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A tribute by his son, Ken Fisher:

Phillip A. Fisher died Mar. 11 at 96 from old age. He was a great man. Not in his last years, ravaged by dementia. Then he was just a little old man. But he was my little old man. I will love him, forever! Among the pioneer, formative thinkers in the growth stock school of investing, he may have been the last professional witnessing the 1929 crash to go on to become a big name.


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