I am very new at the investing game, and pretty much know what your average couch potato does... I found this book to be very interesting and easy to read.
Save your money for buying stocks, or buy a useful book which actually contains stock-picking strategies, e.g. How to Make Money in Stocks by William J. O'Neil.
The real beauty of Lynch's book is the myriad of different strategies, one or a few of which each of us can learn and implement as our investing "sweet spot."
I have been familiar with and owned this book for years. Now I want my kids to read it. It is outstanding.Published 1 month ago by Patty
A very interesting read by a really intelligent and likeable workaholic (who isn't afraid to admit his mistakes as well as his successes) who transformed the Magellan Fund into a... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Shonsaya Owen
Recently, Fidelity Investments announced that they would unilaterally increase all employee 401(k) contributions about to 7% of their pay checks and move all their current and... Read morePublished 2 months ago by kpfu
Although the book as a little dated, I really liked it. It gave me a number of good investment ideas and things to look at and also what to avoid.Published 3 months ago by J. Calvert
This is especially good book for beginners (and other who wish to learn more) who wish to spot investment ideas worth investigating. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Falco del Fiume
I knew about this book when i read the "rich dad poor dad" book, so if you already read it, and like it, I'm sure you're going to like the Peter Lynch book as well.Published 5 months ago by nidia