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Education and Work
September 22 2011
Where I Live:
Where I Grew Up:
Motley (i.e. Anything goes!)
Large (12 or more Stocks)
Types of Investments:
Anything goes,from index trackers, high dividend yield stocks to small speculative plays. My strategies (Yes I have two) are different for my personal portfolio compared to my self managed retirement fund
Stocks I Own:
ASX:ALU, ASX:BAP, ASX:BAL, ASX:BWP, ASX:COH, ASX:CSL, ASX:CTN, ASX:FLT, ASX:ISD, ASX:IVV, ASX:LHC, ASX:NEA, ASX:RMD, ASX:SEK, ASX:SRX, ASX:SYD, ASX:TPM, ASX:VEU, ASX:VOC, ASX:VTG, ASX:VTS, ASX:WES, ASX:WOW
Eternal Growth Partners (Australia), Pie Funds Management (NZ), Oaktree Capital (Howard Marks)
Warren Buffett & Charlie Munger, George Soros, Peter Lynch, Phil Fisher, Christopher Brown, Joel Greenblatt
My Area of Expertise:
Industrial type stocks, but trying to learn more about Resources and Energy stocks, given their dominance of the Australian Stock Exchange
Nearmap, CSL, Cochlear, TPG Telecom, M2 Group, Sirtex, Vocus
Money I Manage:
My own and SMSF with my partner
Education And Work Information
Writer / Investment Analyst
Company / Organization
Motley Fool Australia
If you can't control it, don't worry about it
Skiing, Psy-trans music festivals, reading, investing, computers & technology, collecting hats (not just any hats - funny hats)
Favorite Restaurants or Foods:
Anything Asian - Vietnamese is my favourite, closely followed by Thai, Indian and Australian seafood.
Favorite Vacation Spots:
Isle of Pines - French Polynesia. New Zealand's South Island, Western Australia and Queensland, South Pacific - Fiji, Samoa etc
Favorite Sports or Teams:
Rugby Union - NSW Waratahs, ACT Brumbies and the Western Force. I'll watch any game featuring the NZ All-Blacks.
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An Interview with TMFKinga
Last updated: 3/13/2014
As you were growing up (or now, raising children), did your family have any distinctive rituals or practices others might do well to emulate?
Sitting around the dinner table at night eating dinner. We were all required to be there (not that we had anywhere else to go). It was family time, and I think it bought us closer.
Your most heroic moment in life?
Jumping into a swimming pool fully clothed (with phone and wallet in pocket) to rescue my two year old daughter who had just fallen in.
Describe the most embarrassing personal moment you'll admit to!
None that I'll admit too!
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