One Up On Wall Street: How to Use What You Already Know to Make Money in the Market

One Up On Wall Street

Authors: Peter Lynch,John Rothchild

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Legendary money manager Peter Lynch reveals some of the best strategies for individual investors, to help them make money on wall street. He claims that someone like you (an average investor) can actually have a stronger advantage than a professional one. This book serves as a practical guide to investing from start to finish.

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