Robert Zimmerman

Physician, investor, father, figure skater and guitarist for his local church who still enjoys experimenting with new and different types of investments. Trying to find the balance between income now, capital gains and income for retirement. No particular style of investing, just try to evaluate each opportunity on its own merits. Has significant concerns regarding the future of the US economy, particularly to decline of employment opportunities for low skilled, marginally educated workers and the level of public and private debt.

General Information

Robert Zimmerman
Fool Since:
August 4 2012

Investing Basics

Investing Experience:
Risk Tolerance:
Medium Low
Investing Style:
Motley (i.e. Anything goes!)
Portfolio Size:
Medium (4-12 Stocks)
Types of Investments:
income, large blue chips, an occasional high risk stock
Stocks I Own:
UG, HLM-, DDD, SSYS, CLMT, LINE, SDRL, KIOR, ONVO, SD, WMB, GLNG, GLNG HCLP, short December 2014 $77.5 puts on EPD, short December 2014 $60 puts on GEL, VNR, PSX, REGI, NES, PSEC, TA, T, MCD

Investing Favorites

US energy and technology

Investing Expertise

My Area of Expertise:
US energy with an eye towards income in retirement.
Greatest Investment:
United Guardian
Worst Investment:
Allied Irish Bank

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An Interview with dylan588

Last updated: 3/2/2013
The Fool:
How do you define success?
Conceiving of a plan to solve a problem or to help someone, executing the plan and seeing the results meet or exceed expectations.
The Fool:
What, in your opinion, are some of life's big mysteries?
Why do people behave as they do? Why do Americans watch 3.5 to 5 hours of television a day and wonder why they are so poor, fat and unproductive.
The Fool:
Describe the most embarrassing personal moment you'll admit to!
Having to write a report in school about the previously most embarrassing moment in my life.
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