10 INVESTING pearls from PETER LYNCH:::
It takes remarkable patience to hold on to a stock in a company that excites you, but which everybody else seems to ignore.
Understand the nature of the companies you own and the specific reasons for holding the stock.
Consider the size of a company if you expect it to profit from a specific product.
Distrust diversification, which usually turn out to be diworsefications.
Invest in simple companies that appear dull, mundane, out of favour, and haven’t caught the street.
In dieting and in stocks, it is the gut and not the head that determines the results.
Debt is saving in reverse. The more it builds up, the worse off you are.
Big companies have small moves, small companies have big moves.
When you sell in desperation, you always sell cheap.
Companies that have no debt can't go bankrupt.