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Successful long-term growth managers are part of a rare breed, but Thomas Rowe Price, Jr. – also known as the “Father of Growth Investing” – certainly qualifies. Too often, value legends like Warren Buffett and Benjamin Graham are highlighted in media circles. Using a baseball analogy, growth heroes like Mr. Price are more akin to atypical knuckleball pitchers, like Hall of Fame knuckler Phil Neikro. Writing about Mr. Price is consistent with my belief that investors striving to improve performance can be served well by studying great investors (for other growth superstars, see also Phil Fisher , Ron Baron , and John Calamos, Sr.
Philip Fisher, who began his career as a securities analyst in 1928, is seen as the father of "growth" investing, that is the investing in the shares of companies that experience tremendous growth and thus have the potential to be worth many times their current value over the medium term. There are many lessons to be learnt by any investor from Fisher's classic book "Common Stocks and Uncommon Profits", which will help an investor evaluate the qualitative aspects of a company and thus help in the investment process. In this book, Fisher mentions his ... Read More
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