Acknowledgments. 1. Patel Motel Dhandho. 2. Manilal Dhandho. 3. Virgin Dhandho. 4. Mittal Dhandho. 5. The Dhandho Framework. 6. Dhandho 101: Invest in Existing Businesses. 7. Dhandho 102: Invest in Simple Businesses. 8. Dhandho 201: Invest in Distressed Businesses in Distressed Industries. 9. Dhandho 202: Invest in Businesses with Durable Moats. 10. Dhandho 301: Few Bets, Big Bets, Infrequent Bets. 11. Dhandho 302: Fixate on Arbitrage. 12. Dhandho 401: Margin of Safety?Always! 13. Dhandho 402: Invest in Low-Risk, High-Uncertainty Businesses. 14. Dhandho 403: Invest in the Copycats rather than the Innovators. 15. Abhimanyu?s Dilemma?The Art of Selling. 16. To Index or Not to Index?That Is the Question. 17. Arjuna?s Focus: Investing Lessons from a Great Warrior. Notes. Index.
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