Peter Lynch has made his mark in the history of investing as the manager of Fidelity’s Magellan Fund, which he ran from 1977 to 1990. Over that period, Lynch made an average annual return of nearly 30%, placing himself among the great investors.


In the following articles, we dig deeper into his investing wisdom. There are, indeed, some great lessons to be learned from this top performer. What is noteworthy is that Lynch's investment strategies were fluid. He was able to adjust his style to circumstances. That is not to say that he was aimless. He has developed a portfolio of strategies he knew well and was able to apply right ones to right circumstances.

Our entire "Great Investors" sections covers other famous investors as well. We suggest you check out what other successful investors have said. This way you'll see more than one perspective. Also, there are some similarities as some investing principles are timeless.



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