The Dhandho Framework

  • Invest in existing businesses.
  • Invest in simple businesses.
  • Invest in distressed businesses in distressed industries.
  • Invest in businesses with durable moats.
  • Few bets, big bets, and infrequent bets.
  • Fixate on arbitrage.
  • Margin of safety—always.
  • Invest in low-risk, high-uncertainty businesses.
  • Invest in the copycats rather than the innovators.

Based on the book "The Dhandho Investor" by Mohnish Pabrai

Darling Homes Review

When deciding to buy a home from Darling Homes, you probably did what I had done; to search for a review for Darling Homes. I was surprised that I did not find a single review about Darling Homes whether positive or negative. So I have decided to write one based on my experience. Hopefully, you will find it interesting and useful.

Before signing the contract:

Review -

I recently ordered bank checks from & Verdict: NOT RECOMMENDED.

The price was almost the same compared with its competitors, so I decided to take a chance with I ordered 4 boxes of duplicate checks from the classics series and paid $43 including shipping.

However, when I received the checks that each box had only 4 booklets, each containing 25 checks (i.e. 100 checks per box). Furthermore, the check printing is not of good quality and the checks appear shifted towards left edge.