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Editorial Reviews. From Publishers Weekly. Until retiring in , Lynch (One Up on Wall Beating the Street - Kindle edition by Peter Lynch, John Rothchild. As of today we have 78,, eBooks for you to download for free. No annoying ads, no book will show you how. In Beating the Street, Lynch for the first. Legendary money manager Peter Lynch explains his own strategies for investing and offers advice for how to pick stocks and mutual funds to assemble a.
Wouldn't you write again to try and repeat the success? I think this is what happened to Mr.
He wrote "One Up On Wall Street", which is an excellent book indeed I published a few weeks ago a review of this book, where I explain why I warmly recommend it and he sold over one million copies of it. Problem is, "One Up" is a masterpiece: it explains very well Mr.
Lynch's proven investing philosophy and methods. If so, what else to publish in a later book? While "One Up" is a book that explains and recommends strategies, i.
Remember, this book has been published in I believe it is easy to understand that, after so many years, the then cheaply valued companies recommended by Mr.
Lynch may be fairly valued, overvalued, no longer in business, or taken private by now. Magellan The Later Years.
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And the place to start, he says, is your own back yard. What he means is that if you look around you, notice what you use and like and what other people seem to use and like, you may have found a good company to invest in.
He also likes companies that serve a niche market and are growing. Of course, the numbers are important. You want a company whose revenues and profits are growing. You want a company that has low to no debt.
You want a company that has been doing well on the stock market even though it has not been noticed by the big guys. Of course he goes into a lot more detail than I can cover here, but he gives an example of what he means in Beating the Street. A seventh grade social studies class at St.
Agnes School in Arlington, Massachusetts used his methods and their own research to develop a fourteen stock portfolio in