Tips by Peter Lynch

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I don't believe in predicting markets. I believe in buying great companies - especially companies that are undervalued, and/or under-appreciated.
The stocks I try to buy are the very stocks that traditional fund managers try to overlook. In other words, I continue to think like an amateur as...
Rule #1, in my book, is: Stop listening to professionals. 20 years in this business convinces me that any normal person using the customary 3 percent...
It's important to be able to make decisions without complete or perfect information. Things are almost never clear on Wall Street, or when they are,...
It is personal preparation, as much as knowledge and research, that distinguishes the successful stockpicker from the chronic loser.
A share of stock is not a lottery ticket. It's part ownership of a business.
Tags: investing, humor
Between the chance of making an unusually large profit on an unknown company and the assurance of losing only a small amount on an established...
You can see the importance of earnings on any chart that has an earnings line running alongside the stock price. On chart after chart the two lines...
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Everyone has the brainpower to follow the stock market. If you made it through fifth-grade math, you can do it.
What makes stocks valuable in the long run isn't the market. It's the profitability of the shares in the companies you own. As corporate profits...
Tags: earnings
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