Peter Lynch Books

Peter Lynch Books

Peter Lynch is one of the most famous investors in history. Lynch had a career at Fidelity which produced some of the best returns ever. Fortunately, Peter Lynch wrote a bunch of excellent books to guide investors. Unfortunately, through are research we were unable to find any books specifically recommended by Mr. Lynch. Even with the forward for the Shelby Davis book it is unclear if it is the same Lynch as the famous money manager. If you have any others please send us [email protected] Finally, we are part of the Amazon associates program if you buy any books through these links we earn a small fee but it costs you nothing extra is anonymous and helps us fund our operations.

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One Up on Wall Street Peter Lynch 1989
Beating the Street Peter Lynch 1993
Learn to Earn Peter Lynch 1995
Learn to Earn: A Beginner's Guide to the Basics of Investing Peter Lynch 1996
The Davis Dynasty: Fifty Years of Successful Investing on Wall Street Margaret Jane Radin & Peter Lynch 2001

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Gates Capital Management's ECF Value Funds have a fantastic track record. The funds (full-name Excess Cash Flow Value Funds), which invest in an event-driven equity and credit strategy, have produced a 12.6% annualised return over the past 26 years. The funds added 7.7% overall in the second half of 2022, outperforming the 3.4% return for Read More

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