The Investing Strategy Of Peter Lynch

The New York Times once wrote about Peter Lynch: "Mr. Lynch's investment record puts him in a league by himself." His straightforward approach to investing in the stock market is easy to understand and can be employed by each and every one.

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A common misconception among newer investors is that a higher stock price means a company is also more expensive or worth more.

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How Much Money Do I Need To Build My Own Stock Portfolio?

This article discusses how to build a stock portfolio.

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What To Look For In A Broker

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Income Statement

The income statement shows the investor the financial performance of a company.

Net Debt

Total Financial Debt - Cash & Cash Equivalents

Net debt shows the investor a company's debt burden after substracting its cash and cash equivalents that could be used for instant repayment.

Gross Margin

( Revenues - COGS ) ÷ Revenues

The gross margin tells the investor how much of the company's costs are directly associated with its sales and is a measure of profitability. Gross margins are typically high for software companies and low for e.g. retailers.

Discover books that smart investors read. Here are some suggestings for books in English:

Irrational Exuberance by Robert J. Shiller
The Essays of Warren Buffett by Warren Buffett; Lawrence A. Cunningham

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