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Chief Technology Officer at The Motley Fool
Education and Work
June 20 2005
Where I Live:
Where I Grew Up:
Long-Term Buy to Hold
Large (12 or more Stocks)
Types of Investments:
Mostly Fool-inspired :D
Stocks I Own:
AAPL, AIZ, AMZN, ATVI, ATW, CNI, CTSH, FB, HTH, LNKD, MIDD, NEE, NFLX, NOV, PRLB, SODA, TIE, TSLA, TTWO, VDSI, VFINX, Z
NFLX, Z, TTWO, LNKD
My Area of Expertise:
Following Fools wiser than I.
I was dropping money into VFINX long before I got into stocks, so technically...
My savings account.
Money I Manage:
My own. My wife's. My 2-year old's.
Education And Work Information
Grove City College
Company / Organization
The Motley Fool
America Online, HB Maynard and Co.
"What will it profit a man if he gains the whole world, and loses his own soul?"
The nexus of membership, investing and technology.
Person(s) I'd Like To Meet:
Tom Gardner. Oh wait, he's sitting right here...
Favorite Restaurants or Foods:
To eat or to say? To eat: pimento cheese. To say: falafel.
Favorite Vacation Spots:
Angel Fire, NM
Favorite Sports or Teams:
Memento, The Village, Fight Club, Contact, The Prestige, anything twisty. (Twisty, not Twisted. And not Twister, either.)
Favorite Board Games:
Settlers is excellent. David G also introduced me to Modern Art and Dixit - very different, but both a ton of fun.
Favorite Video Games:
Partial to Halo, but all my pals are converting to MW2.
Favorite Music or Musicians:
Keane, Band of Horses, Iron & Wine, MGMT, Ben Lee, Kings of Leon. 90's alt rock in general.
Great Books Read Recently:
Science of Success - Koch, Darwin's Black Box - Behe, There's a Word for It! - Elster
Book Currently Reading:
Vagabonding: An Uncommon Guide to the Art of Long-Term World Travel - by Rolf Potts
TMFKnightly is following 6 Fools
An Interview with TMFKnightly
Last updated: 6/17/2013
In what way would society be different if bears had become the dominant sentient species?
I'd guess we wouldn't have needed to call out the right to bear arms...
What was your first educational exposure to investing?
TMF's 13 steps.
What was the most significant discovery of the last century?
[Read the full Interview]