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Beating the Street: How to Use What You Already Know to Make Money in the Market [Gekürzte Ausgabe, Audiobook] [Hörkassette] von Peter Lynch (Autor) - Peter Lynch John Rothchild
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Beating the Street: How to Use What You Already Know to Make Money in the Market [Gekürzte Ausgabe, Audiobook] [Hörkassette] von Peter Lynch (Autor) - used book

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Auflage: Abridged (1. April 1993) 18,8 x 11,4 x 2 cm Unbekannter Einband Until retiring in 1990, Lynch ( One Up on Wall Street ) was manager of the spectacularly successful Fidelity Magellan Fund. Here he recalls with self-deprecating humor and disarming candor how he went about choosing winning stocks (and missing a few) for the $12 billion fund, which, during one five-year period in the 1980s, earned investors a 300% return. Lynch strongly favors stocks over other investment vehicles but insists that ""investigative"" research into a corporation`s prospects, including credit checks and visits to the firm`s installations, is essential. ""Focus on companies, not the stocks,"" he stresses, adding that on this basis limited partnerships, banks and even S & Ls can be sound investments. Lynch`s reputation and business writer Rothchild`s deft touch should yield big sales for this inside story. Major ad/promo; first serial to Money magazine; BOMC and Fortune Book Club alternates; author tour. Lynch is the master stock picker who led Magellan (until May 1990) to its position as America`s biggest mutual fund. In One Up on Wall Street (Simon & Schuster, 1989), also written with Rothchild, he described his winning methods. Here, he provides a few more elaborations and 21 ""Peter`s principles."" Some are overly clever, e.g., being first in line is a great idea except on the edge of a cliff. Lynch takes three chapters to explain how he ""done it good"" at Magellan. One valuable chapter details methods for picking a mutual fund from the thousands available, but most of the book is devoted to demonstrating his research into picking the 21 stocks he recommended in the January 1992 Barron`s roundtable. Still, since the average investor will not get to talk to the CEO or visit the company in person, maybe we should all just buy Lynch`s recommendations each year. A tossup. My profession is writing, but my business is investing. With over 50 years of experience in the stock market and having made millions, I think I know what`s up. Not only is this book definitive on stock picking, it is also fun and easy to read and the author`s humanity comes right through. And the core message that you can do better than the fund managers (for a variety of reasons) is, from my own experience, true. Try Lynch`s systemWhat worked for him, might work for you. Oh yes, by the way, this book is mainly a repeat and better version of his previous work and represents a more masterful and confident telling of the ways to beat the street. Der Börse einen Schritt voraus. Wie auch Sie mit Aktien verdienen können Peter Lynch John Rothchild Aktien Börse Fonds Zertifikate Futures Optionen Spreads Anleihen Jake Bernstein Seasonality Saisonalitäten Börse Wall Street Commodities Rohstoffe Aktien D Until retiring in 1990, Lynch ( One Up on Wall Street ) was manager of the spectacularly successful Fidelity Magellan Fund. Here he recalls with self-deprecating humor and disarming candor how he went about choosing winning stocks (and missing a few) for the $12 billion fund, which, during one five-year period in the 1980s, earned investors a 300% return. Lynch strongly favors stocks over other investment vehicles but insists that ""investigative"" research into a corporation`s prospects, including credit checks and visits to the firm`s installations, is essential. ""Focus on companies, not the stocks,"" he stresses, adding that on this basis limited partnerships, banks and even S & Ls can be sound investments. Lynch`s reputation and business writer Rothchild`s deft touch should yield big sales for this inside story. Major ad/promo; first serial to Money magazine; BOMC and Fortune Book Club alternates; author tour. Lynch is the master stock picker who led Magellan (until May 1990) to its position as America`s biggest mutual fund. In One Up on Wall