Introducing the 2012 Peter Lynch Investing Style

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This video is part of our "Motley Fool Conversations" series, in which chief technology officer Jeremy Phillips discusses topics across the investing world.

Peter Lynch's mantra was that investors should invest in what they know. Jeremy applies this thinking to his own life by revealing some of his personal usage data, and then trying to apply that usage to broader trends. While one man's anecdote is not an investing thesis, it is potentially an amazing starting point for investing research.

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