General Information

Name:
Rich Duprey
Fool Since:
February 22 1998
Aliases:
FoolishCop (3/23/2004)
Where I Live:
Teaneck, NJ
Gender:
Male

Investing Basics

Investing Experience:
High
Risk Tolerance:
Medium High
Investing Style:
Motley (i.e. Anything goes!)
Portfolio Size:
Large (12 or more Stocks)
Stocks I Own:
AA, ANF, BRLI, CSCO, DF, GE, GLD, INTC, NKE, PFE, WWAV

Education And Work Information

School(s) Attended
Super Trooper Police Academy
Job Title
Retired Donut Chaser, Stock Advisor Coverage Fool, Foolish Kool-Aid drinker

Interests

Personal Quote:
"It's faster horses, younger women, older whiskey, more money!"
My Interests:
"Beer is living proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy" -- Benjamin Franklin
Person(s) I'd Like To Meet:
J.R.R. Tolkien
Favorite Restaurants or Foods:
"Greed is for amateurs. Disorder, chaos, anarchy: now that's fun! " -- The Crow
Favorite Vacation Spots:
Smuggler's Notch, VT; Puerto Rico; Charleston, SC
Favorite Sports or Teams:
Yankees, Giants (or Raiders), Knicks, and Islanders (hey, you can't like just all good teams)
Favorite Movies:
"To the last I grapple with thee; from hell's heart I stab at thee; for hate's sake I spit my last breath at thee." -- Ahab
Favorite Music or Musicians:
Pearl Jam - Lyle Lovett
Great Books Read Recently:
The Dakota Cipher
Book Currently Reading:
The Skeleton's Knee

An Interview with TMFCop

Last updated: 2/24/2008
The Fool:
Does ethics or 'socially responsible investing' have a place in your investment approach? How so? How not?
TMFCop:
Absolutely not! I enjoy investing in rapacious, cancer-causing, politically incorrect companies. If I could find a stock represented by the various vices in Walter Block's "Defending the Undefendable" I'd buy them all.
The Fool:
Is there a public figure that inspires you?
TMFCop:
Hahahahahaha! I'm sorry. I shouldn't laugh. Hahahahahahaha! No really, I'm sorry.
The Fool:
What is your most distressing regret?
TMFCop:
You mean in investing, right? Not Sally Hancock in 11th grade? Well, that would have to be waiting so long to start investing in the first place. I didn't get going until my mid- to late-30's and have so many years to make up for.
[Read the full Interview]