"The real key to making money in stocks is not to get scared out of them." -Peter Lynch This simple quote epitomizes how to make money in the stock market. One of my favorite T.V. commercials is T. Rowe Price’s “How can power consumption in China impact wool exports from New Zealand or textile production in Spain?” As any good investor can explain, this complex global economy is interwoven and any one stock will directly impact others. Living a few miles north of Wall Street in New York City has given me tremendous exposure and insight into investing. I am a "growth" investor, seeking out stocks that have either been undervalued or have unthought of growth opportunities. I think about the logical impact and chain of events that will take place between different events and markets. When a certain event happens, however big or small, any company is susceptible to being affected by it; I like to find out which.