Street (Simon & Schuster, 1989), also written with Rothchild, he described his winning methods. Here, he provides a few more elaborations and 21 ""Peter`s principles."" Some are overly clever, e.g., being first in line is a great idea except on the edge of a cliff. Lynch takes three chapters to explain how he ""done it good"" at Magellan. One valuable chapter details methods for picking a mutual fund from the thousands available, but most of the book is devoted to demonstrating his research into picking the 21 stocks he recommended in the January 1992 Barron`s roundtable. Still, since the average investor will not get to talk to the CEO or visit the company in person, maybe we should all just buy Lynch`s recommendations each year. A tossup. My profession is writing, but my business is investing. With over 50 years of experience in the stock market and having made millions, I think I know what`s up. Not only is this book definitive on stock picking, it is also fun and easy to read and the author`s humanity comes right through. And the core message that you can do better than the fund managers (for a variety of reasons) is, from my own experience, true. Try Lynch`s systemWhat worked for him, might work for you. Oh yes, by the way, this book is mainly a repeat and better version of his previous work and represents a more masterful and confident telling of the ways to beat the street. Der Börse einen Schritt voraus. 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Auflage: Abridged (1. April 1993) 18,8 x 11,4 x 2 cm Until retiring in 1990, Lynch ( One Up on Wall Street ) was manager of the spectacularly successful Fidelity Magellan Fund. Here he recalls with self-deprecating humor and disarming candor how he went about choosing winning stocks (and missing a few) for the $12 billion fund, which, during one five-year period in the 1980s, earned investors a 300% return. Lynch strongly favors stocks over other investment vehicles but insists that ""investigative"" research into a corporation`s prospects, including credit checks and visits to the firm`s installations, is essential. ""Focus on companies, not the stocks,"" he stresses, adding that on this basis limited partnerships, banks and even S & Ls can be sound investments. Lynch`s reputation and business writer Rothchild`s deft touch should yield big sales for this inside story. Major ad/promo; first serial to Money magazine; BOMC and Fortune Book Club alternates; author tour. Lynch is the master stock picker who led Magellan (until May 1990) to its position as America`s biggest mutual fund. In One Up on Wall Street (Simon & Schuster, 1989), also written with Rothchild, he described his winning methods. Here, he provides a few more elaborations and 21 ""Peter`s principles."" Some are overly clever, e.g., being first in line is a great idea except on the edge of a cliff. Lynch takes three chapters to explain how he ""done it good"" at Magellan. One valuable chapter details methods for picking a mutual fund from the thousands available, but most of the book is devoted to demonstrating his research into picking the 21 stocks he recommended in the January 1992 Barron`s roundtable. Still, since the average investor will not get to talk to the CEO or visit the company in person, maybe we should all just buy Lynch`s recommendations each year. A tossup. My profession is writing, but my business is investing. With over 50 years of experience in the stock market and having made millions, I think I know what`s up. Not only is this book definitive on stock picking, it is also fun and easy to read and the author`s humanity comes right through. And the core message that you can do better than the fund managers (for a variety of reasons) is, from my own experience, true. Try Lynch`s systemWhat worked for him, might work for you. Oh yes, by the way, this book is mainly a repeat and better version of his previous work and represents a more masterful and confident telling of the ways to beat the street. Der Börse einen Schritt voraus. Wie auch Sie mit Aktien verdienen können Peter Lynch John Rothchild Aktien Börse Fonds Zertifikate Futures Optionen Spreads Anleihen Jake Bernstein Seasonality Saisonalitäten Börse Wall Street Commodities Rohstoffe Aktien D Versand D: 6,95 EUR Until retiring in 1990, Lynch ( One Up on Wall Street ) was manager of the