TMFDirtyBird

Tyler Crowe

Tyler Crowe is a contributor at The Motley Fool focusing on the energy industry with the occasional musing on commodities.

General Information

Name:
Tyler Crowe
Fool Since:
September 24 2012
Where I Live:
Washington, DC
Where I Grew Up:
Littleton, NH
Gender:
Male

Investing Basics

Investing Experience:
Medium
Risk Tolerance:
High
Investing Style:
Motley (i.e. Anything goes!)
Portfolio Size:
Large (12 or more Stocks)
Types of Investments:
I love companies that posses or develop the technology that will change the way we do things.
Stocks I Own:
NXPI, WPRT, AAPL, SSYS, AMT, GHL, LINE, NES, WM, SCTY, BRK-B, CLF, CPHD, KR, V, BHP, LF, EPD, IRBT, UHAL, SAM, COST, NOV, CLB, SWIR, INVN, DEO, NWL, VMI

Investing Favorites

Industries:
Energy, Industrials, Technology, Materials, Utilities
Newsletters:
Rule Breakers, Income Investors, Inside Value
Magazines:
Oil & Gas Journal, World Oil, The Economist

Investing Expertise

Greatest Investment:
Getting my MBA paid for by someone else

Education And Work Information

School(s) Attended
B.S. (x2) University of New Hampshire, M.S. University of New Hampshire, M.B.A. College des Ingenieurs
Job Title
Contributor
Company / Organization
The Motley Fool
Former Jobs
You name it, I probably have done it

Interests

My Interests:
Ski Racing, Coaching, Travel, Soccer, Tennis, Basketball, camping, hiking, pretending I'm a better cook than I actually am
Favorite Restaurants or Foods:
Small mom and pop places, slow food concepts, and ethnic food
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:
Card Games
Favorite Video Games:
Real Time Strategy type games
Favorite Music or Musicians:
A Motley Selection
Great Books Read Recently:
Influence by Robert Chaldini
Book Currently Reading:
Comeback by Charles R. Morris

An Interview with TMFDirtyBird

Last updated: 1/28/2013
The Fool:
What was the most significant discovery of the last century?
TMFDirtyBird:
Hands down, the internet. I'd love to hear your argument against.
The Fool:
How do you define success?
TMFDirtyBird:
finding a space in this world to pursue your passions.
The Fool:
What's your greatest athletic achievement? Little League champ? Ran a marathon? Did 4 consecutive sit-ups?
TMFDirtyBird:
Junior Olympics at age 14 in alpine ski racing. It's been all downhill from there (pun intended).
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