I have read Peter Lynch’s books. I am now looking for some additional information which complements his books. Is there anything you can recommend to dive further into his mind?

Joan Audivert: The best book, oldest and most fun on the bag is “Confusion of Confusions” written by a Jew, who lived the euphoria Dutch market values. You should buy it or catch it borrowed some library. http://www.amazon.com/…/1614274517/ref=pd_sim_sbs_b_1…
Confusion de Confusiones [1688]: Portions Descriptive of the Amsterdam…
Joan Audivert: Also: http://www.amazon.com/Security-Analysis…/dp/0071592539
Security Analysis: Sixth Edition, Foreword by Warren Buffett (Security…
Lukas Savickas: Some good books I suggest (short list) :Security Analysis, Intelligent Investor, Little book of Value Investing (Browne) , Margin of Safety (Klarman) , Wealth of Nations , (Berkshire letters to shareholders) … Going more to the business side : Competitive advantage (Porter) , Competitive Strategy (Porter) ; Common Stocks and Uncommon Profits (Fisher) , The Most Important Thing (Howard Marks). True value investor always wants to extend his knowledge , so you should always look for books to read. “History” is a good teacher too. Also, reading won’t do much. You have to study these books.
Philipp Albert: Thanks a lot! 🙂
Evan Bleker: Nothing that I can suggest. He has a Fidelity talk on youtube and the book “learn to earn” but they wont add much value.