LLoyd Forester

General Information

LLoyd Forester
Fool Since:
January 3 2002
Where I Live:
Chesterfield, MO
Where I Grew Up:
Edwardsville, Kansas

Investing Basics

Investing Experience:
Risk Tolerance:
Medium High
Investing Style:
Motley (i.e. Anything goes!)
Portfolio Size:
Large (12 or more Stocks)
Types of Investments:
Think oil is the investment of the future. Since I am retiring in June of 2012, I have been buying dividend paying stocks.
Stocks I Own:
All of the MDP stocks, large quantity of GE, sizable amount of oil...some of the majors and some of the drillers and small amount of many dividend stocks. Averaging 7%

Investing Favorites

The ones making me money
MDP of course
Bible, One Up on Wall Street, anything on WEB
MDP, 2 from StreetAuthority
British motorcycle.
This crazy bunch at MDP. Wish you had been around 30 years ago. You have taught me much. ~:^>

Investing Expertise

My Area of Expertise:
Trying to learn about oil. It's a lot easier than computers and such.
Greatest Investment:
Buying BRK/A at $20k+
Worst Investment:
Selling BRK/A at $30k+

Education And Work Information

School(s) Attended
Kansas State University, University of Missouri
Job Title
Company / Organization
Gunslinger for a dental LLC
Former Jobs
Hot roofs, Fiberglas, hardware store, bus cleaner


Personal Quote:
When in doubt, don't do it. Never say I should have
My Interests:
Reading ...especially the Bible, Motorcycles, stocks and trying to convince a certain lady I am worthy of her...and I pulled it off
Person(s) I'd Like To Meet:
Warren Buffet
Favorite Restaurants or Foods:
Anything that doesn't eat me first When I was younger, I loved T Rex steaks.
Favorite Vacation Spots:
Where ever I am
Favorite Sports or Teams:
Motorcycle racing
Favorite Movies:
I love every movie ever made. Netflix wishes I was not a member.
Favorite Board Games:
Monopoly...what else
Favorite Video Games:
Don't play them or I would never leave my apartment.
Favorite Music or Musicians:
Most music except rap..ears to old to translate
Great Books Read Recently:
Buffett:The Making of an American Capitalist
Book Currently Reading:
One Up on Wall Street and Bible

An Interview with mrmolar119

Last updated: 3/6/2008
The Fool:
What is your most distressing regret?
My divorce. Enough said
The Fool:
What technology do you wish the world had but doesn't yet?
Hyperdrive so that we can go to the stars. I am a big Star Trek fan BUT I do not dress up. LOL
The Fool:
Briefly review your favorite book.
The Bible. It truly has all of the answers for today's living. Love God first and then love your neighbor as you would yourself. That would pretty much stop wars and divorces.
[Read the full Interview]