One Up on Wall Street: How to Use What You Already Know to Make Money in the Market

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Running Press Book Publishers, 2001 - Business & Economics - 128 pages
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Peter Lynch's acclaimed New York Times bestseller, with more than one million copies sold, is now a handy, useful Running Press Miniature Edition™! Readers will learn what stocks to avoid, how to decipher Wall Street jargon, how to design a perfect portfolio, and countless other ways to succeed in business and finance. Packed with insightfrul excerpts from essays in the original One Up on Wall Street, as well as original photographs, this little book is full of big insights from big business.

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One Up On Wall Street by John Rothchild was a great read about how to improve and increase your knowledge when it comes to the stock market and investment everywhere. It tells about where to how to ... Read full review

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The book captures the fundamentals and gives us a list of TO DO and what NOT TO DO in a Stock Market What i like is author admitting that he himself made a lot of mistakes but he tried to stick to his ... Read full review

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Peter Lynch is the vice-chairman of Fidelity Management and Research. Lynch wrote "One Up on Wall Street," "Beating the Street," and "Learning to Earn," all of which are guides to investing, tracking, and reading the stock market.

JOHN ROTHCHILD wrote, with Peter Lynch, the blockbusters One Up on Wall Street, Beating the Street, and Learn to Earn. Rothchild is the sole author of The Bear Book, A Fool and His Money, and Going for Broke. A former editor of the Washington Monthly and Fortune magazine, Rothchild has written for Harper's, Rolling Stone, Esquire, and other magazines. He has appeared on the Today show, the Nightly Business Report, and CNBC.

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