At fourteen, Maya was the first female investor invited to speak to the Google Investment group. Maya now is a newly minted fifteen-year-old who loves a good profit margin, hard math problems, and to share her experience as part owner of a large range of companies. She spent her summer consulting with a team of seasoned investors at the Motley Fool on their Fools in Schools initiative. With her unique lens and qualified voice, her blog, Compounding Snowballs, has peaked the interest of investors worldwide.
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As the daughter of Mohnish Pabrai, investing runs in the family. However, growing up, her parents were just “mom and dad” to her. Monsoon describes her parents holding her to incredibly high standards and being heavily involved in her education. Investing the Templeton Way with Lauren Templeton is a podcast that explores the world’s most intriguing investment topics from the overseas markets to mastering our own minds. Gather investment wisdom and educate yourself as you listen to interviews with exclusive managers, executives, and entrepreneurs on a wide range of engaging topics.
At year-end 2020, the company’s 20-year compound annual growth rate for book value was 11%. But Buffett is not the only investor who has benefited tremendously from adopting Graham’s approach to investing. Below are five value investors that aren’t very well-known, despite having an impeccable track record for beating the market year after year. Full BioSuzanne is a content marketer, writer, and fact-checker. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Finance degree from Bridgewater State University and helps develop content strategies for financial brands.
Warren Cassell Jr. started his first business at the age of eight. Monsoon forgot about her shares in Mastercard until she was interested in joining clubs at UC Berkeley. When she found an investment club she wanted to join, she pitched Mastercard to the club’s interview panel—and she was in! “I told them I picked Mastercard, and that they had close to 100 percent gross profits on new users, really no cost to add users.
The fund has no management fee, a high water mark, and only charges a performance allocation on profits that exceed a 6% compounding hurdle. We view Drew Investments as a vehicle that allows us to compound our own personal capital, and Monsoon Pabrai is invested right alongside Drew investors. Monsoon Pabrai has the distinction of being the second female and youngest guest I have had on the podcast. Monsoon brings a unique perspective on investing from having grown up in the industry, and she joins us to share how she is making her own way and the impact her father has had on her investing style. Monsoon is the Managing Partner and Portfolio Manager of Drew Investment Management, plus you may recognize her as the daughter of past podcast guest and investor Mohnish Pabrai.
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The latest quarter tends to have missing data since not all companies may have reported their shareholding data till now. Pabrai worked with Tellabs between 1986–91, first in its high speed data networking group, and then in 1989, joined its international subsidiary, working in international marketing and sales. Her best advice to young investors in college is to use every school break to work an internship and build a strong resume. At the advice of her dad, Monsoon met with an industrial psychologist in her early 20s. He helped her figure out the right working situation for her, which was one where she was a leader.
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