spectacularly successful Fidelity Magellan Fund. Here he recalls with self-deprecating humor and disarming candor how he went about choosing winning stocks (and missing a few) for the $12 billion fund, which, during one five-year period in the 1980s, earned investors a 300% return. Lynch strongly favors stocks over other investment vehicles but insists that ""investigative"" research into a corporation`s prospects, including credit checks and visits to the firm`s installations, is essential. ""Focus on companies, not the stocks,"" he stresses, adding that on this basis limited partnerships, banks and even S & Ls can be sound investments. Lynch`s reputation and business writer Rothchild`s deft touch should yield big sales for this inside story. Major ad/promo; first serial to Money magazine; BOMC and Fortune Book Club alternates; author tour. Lynch is the master stock picker who led Magellan (until May 1990) to its position as America`s biggest mutual fund. In One Up on Wall Street (Simon & Schuster, 1989), also written with Rothchild, he described his winning methods. Here, he provides a few more elaborations and 21 ""Peter`s principles."" Some are overly clever, e.g., being first in line is a great idea except on the edge of a cliff. Lynch takes three chapters to explain how he ""done it good"" at Magellan. One valuable chapter details methods for picking a mutual fund from the thousands available, but most of the book is devoted to demonstrating his research into picking the 21 stocks he recommended in the January 1992 Barron`s roundtable. Still, since the average investor will not get to talk to the CEO or visit the company in person, maybe we should all just buy Lynch`s recommendations each year. A tossup. My profession is writing, but my business is investing. With over 50 years of experience in the stock market and having made millions, I think I know what`s up. Not only is this book definitive on stock picking, it is also fun and easy to read and the author`s humanity comes right through. And the core message that you can do better than the fund managers (for a variety of reasons) is, from my own experience, true. Try Lynch`s systemWhat worked for him, might work for you. Oh yes, by the way, this book is mainly a repeat and better version of his previous work and represents a more masterful and confident telling of the ways to beat the street. Der Börse einen Schritt voraus. Wie auch Sie mit Aktien verdienen können Peter Lynch John Rothchild Aktien Börse Fonds Zertifikate Futures Optionen Spreads Anleihen Jake Bernstein Seasonality Saisonalitäten Börse Wall Street Commodities Rohstoffe Aktien D, [PU:Sound Ideas]

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[EAN: 9780671864989], Gebraucht, sehr guter Zustand, [SC: 6.95], [PU: Sound Ideas Auflage: Abridged (1. April 1993)], UNTIL RETIRING IN 1990, LYNCH ( ONE UP ON WALL STREET ) WAS MANAGER OF THE SPECTACULARLY SUCCESSFUL FIDELITY MAGELLAN FUND. HERE HE RECALLS WITH SELF-DEPRECATING HUMOR AND DISARMING CANDOR HOW WENT ABOUT CHOOSING WINNING STOCKS (AND MISSING A FEW) FOR $12 BILLION FUND, WHICH, DURING FIVE-YEAR PERIOD 1980S, EARNED INVESTORS 300% RETURN. STRONGLY FAVORS OVER OTHER INVESTMENT VEHICLES BUT INSISTS THAT "INVESTIGATIVE" RESEARCH INTO CORPORATION'S PROSPECTS, INCLUDING CREDIT CHECKS VISITS TO FIRM'S INSTALLATIONS, IS ESSENTIAL. "FOCUS COMPANIES, NOT STOCKS," STRESSES, ADDING THIS BASIS LIMITED PARTNERSHIPS, BANKS EVEN S & LS CAN BE SOUND INVESTMENTS. LYNCH'S REPUTATION BUSINESS WRITER ROTHCHILD'S DEFT TOUCH SHOULD YIELD BIG SALES INSIDE STORY. MAJOR AD/PROMO; FIRST SERIAL MONEY MAGAZINE; BOMC FORTUNE BOOK CLUB ALTERNATES; AUTHOR TOUR. MASTER STOCK PICKER WHO LED (UNTIL MAY 1990) ITS POSITION AS AMERICA'S BIGGEST MUTUAL (SIMON SCHUSTER, 1989), ALSO WRITTEN ROTHCHILD, DESCRIBED HIS METHODS. HERE, PROVIDES FEW MORE ELABORATIONS 21 "PETER'S PRINCIPLES." SOME ARE OVERLY CLEVER, E.G., BEING LINE GREAT IDEA EXCEPT EDGE CLIFF. TAKES THREE CHAPTERS EXPLAIN "DONE IT GOOD" AT MAGELLAN. VALUABLE CHAPTER DETAILS METHODS PICKING FUND FROM THOUSANDS AVAILABLE, MOST DEVOTED DEMONSTRATING RECOMMENDED JANUARY 1992 BARRON'S ROUNDTABLE. STILL, SINCE AVERAGE INVESTOR WILL GET TALK CEO OR VISIT COMPANY PERSON, MAYBE WE ALL JUST BUY RECOMMENDATIONS EACH YEAR. TOSSUP. MY PROFESSION WRITING, INVESTING. 