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it was amazing
A very helpful book for those who want to gain some basic knowledge about how stocks work in the financial market and how to select the best portfolio of securities. Lynch shared his experiences and told us how he felt or how he dealt with losses and success when investing. I personally liked this book and he made these seemingly difficult concepts so much easier!
While this is a good read, it’s specific to Peter Lynch’s personal investing style and dated enough that it’s not entirely applicable anymore, so it is better read as a history or biography of Lynch’s investing style than a guide on how to make personal investment decisions today. There’s a forward written in 2000 in which Lynch provides one update to his material, but there should have been many more (such as noting what kinds of company information is no longer allowed to be provided only to i
1) When you buy stock, you are purchasing part ownership in a company and your investing decisions should be made with a focus solely on the value of the company and its business, and not on the movement or price of its stock.
2) That said, you should only buy stock when the price is supported by the value of the company behind it.
3) (Lynch’s personal touch) The everyday experiences you have with a company should inform your investing decisions. When you like a company’s products and everyone else seems to also, that company makes a good target for investigation for *possible* investment.. AFTER you have verified the value of the underlying business. Conversely, if a business that seems to be doing great but you don’t like its products or services and many others agree with you, maybe you should avoid it — the business may be about to tank.
I still remember reading a blurb from this book in a magazine when I was 12, about how Lynch should have invested in Hanes when his wife came home from the grocery store having bought the new L’Eggs hose because the quality of the product was good and the delivery mechanism (a grocery store) was way better than the traditional department store. I’ve always wondered where that blurb came from, and now I’ve finally read it from the source. That’s one more childhood memory reconciled with the larger world!
well, hello! do you like my suit? i like yours! where’d you get it?! well, today i am dressed up like a business man because we are going to be reviewing a real business man’s book! yep, you guessed it, you wily little bitch, that business man is the great peter lynch, not to be confused with the act of lynching which was a form of extreme racism that took place throughout the south during the early years of the civil rights movement! lol! ok let’s go!