General Information

JP Bennett
Fool Since:
June 19 2013
XMFYossarian (10/1/2013), Yossarian8 (6/19/2013)
Where I Live:
Where I Grew Up:

Investing Basics

Investing Experience:
Risk Tolerance:
Portfolio Size:
Large (12 or more Stocks)
Stocks I Own:
AAPL, ACAS, AFSI, AIG, AIG.WS, APP, COG, CFX, DE, DFS, EBAY, F, GLW, HAL, JPM, KMI, LUX, MHLDO, MKL, NFBK, PCAR, PFIS, PRAA, ROIC, SBUX, SWN, WFM, long Jan 2016 $35 calls on EBAY, short May 2015 $60 calls on EBAY, short Apr 2015 $55 puts on AFSI, short May 2015 $20 puts on HTZ, short Apr 2015 $35.00 calls on COG, short Apr 2015 $37.50 calls on COG, short Jan 2016 $52.50 puts on AIG, short Jan 2016 $100 puts on AAPL, short Jan 2016 $95 calls on VXX, long Jan 2016 $100 calls on VXX, short Jun 2015 $89 puts on VTI, short May 2015 $55 calls on WFM, long Jan 2017 $75 calls on TIF, short May 2015 $95 call on TIF, short May 2015 $57.50 calls on AIG,

Investing Favorites

The Most Important Thing, Option Volatility & Pricing, The Money Game, The Davis Dynasty, The Undercover Economist, CFA textbooks
Barron's, Financial Times
Too many

Education And Work Information

School(s) Attended
University of Scranton, Lehigh University
Job Title
Analyst Development Program
Company / Organization
The Motley Fool


Personal Quote:
No Johns
My Interests:
Investing, Derivatives
Person(s) I'd Like To Meet:
Thich Nhat Hanh
Favorite Sports or Teams:
Oregon Ducks, Machester City
Favorite Video Games:
Portal, the Metroid Prime Series, LoZ Majora's Mask
Favorite Music or Musicians:
Capsule, Crystal Castles, The Bloody Beetroots, CTS, Wave Racer, Justice, Jack U, Perfume, Gorillaz, Buddy Holly and The Crickets.
Great Books Read Recently:
The Most Important Thing, Fatal Risk, Talent is Overrated

An Interview with TMFYossarian

Last updated: 12/22/2013
The Fool:
Speak to the dead. You must have something to say. They may be listening.
The afterlife: over- or underrated?
The Fool:
Would you rather be remembered as a person, a legend, or a myth?
Hmm... legend? Given how legends tend to get out of hand, I figure that twenty years after I'm gone I'll be the remembered as the "person who called all the market tops, went all in every time the market bottomed, shot a 59 to win The Masters, and safely landed a Boeing 787 after both pilots had heart attacks." Heck, maybe I'll even get a couple statues.
The Fool:
Tell us about your first date. Who was it with and where did you go? (Remember, this is a family show!) ;)
I was young, we both were incredibly nervous, one of our parents drove us (for the life of me I can't remember if it was one of her's or mine), we saw a movie (which I also can't remember). I'm going to assume that we must have enjoyed ourselves since we did date for a while.
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