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Ten billion dollar lesson

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Ten billion dollar lesson

Letter no. 129

Ever wondered how well we truly grasp the companies we invest in? In today’s ET article, we look at Amgen, a US biotech giant that soared to success with one blockbuster drug, only to hit flatline for over a decade! How Amgen discovered that drug is even more intriguing. With limited corporate insights and an unpredictable future, managing a margin of safety is paramount. Join us today as we explore the repercussions of disregarding this principle – both theoretically, through DCF model and practically, through the events of 2008.

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