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE MARKET HAVING MADE MILLIONS, I THINK KNOW WHAT'S UP. ONLY DEFINITIVE PICKING, FUN EASY READ AUTHOR'S HUMANITY COMES RIGHT THROUGH. CORE MESSAGE YOU DO BETTER THAN MANAGERS (FOR VARIETY REASONS) IS, OWN EXPERIENCE, TRUE. TRY SYSTEMWHAT WORKED HIM, MIGHT WORK YOU. OH YES, BY WAY, MAINLY REPEAT VERSION PREVIOUS REPRESENTS MASTERFUL CONFIDENT TELLING WAYS BEAT STREET. DER BÖRSE EINEN SCHRITT VORAUS. WIE AUCH SIE MIT AKTIEN VERDIENEN KÖNNEN PETER JOHN ROTHCHILD FONDS ZERTIFIKATE FUTUR, Business & Economics|General, Business & Economics|Investments & Securities, Until retiring in 1990, Lynch ( One Up on Wall Street ) was manager of the spectacularly successful Fidelity Magellan Fund. Here he recalls with self-deprecating humor and disarming candor how he went about choosing winning stocks (and missing a few) for the $12 billion fund, which, during one five-year period in the 1980s, earned investors a 300% return. Lynch strongly favors stocks over other investment vehicles but insists that "investigative" research into a corporation's prospects, including credit checks and visits to the firm's installations, is essential. "Focus on companies, not the stocks," he stresses, adding that on this basis limited partnerships, banks and even S & Ls can be sound investments. Lynch's reputation and business writer Rothchild's deft touch should yield big sales for this inside story. Major ad/promo; first serial to Money magazine; BOMC and Fortune Book Club alternates; author tour. Lynch is the master stock picker who led Magellan (until May 1990) to its position as America's biggest mutual fund. In One Up on Wall Street (Simon & Schuster, 1989), also written with Rothchild, he described his winning methods. Here, he provides a few more elaborations and 21 "Peter's principles." Some are overly clever, e.g., being first in line is a great idea except on the edge of a cliff. Lynch takes three chapters to explain how he "done it good" at Magellan. One valuable chapter details methods for picking a mutual fund from the thousands available, but most of the book is devoted to demonstrating his research into picking the 21 stocks he recommended in the January 1992 Barron's roundtable. Still, since the average investor will not get to talk to the CEO or visit the company in person, maybe we should all just buy Lynch's recommendations each year. A tossup. My profession is writing, but my business is investing. With over 50 years of experience in the stock market and having made millions, I think I know what's up. Not only is this book definitive on stock picking, it is also fun and easy to read and the author's humanity comes right through. And the core message that you can do better than the fund managers (for a variety of reasons) is, from my own experience, true. Try Lynch's systemWhat worked for him, might work for you. Oh yes, by the way, this book is mainly a repeat and better version of his previous work and represents a more masterful and confident telling of the ways to beat the street. Der Börse einen Schritt voraus. Wie auch Sie mit Aktien verdienen können Peter Lynch John Rothchild Aktien Börse Fonds Zertifikate Futures Optionen Spreads Anleihen Jake Bernstein Seasonality Saisonalitäten Börse Wall Street Commodities Rohstoffe Aktien D In englischer Sprache. pages. 18,8 x 11,4 x 2 cm

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[EAN: 9780671864989], Gebraucht, sehr guter Zustand, [PU: Sound Ideas Auflage: Abridged (1. April 1993)], UNTIL RETIRING IN 1990, LYNCH ( ONE UP ON WALL STREET ) WAS MANAGER OF THE SPECTACULARLY SUCCESSFUL FIDELITY MAGELLAN FUND. HERE HE RECALLS WITH SELF-DEPRECATING HUMOR AND DISARMING CANDOR HOW WENT ABOUT CHOOSING WINNING STOCKS (AND MISSING A FEW) FOR $12 BILLION FUND, WHICH, DURING FIVE-YEAR PERIOD 1980S, EARNED INVESTORS 300% RETURN. STRONGLY FAVORS OVER OTHER INVESTMENT VEHICLES BUT INSISTS THAT "INVESTIGATIVE" RESEARCH INTO CORPORATION'S PROSPECTS, INCLUDING CREDIT CHECKS VISITS TO FIRM'S INSTALLATIONS, IS ESSENTIAL. "FOCUS COMPANIES, NOT STOCKS," STRESSES, ADDING THIS BASIS LIMITED PARTNERSHIPS, BANKS EVEN S & LS CAN BE SOUND INVESTMENTS. LYNCH'S REPUTATION BUSINESS WRITER ROTHCHILD'S DEFT TOUCH SHOULD YIELD BIG SALES INSIDE STORY. MAJOR AD/PROMO; FIRST SERIAL MONEY MAGAZINE; BOMC FORTUNE BOOK CLUB ALTERNATES; AUTHOR TOUR. MASTER