Peter Lynch

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  1. Is it possible to beat the market?

    "Beating the market" means trying to earn an investment return greater than that of the S&P 500 index, one of the most ...
  2. Where did the term "tenbagger" originate?

    On February 15, 1989, Peter Lynch's investing book, "One Up On Wall Street", made its debut. At the core of the book was ...
  1. 10 Tips For The Successful Long-Term Investor

    These guiding principles will help you avoid common folly during the decision-making ...
  2. World's Greatest Investors

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  4. How To Make Your First $1 Million

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