TMFTopDown

Steve Heller

Covering 3-D printing at the intersection of business, investing, and what it means for the future of manufacturing. Contributor since December 2012.

General Information

Name:
Steve Heller
Fool Since:
March 19 2012
Aliases:
TopDownTrends (12/4/2012)
Where I Live:
Denver, CO
Where I Grew Up:
Syosset, NY
Gender:
Male

Investing Basics

Investing Experience:
Medium High
Risk Tolerance:
High
Investing Style:
Long-Term Buy to Hold
Portfolio Size:
Large (12 or more Stocks)
Stocks I Own:
AMZN, IBM, DDD, ILMN, OPTT, SBUX, EBAY, GOOG, GOOGL, PRLB, DIS, WFM, GHDX, CMG, CELG, CMI, QCOM, ISRG, LNKD, QGEN, XONE, Z, NGVC, PCP, FB, MA, MIDD, TSLA, SCTY, SWIR, LOCK, UA, TWTR, AMAVF, ANET, TTPH, BOFI, CTSH, PRAA, LUK, BWLD, VEEV, MKL

Investing Expertise

My Area of Expertise:
Finding companies that offer tremendous growth potential and deliver on that promise. Well, that's what the idea anyway.
Greatest Investment:
Give me 30 years before I answer that!
Worst Investment:
Not holding onto Apple at $17.

An Interview with TMFTopDown

Last updated: 10/9/2013
The Fool:
How do you define success?
TMFTopDown:
To sum it up: if you've built a life of meaning and purpose, I'd call that a success.
The Fool:
If you could go back in time and witness one event in history, what would you go back and see?
TMFTopDown:
Probably would have to be The Big Bang. What can I say, I'm a space nerd.
The Fool:
What is your most distressing regret?
TMFTopDown:
Financially speaking, I bought Whole Foods back in 2008 for around $4 split-adjusted, only to sell for a short sighted profit. If only I was in the Foolish state of mind back then...
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