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February 25, 2022

How to Get RICH From STOCKS? Common Stocks & Uncommon Profits

How to GET RICH FROM STOCKS? Common Stocks & Uncommon Profits book lessons
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Today, we are going to give you the book summary of ‘Common stocks and uncommon profits by Philip Fisher. The book is an evergreen classic and was originally published in 1958.

The author of the book, Philip Fisher was a very successful investment legend of his time. He had a great influence on Warren Buffet, the billionaire investor and one of the richest people on this planet. Buffett himself has stated he is “85% Graham and 15% Fisher.”

*Graham was Warren Buffett’s mentor and also known as the father of value investing.
Phillip Fisher started his investment journey in 1928 after dropping out of Stanford Business School to take a job of a securities analyst.
Apart from ‘common stocks and uncommon profits, the other famous writings of Philip Fisher are:
Conservative investor sleep well (1975), Developing an investment philosophy (1980).

The book ‘Common stocks and uncommon profits’ was an instant hit when first published and Philip’s idea of growth stock investing became immensely popular.

In the book, Philip Fisher described ‘what to buy’ for high-quality stocks, where he called these stocks ‘Scuttlebutt’. Scuttlebutts are those common stocks that have gone through a detailed analysis like the study of its promoters, suppliers, customers, stakeholders, employees, competitors etc to find out about the company’s future prospects.

The book attempts to show what to buy, when to buy and when to sell for those who are desiring to get uncommon returns on their investments. To sum up, this is a good read to understand the fundamentals analysis of growth investing. I will definitely recommend reading this book.

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