STOCK PICKER WHO LED (UNTIL MAY 1990) ITS POSITION AS AMERICA'S BIGGEST MUTUAL (SIMON SCHUSTER, 1989), ALSO WRITTEN ROTHCHILD, DESCRIBED HIS METHODS. HERE, PROVIDES FEW MORE ELABORATIONS 21 "PETER'S PRINCIPLES." SOME ARE OVERLY CLEVER, E.G., BEING LINE GREAT IDEA EXCEPT EDGE CLIFF. TAKES THREE CHAPTERS EXPLAIN "DONE IT GOOD" AT MAGELLAN. VALUABLE CHAPTER DETAILS METHODS PICKING FUND FROM THOUSANDS AVAILABLE, MOST DEVOTED DEMONSTRATING RECOMMENDED JANUARY 1992 BARRON'S ROUNDTABLE. STILL, SINCE AVERAGE INVESTOR WILL GET TALK CEO OR VISIT COMPANY PERSON, MAYBE WE ALL JUST BUY RECOMMENDATIONS EACH YEAR. TOSSUP. MY PROFESSION WRITING, INVESTING. 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE MARKET HAVING MADE MILLIONS, I THINK KNOW WHAT'S UP. ONLY DEFINITIVE PICKING, FUN EASY READ AUTHOR'S HUMANITY COMES RIGHT THROUGH. CORE MESSAGE YOU DO BETTER THAN MANAGERS (FOR VARIETY REASONS) IS, OWN EXPERIENCE, TRUE. TRY SYSTEMWHAT WORKED HIM, MIGHT WORK YOU. OH YES, BY WAY, MAINLY REPEAT VERSION PREVIOUS REPRESENTS MASTERFUL CONFIDENT TELLING WAYS BEAT STREET. DER BÖRSE EINEN SCHRITT VORAUS. WIE AUCH SIE MIT AKTIEN VERDIENEN KÖNNEN PETER JOHN ROTHCHILD FONDS ZERTIFIKATE FUTUR, Business & Economics|General, Business & Economics|Investments & Securities, Until retiring in 1990, Lynch ( One Up on Wall Street ) was manager of the spectacularly successful Fidelity Magellan Fund. Here he recalls with self-deprecating humor and disarming candor how he went about choosing winning stocks (and missing a few) for the $12 billion fund, which, during one five-year period in the 1980s, earned investors a 300% return. Lynch strongly favors stocks over other investment vehicles but insists that "investigative" research into a corporation's prospects, including credit checks and visits to the firm's installations, is essential. "Focus on companies, not the stocks," he stresses, adding that on this basis limited partnerships, banks and even S & Ls can be sound investments. Lynch's reputation and business writer Rothchild's deft touch should yield big sales for this inside story. Major ad/promo; first serial to Money magazine; BOMC and Fortune Book Club alternates; author tour. Lynch is the master stock picker who led Magellan (until May 1990) to its position as America's biggest mutual fund. In One Up on Wall Street (Simon & Schuster, 1989), also written with Rothchild, he described his winning methods. Here, he provides a few more elaborations and 21 "Peter's principles." Some are overly clever, e.g., being first in line is a great idea except on the edge of a cliff. Lynch takes three chapters to explain how he "done it good" at Magellan. One valuable chapter details methods for picking a mutual fund from the thousands available, but most of the book is devoted to demonstrating his research into picking the 21 stocks he recommended in the January 1992 Barron's roundtable. Still, since the average investor will not get to talk to the CEO or visit the company in person, maybe we should all just buy Lynch's recommendations each year. A tossup. My profession is writing, but my business is investing. With over 50 years of experience in the stock market and having made millions, I think I know what's up. Not only is this book definitive on stock picking, it is also fun and easy to read and the author's humanity comes right through. And the core message that you can do better than the fund managers (for a variety of reasons) is, from my own experience, true. Try Lynch's systemWhat worked for him, might work for you. Oh yes, by the way, this book is mainly a repeat and better version of his previous work and represents a more masterful and confident telling of the ways to beat the street. Der Börse einen Schritt voraus. Wie auch Sie mit Aktien verdienen können Peter Lynch John Rothchild Aktien Börse Fonds Zertifikate Futures Optionen Spreads Anleihen Jake Bernstein Seasonality Saisonalitäten Börse Wall Street Commodities Rohstoffe Aktien D In englischer Sprache. pages. 18,8 x 11,4 x 2 cm

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Beating the Street: How to Use What You Already Know to Make Money in the Market
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Beating the Street: How to Use What You Already Know to Make Money in the Market

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