Tesla Approaches Being A Peter Lynch Stock


  • Peter Lynch is best known for identifying what he calls “10 baggers.”
  • And the PEG ratio he developed to identify fast growers at a relatively reasonable valuation has become a standard part of the investing vocabulary.
  • In this article, I will explain why Tesla, Inc. now begins to show some of the key traits that Lynch used to identify these 10 baggers.
  • Its PEG is higher than the 1x ideal Lynch pick.
  • My estimate is ~1.8x, justifiable for its unique strengths in my view.

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Peter Lynch probably is best known for picking 10 baggers. In his writings (e.g., Beating the Street is my favorite one), he divided stocks into 6 categories ranging from stalwarts, to turnarounds, to fast growers. And fast-growers seem to be Lynch’s


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