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Skip to main content. Log In Sign Up. Agra Sena. How To Use What You Already Know To Make Money In The Market By Peter Lynch More than one million copies have been sold of this seminal book on investing in which legendary mutual-fund manager Peter Lynch explains the advantages that average investors have over professionals and how they can use these advantages to achieve financial success. According to Lynch, investment opportunities are everywhere. From the supermarket to the workplace, we encounter products and services all day long. By paying attention to the best ones, we can find companies in which to invest before the professional analysts discover them.

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Learn how to evaluate companies from an ownership perspective. Plus, learn common pitfalls of investing. Plus, Mr. Lynch's anecdotes and observations will keep you chuckling. Obviously written by a person "who has been there and done it" in spades.

Perhaps some examples are a little dates. Perhaps if Mr. Lynch could launch an updated book with more recent examples and observations please, please? Great book! Beneficial read for all investors. By Zach Peter Lynch does such a great job explaining how you do not have to work on Wall Street to be successful in the stock market. Lynch also believed there is a lot of noise with investing, and people put too much effort in the wrong areas.

He did not like the most popular or pretty stocks, instead he liked good, boring companies that will consistently produce cash flow and grow immensely in the long term.

I liked hearing how Peter Lynch takes everyday undervalued companies that are commonly used, not just talked about, and studies to see how fundamentally sound they are to invest in. Lynch does not believe in getting caught up in daily stock prices, he sought after undervalued companies that are consistently growing for years.

His amazing track record speaks for itself as he outperformed all other fund managers consistently for over two decades. Peter Lynch offers a lot of very beneficial investing advice in this book and it will be very educational for anybody wanting to get involved in the stock market. I really enjoyed reading One Up on Wall Street and recommend it to all investors.

He gives useful and intelligent tips, he's humble, he tells funny jokes, he's able to say things that follow the Aristotelian logic. I must admit it.

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After reading Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity, I promised to myself that I would never ever again read a book with a standing suited author in the cover. Despite the trauma, I decided to make an exception for Mr. Lynch, as this little book is wildly praised among the investment community. Common sense approach to investing is being observant. May be there lies a potential opportunity for investment.

Financial experts are different from experts in Engineering and or Medical fields. By putting stocks into categories, one would have better idea of what to expect from them. Always write the thesis for buying a business Just a para covering rational behind decision. Hold as long as thesis is in play, irrespective of highs or lows of the market. Big companies have small moves and small companies have big moves. Hottest stocks in the hottest industries are better avoided.

Probably, they are too expensive deals. Book value in Balance Sheet could be quite deceptive — Debt is real number and assets may be worth less than the amount they appear for in balance sheet. It takes years, not months, to produce big results. Distrust diversifications, which usually turn out to be diworseification. Lynch advises to suspend some of the following common thoughts from the mind: