Peter Lynch Protégé Says “Stocks are Fine Today”

Jeff Vinik, who ran Fidelity’s famed Magellan Fund from 1992 until before he left the firm in 1996, became well known for his aggressive investing style, according to a recent Barron’s article. A huge sports fan, in 2010 he left the money management business, bought the Tampa Bay Lightning (a then floundering hockey team) and has undertaken a $3 billion revitalization of downtown Tampa. Here are some highlights from the Barron’s interview: “Stocks are fine today,” says Vinik. While valuations are stretched, he argues that this is primarily due to low interest rates. “We are dealing with some of the […]