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Tyler Crowe writes for The Motley Fool focusing on energy, commodities, and industrials with the occasional musing on other various topics.
Education and Work
September 24 2012
Where I Live:
Where I Grew Up:
Long-Term Buy to Hold
Large (12 or more Stocks)
Stocks I Own:
NXPI, AAPL, AMT, GHL, WM, TSLA, BRK-B, CLF, KR, V, BHP, EPD, IRBT, UHAL, SAM, COST, NOV, CLB, SWIR, DEO, NWL, VMI, SDRL, MMP, DNOW, TNH, BAM, DIS, POST, XOM, POT, NUE, TGH, HCP, GE, GILD, FSLR, CAFD, TOT, VZ, TELL
Energy, Industrials, Technology, Materials, Utilities
The Little Book that Builds Wealth by Pat Dorsey, One up on Wall Street by Peter Lynch, Margin of Safety by Seth Klarman, and The Intelligent Investor by Benjamin Graham (although he seems a little too pessimistic for my taste)
Income Investor, Inside Value
Oil & Gas Journal, World Oil, The Economist
Getting someone to pay me to go to graduate school...twice!
Education And Work Information
B.S. (x2) University of New Hampshire, M.S. University of New Hampshire, M.B.A. College des Ingenieurs
Contributor, bureau editor, new writer coach
Company / Organization
The Motley Fool
You name it, I probably have done it
Ski Racing, Coaching, Travel, Soccer, Basketball, pretending I'm a better cook than I actually am
Favorite Restaurants or Foods:
Small mom and pop places
Favorite Vacation Spots:
Any big ski resort and Cassis, France
Favorite Sports or Teams:
Boston Celtics, Boston Red Sox, University of New Hampshire teams, Boston Bruins, NY Giants and NY Jets
Favorite Board Games:
Favorite Video Games:
Real Time Strategy type games
Favorite Music or Musicians:
A Motley Selection
Great Books Read Recently:
Fishers Investments on: Materials by Ken Fisher, and Flash Boys by Michael Lewis
Book Currently Reading:
Intelligent Investor by Bejnamin Graham (again)
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An Interview with TMFDirtyBird
Last updated: 1/28/2013
What was the most significant discovery of the last century?
Hands down, the internet. I'd love to hear your argument against.
How do you define success?
finding a space in this world to pursue your passions.
What's your greatest athletic achievement? Little League champ? Ran a marathon? Did 4 consecutive sit-ups?
Junior Olympics at age 14 in alpine ski racing. It's been all downhill from there (pun intended).
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