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"Beating the Street" (1994) by Peter Lynch
Peter Lynch is one of the most successful stock market investors and hedge fundmanagers of the past century. He started out as an intern at Fidelity Investments in the mid-1960s. Nearly 11 years later, he was tasked to manage the Magellan Fund, which at the time had close to $18 million in assets. By 1990, the fund had grown to a whopping $18 billion in assets with nearly 1,000 stock positions. During this time, the fund boasted average returns of more than 29% per year. "Beating The Street" allows the reader to peek into Lynch's mind and thought processes in terms of deciding whether to buy or sell a stock. Lynch believes that an individual investor could exploit market opportunities better than Wall Street, and encourages investors to invest in what they know. "The Intelligent Investor" (1949) by Benjamin Graham This book was written in 1949 and has been hailed by Warren Buffett as the best …

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