MikeBuckley

Mike Buckley

General Information

Name:
Mike Buckley
Fool Since:
at least December 1997
Where I Live:
Falls Church, VA

Investing Basics

Investing Style:
Long-Term Buy and Hold

Investing Favorites

Stocks:
Why is this question part of a profile?

Education And Work Information

School(s) Attended
Northwestern University School of Music
Job Title
Working hard to keep from having to work too hard

Interests

Personal Quote:
"If the stock don't go up, don't buy it." (Or something to that effect)-- Will Rogers
Person(s) I'd Like To Meet:
Benjamin Franklin
Favorite Vacation Spots:
The next place I visit that I haven't seen.
Favorite Sports or Teams:
None
Favorite Music or Musicians:
Classical (Brahms) and Traditional Jazz
Great Books Read Recently:
Anything and everything about Benjamin Franklin

An Interview with MikeBuckley

Last updated: 7/4/1998
The Fool:
Have you had a brush with fame, the proverbial '15 minutes'? Tell us about it.
MikeBuckley:
Tom Gardner did mention me and my experimental work about the YPEG in a piece of his published by SmartMoney magazine. He failed to mention that the experiment was losing big-time to the S&P 500. That work has since been abandoned.
The Fool:
If you could change one thing about your workplace, corporate culture, or family life, what would it be?
MikeBuckley:
Eliminating the the need to work would change two of the three in a way I'd like!
The Fool:
Does ethics or 'socially responsible investing' have a place in your investment approach? How so? How not?
MikeBuckley:
Only to a certain extent. I don't pretend to know all the stuff that goes on in the companies I invest in that I'd rather they not do. There probably isn't a company in the universe that is entirely "clean" on the subject of being socially responsible.
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