Beating the Street Setting & Symbolism

Peter Lynch (director)
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St. Agnes School

This is the school the amateur 7th grade investors attend. Lynch uses them to make a point that even a novice investor can be successful if they make wise investment choices and sticks to areas in which they are knowledgeable.

Magellan Fund

The Magellan Fund is a fund created by Fidelity Investments in the 1960s. Peter Lynch managed Magellan from 1977 to 1990. By managing Magellan, Lynch became the premier fund manager in the U.S. Magellan outperformed the S & P index each year.

Barron's Roundtable

This was an annual meeting in which the top fund managers and investment analysts met to make investment recommendations for an annual issue of Barron's Magazine. Lynch's 1991 and 1992 recommendations form the basis of this book. The book highlights how he made his selections and how he reviewed and tracked them to make further recommendations.

P/E Ratio

The P/E ratio...

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