This is a discussion about Peter Lynch with Matt Cochrane.
Matt is a DIY investor with a focus on moats.
Peter Lynch is one of the best investors of all time. Lynch achieved a 29% return running Fidelity’s Magellan mutual fund from 1977 to 1990. US stocks returned 12.9% over this period.
Both of us recently re-read Beating the Street, Lynch’s account of his time at Magellan and we reflect on the lessons from this book.
Beating the Street by Peter Lynch: https://www.amazon.com/Beating-Street-Peter-Lynch-ebook/dp/B00768D664/
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