysler owned. Ferrari trades at a very high price-to-earnings multiple and only produces 7,000 cars a year, making it a somewhat risky investment.
Ferrari may prove to be a great stock, but unlike Fiat Chrysler, it is not a value investment. The company plans to expand production to 9,000 cars per year, and its current shareholders may wish to hold the stock to see what the future holds. The company’s stock makes up 12.4% of Pabrai’s portfolio.
Horsehead Holding Corp.
Horsehead Holding Corp. (NASDAQ: ZINC) is the largest zinc producer in the United States. The company operates as an integrated producer of zinc, zinc oxide and zinc powder from various recycled sources. These sources are comprised of furnace dust, batteries, nickel waste and other materials. The company operates as the parent company to multiple subsidiaries. The overall company makes up 3.4% of Pabrai’s portfolio.
Berkshire Hathaway Inc.
Berkshire Hathaway Inc. (NYSE: BRK-B) is the investment company of legendary investor Warren Buffett. It acts as a high-powered holding company and gives its investors pieces of blue-chip stocks such as Wells Fargo & Company (NYSE: WFC), the Coca-Cola Company (NYSE: KO), International Business Machines Corp. (NYSE: IBM) and American Express Company (NYSE: AXP). It is no surprise that Pabrai holds a large stake in Buffett’s stock, as Buffett is one of Pabrai’s mentors. The stock makes up 3% of Pabrai’s portfolio.
Berkshire is always a high performer, and Barron’s reports the company is up roughly 14% over the past two years. The 80 subsidiaries the company owns provide a well-diversified business that yields long-term growth.
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