From May 1977 to May 1990, he was the portfolio manager of Fidelity’s Magellan Fund – which rose 28-fold per share for the best performing fund in the world. In May 1977, Magellan was only $20 million in size. By the time Mr. Lynch retired in 1990, it was over $14 billion and had over a million shareholders, making it the largest equity fund.
Peter Lynch with John Rothchild, One Up On Wall Street, Penguin Books, 1989
Peter Lynch on Investing
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