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Not that these stocks should be overlooked—they often pay generous dividends.
According to Lynch, fast-growing companies may be part of fast-growing industries, but he preferred fast growers in a slow-growth industry.
Examples from his time included Marriott International Inc.
Among the winning stories were retailers that learned to succeed in one place and then duplicate their formula: Some examples include the auto, airline and steel industries.
Cyclical stocks do well as economies come out of recession and begin to expand.
One Up On Wall Street: How to Use What You Already Know to Make Money in the Market by Peter Lynch
You can, however, also lose half your investment if you buy in the wrong part of the cycle. As large and well-known companies, they are often confused with stalwarts. People who work in cyclical industries have an edge over other investors.
FCAU ; it was also a cyclical stock, although that aspect was not as pronounced. In this fully updated edition of his classic bestseller, Lynch explains how to research stocks and offers easy-to-follow directions for sorting out the long shots from the no shots.
Whether you like growth or value, small or big caps, this book will be useful. This was a good read but it was specific to Lynch's style so it was not applicable to today's investment decisions.
Peter describes how he came about developing his strategy for success. He talks about his past, his victories, and some of his failures. He describes everything that happened in an easy way to read. Anyone, including non-financial folks, can understand t I originally picked this book because after I read a lot about Warren Buffett's investing I decided to see other people's style.
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