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This presentation discusses the 4 tenets for investing given by the legendary investment guru and one of the most famous fund managers in the US, Peter Lynch. …

This presentation discusses the 4 tenets for investing given by the legendary investment guru and one of the most famous fund managers in the US, Peter Lynch.


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  • 1. Investment Gems from Peter Lynch
  • 2. Investment Gems from Peter Lynch
    Who is Peter Lynch ?
  • 3. Who is Peter Lynch?
    The legendary investment guru and one of the most famous fund managers in the US
    The one who from 1977-1990 managed the Fidelity Magellan Fund and was the best performer in mutual funds over that period
    Has written various books on investing, which hold a wealth of ‘practical’ knowledge
  • 4. The 4 Tenets of Peter Lynch
  • 5. The Four Tenets of Peter Lynch
    Invest in what you know
    Simple & most famous principle by Peter Lynch
    This rule applies even to the amateur non professional investor
    With this rule, the amateurs can outperform even the market experts
  • 6. The Four Tenets of Peter Lynch
    Buy what they don’t know
    Avoid glamour and seek out the overlooked
    The best bargains can be found among these neglected stocks
    Boring is good
    Small, underfollowed companies present the greatest opportunities to long-term investors
  • 7. The Four Tenets of Peter Lynch
    Mutual Funds as an option
    Based on the principle that when you pick up your own stocks, you ought to outperform the experts.
    Otherwise, it doesn’t make much sense to invest by oneself.
    The mutual fund is wonderful for people who have neither the time nor the inclination to test their wits against the stock market
  • 8. The Four Tenets of Peter Lynch
    Don’t waste time worrying
    It is futile to predict the economy and the stock market
    Focus on the "facts" at hand rather than worry about the future
    Don’t sell the stock if the 'story' is still good, whether the market is up or down.
  • 9. The Four Tenets of Peter Lynch
    Remember: Don’t always listen to the market and use a bottom-up approach
  • 10. Thank You!
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