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1 Welcome! Value Investment opportunity

2 Highest Return Scenario Temporary bargain price + Fixable Error + Solid Fundamental value + Able Management = Highest return

3 High Return Opportunities – AMEX & GEICO  1960 American Express Salad Oil crises, AMEX shares dropped $65/share to $35/share. Warren Buffett partnership invested $13 Million (40% of his partnership fund). In 2 years, Price tripled and partnership earned $20 Million profit.  GEICO (1976) – Stock dropped from $61/share to $2/share. Over next 5 years until 198, Berkshire invested $45.7 Million – Berkshire owned 51% of the company and agreed to pay $2.3 Billion for 49% of the company, paid close to $70/share Compound Annual return for 20 years = 19.45% for 20 years.

4 Recent High Return Opportunities – GS,BAC and CITI Citigroup (08 to 09) - $30 to $0.97/share, March 09 touched $0.97/share, bounced back to $5.23 on August % return in 5 months  Goldman Sachs(Jan08-09)- From $195/share to $59/share in Nov 08. Then Bounced back to $165/share in Dec % return in one year  Bank of America (Jan 08-09) – From $40/share to $2.53(Mar 09), Bounced back to $15.28(Dec 09). That is 600% return in 9 months

5 Warren Buffett - Pessimism  The most common cause of low prices is pessimism - some times pervasive, some times specific to a company or industry. We want to do business in such an environment, not because we like pessimism but because we like the prices it produces. It's optimism that is the enemy of the rational buyer -Warren Buffett  The future is never clear, and you pay a very high price in the stock market for a cheery consensus. Uncertainty is the friend of the buyer of long-term values - Warren Buffett  Price is what you pay. Value is what you get - Warren Buffett

6 TEREX Corporation – Present opportunity Terex Corporation operates as a diversified global manufacturer. The company operates in four business segments: Terex Aerial Work Platforms, Terex Construction, Terex Cranes, and Terex Materials Processing & Mining. Terex Aerial Work Platforms segment offers material lifts, portable aerial work platforms, trailer- mounted articulating booms, self-propelled articulating and telescopic booms, scissor lifts, telehandlers, construction trailers, trailer-mounted light towers, power buggies, portable generators, and related components and replacement parts

7 Temporary Bargain Price -Terex Corporation( )  TEX trading around $74/share in October 2007,  2007 yearly revenue : $9.1 Billion, Net income : $613 Million  2007 Diluted shares = million shares  Market cap in October 2007 = $7.76 Billion.  2007 EPS = $5.85/share  P/E trading ranges 9 and 17, stock trading $56 to $65/share  Recession started in 2008, revenue started coming down, financial crisis happened,  Price came down, lowest point reached February 2009 $8.92/share  Kendall Law Group filed lawsuit for possible securities violations related to public statements made Dec 31 st, 2009 price : $19.81/share

8 Fixable Error  Terex lower revenue because of Industry down turn started in 2008 and continue in  Terex started managing the business for cash conversion in 2009  2009 Long term Debt $1.9 Billion  Over $1.5 Billion Liquidity and no near term debt maturities until 2012  Improved prospects for 2010  Networking capital reduction $199 Million  Cash from inventory reduction $497 Million YTD  Current administration infrastructure spent and Emerging market demand

9 Solid Fundamental Value  2009 last 3 Quarters revenue : $3.82 Billion compared to $7.7 Billion in 2008  2004 to 2008 EPS growth = 16.5%  Retained earnings are great. Each dollar retained created $2.48/share from 2004 to 2008  2004 to 2008, Average ROE = 22.58%  Owner income increased 12.41% from 2004 to 2007

10 Solid Fundamental value- Intrinsic value  Owner income increased 12.41% from 2004 to  Company in the cost conservation strategy to survive the recession, After the recession, probably next year revenue will start grow.  Calculating conservative owner income increases, 5% for next two years and 4% for another three years. Discount rate : 20% Calculated intrinsic value = $45/share 12/24/09 trading price = $21.24/share Which is 52.8% discount to intrinsic value.

11 Able Management - Divestiture of Mining Business  Divestiture of mining business to Bucyrus international for $1.3 Billion cash.  Through , mining has accounted for 12% and 14% of consolidated net sales and operating profit respectively Net sales with Mining = $9.9 Billion 2008 Net sales without mining = $8.4 Billion Company planning to concentrate on machinery and industrial production. Ron DeFeo, Chairman and CEO Company projecting to earn EPS = $8.5/share in 2013 that is double the business in 2013 Use of proceeds to pay down debt. 14% of the profit = $1.3 B cash offer 100% of the company should be valued at $9.2 Billion. 12/24/09 market cap = $2.3 B, which is 75% discount to intrinsic value.

12 Terex return projection – Owner earnings  2013 projected Cash flow $694 Million as per the owner earnings projection, that is around $6/share.  This stock historically traded between 9 and 17 ratio. Dec 31 st,2009 TEX price : $19.81  Lowest P/E calculation - $54/share, Compound annual return = 28.4%  High P/E Calculation = $102/share Compound annual return = 50.63%

13 Long term Approach –Southwestern Energy  Invest in Business and behave like Private Business owner. Long term holdings will yield great results over time.  As per the new Wall street jargon, Buy and hold strategy is dead. Present portfolio managers, turn their portfolios 200 to 300% normally.  Last Decade example – South western Energy company(2000 to 2010) Dec 31 st, $0.80/share, Dec 31 st,2009- $48.20/share Total return – 6025%, Compound Return – 50.65%

14 Long term Approach – Amazon, Priceline  Amazon May $1.50/share, Dec 31 st,2009- $134.52/share Total return –8968%, Compound Return – 45.25%  Priceline Dec 29, $7.88/share, Dec 31 st,2009- $218.41/share Total return – 2771%, Compound Return – 44.64%  Above stocks are purchased, when temporary bargain price and kept long term. These stocks are not present day recommendations. Do your own research.

15 Investment Framework  Invest in Business, Behave like owners.  Invest in circle of competence business, needs to know analyze the business as business owner.  Invest in simple and high return on Equity type business.  Look for temporary down turn, depressed prices in great business.  Invest in Moat based business.  Invest in great management team  Look for low debt business.  Never use leverage  Invest for long term  Entry price should have minimum 25% discount to intrinsic value(Margin of safety)  Maintain concentrated portfolio, not more than 20 to 25 names

16 Thank You Jeeva Ramaswamy GJ Investment Funds I LP, 4 Walter E Foran Blvd, Suite 206 Flemington, NJ Ph: Ext 225 Mobile: Fax: We have experienced loss in the past. Do your own research


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