One Up On Wall Street: How To Use What You Already Know To Make Money In The Market

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Running Press, Apr 9, 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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User Review  - browner56 - LibraryThing

For all of the financial capital under their control, it has always amazed me how anonymous most portfolio managers are. Money management companies (e.g., Fidelity, Putnam, Vanguard) are well-known ... Read full review

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User Review  - ZoharLaor - LibraryThing

This is a short book, but long on advice even, and especially, after the financial meltdown. It took me about 40 - 45 minutes to go through the book, but I'll read it again tomorrow and maybe again ... 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.

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