Tim spends much of his day writing articles and content for The Fool and, not surprisingly, loves it! However, Tim still fancies himself a storyteller as well and will continue to pursue his passion for writing fiction. His first book, The Lives of Stupid People Volume 1 (The next, great American novel as you can tell from the title!), was published in 2011, along with a couple award-winning short stories. Tim majored in business studies and marketing at the University of Oregon, remains an avid soccer player and crossword fanatic, and currently lives with his 3 children in Portland, OR.

General Information

Fool Since:
December 7 2011

Investing Basics

Investing Experience:
Risk Tolerance:
Investing Style:
Value Investor
Types of Investments:
Primarily retirement oriented.
Stocks I Own:
None currently. INTC, DIS, IBM and several other tech stocks were included in my portfolio over the years, at one time or another.

Investing Favorites

Oversold, industry standards with long-term growth potential.
Tech industry
Foolish newsletters, of course!

Investing Expertise

My Area of Expertise:
Professional investment advisor since 1990, focused primarly on long-term investment strategies.
Greatest Investment:
IBM shortly after it 'tanked' in the early '90's.
Worst Investment:
Amazon. Early on.
Money I Manage:
My own.