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Mike Price

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Mike Price
Fool Since:
April 29 2004
TMFInvertirmenor (11/11/2010), invertirmenor (4/22/2008), Matt626 (5/7/2005), pkrfan48 (5/7/2005)
Where I Live:
Where I Grew Up:

Investing Basics

Investing Experience:
Risk Tolerance:
Investing Style:
Motley (i.e. Anything goes!)
Portfolio Size:
Large (12 or more Stocks)
Types of Investments:
mean reversion and trend following with fundamental analysis
Stocks I Own:
amzn, btg, crm, docu, eqc, fb, fnv, gold, goog, land, mkl, mtch, nly, psq, roku, slv, spoxf, sq, svm, tail, twtr, wpm, y, bac, brk.b, emd, fax, iim, jps, 402635AE6

Investing Favorites

Liquid Lounge, Alpha boards, Deranged Monkey Criticism, Libertarian Fools,
More Money than God, Atlas Shrugged, Myth of Robber Barons, King of Capital

Investing Expertise

Greatest Investment:
APL, bought at $3 sold at $24
Worst Investment:
Sold NFLX at $40 in 2009
Money I Manage:
Mine, parents', sister's,

Education And Work Information

School(s) Attended
Westminster College (SLC, UT), Mises University, University of Utah
Job Title
Business Banking Officer


My Interests:
Reading econ and investing, also business biographies are great
Favorite Restaurants or Foods:
Favorite Vacation Spots:
Favorite Sports or Teams:
Green Bay Packers
Favorite Board Games:
Favorite Video Games:
NCAA Football
Favorite Music or Musicians:
Mumford & Sons, Eminem, Rush,
Great Books Read Recently:
King of Capital

An Interview with MichaelToddPrice

Last updated: 2/26/2016
The Fool:
Tell us an amusing anecdote about your childhood.
Moved 5 times, and no my dad wasn't in the military
The Fool:
How'd you find out about the Fool? (Make your answer as colorful and truthful as possible.)
I read the Motley Fool investment guide for teens.
The Fool:
What was your first educational exposure to investing?
I went to a seminar about leadership with my mom and part of it was on investing. The next day I went to the libary and borrowed a lot of investing books, the first (and only one) I read was The Motley Fool Investment Guide For Teens, after that I read the Motley Fool Investment Guide, and decided not to read the books on Options and Day Trading
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