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

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Penguin Books, 1990 - Business & Economics - 318 pages
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In easy-to-follow terminology, Lynch offers directions for sorting out the long shots from the no shots by spending just a few minutes with a company's financial statements. His advice for producing "tenbaggers" can turn a stock portfolio into a star performer!

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I liked this book for it's quality advice. - Goodreads
The best introduction to the stock market there is. - Goodreads
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Great read and reference guide. - Goodreads
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This is one of my favorite financial advice books ever. - Goodreads

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Having read several other books on investing in stocks, many had paid tribute to this classic by listing it on their references, with some even bordering on the edge of plagiarism. As such, it had led ... Read full review

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investment clasics. Very useful. Read full review

Contents

A Note from Ireland
9
PREPARING TO INVEST
25
The Wall Street Oxymorons
39
Copyright

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About the author (1990)

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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