Mohnish Pabrai is the founder and manager of the Pabrai Investment Fund. The Pabrai Investment fund is a hedge fund that invests in value-oriented stocks. The fund charges no management fee unless it gains at least 6 percent in a calendar year. Once the fund hits the 6-percent threshold, the fund charges a 25-percent incentive fee on profits. You can invest in the Prabrai Investment Fund by meeting the minimum net worth requirement of $5,000,000 and investing at least the minimum required investment of $2,500,000.
Contact the Pabrai Investment Fund at 949-453-0609 or email the fund at email@example.com. Request a prospectus and an application to invest in the fund.
Carefully review the prospectus. The prospectus lays out the fund's investment strategy, lists information about the returns from previous years and lists projections of future earnings. Past performance is not a guarantee of future returns.
Complete the application with information about your investing experience and net worth. List om the application all liquid and non-liquid assets currently held. Also list the amount of money you want to invest in the fund. As of February 2010, the minimum net worth requirement is $5,000,000 and the minimum initial cash investment is $2,500,000. Mail the completed application to the address listed on the application.
Schedule an appointment with a fund representative. After the fund receives the application, a representative from the fund will contact you to schedule an appointment either over the phone or in person. During the appointment, the representative will go over information from the prospectus and answer any questions you may have.
Wire funds to invest in the Pabrai Investment Funds. Once your application is approved, the fund will give you wiring instructions for your initial investment.
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