General Information

Name:
Jon Quast
Fool Since:
January 19 2008
Aliases:
thequast (10/31/2019)

Investing Basics

Investing Experience:
Medium High
Risk Tolerance:
Medium
Investing Style:
Long-Term Buy to Hold
Portfolio Size:
Large (12 or more Stocks)
Types of Investments:
I've been accused of being a numbers guy. Guilty as charged. Investing always comes back to numbers at the end of the day. In the stock market, I'm attracted to any company running its business well, while identifying new business opportunities to keep growing.
Stocks I Own:
BIOS, BOX, CCL, DBI, DKS, FIVE, FND, GPRO, GRPN, HABT, IRBT, ISBC, KDP, LOW, MKSI, MU, NDAQ, PBPB, PYPL, SPLK, SRNE, SWIR, TREX, TRIP, TWOU, TXMD, TXRH, URI, WPG, Bitcoin, Ethereum

Investing Favorites

Industries:
Consumer Goods, Technology

Investing Expertise

Greatest Investment:
Marvel, Texas Roadhouse
Worst Investment:
Gevo

Interests

My Interests:
I enjoy surfing at the beach while listening to a punk rock band who has traded in their amps for acoustic guitars
Person(s) I'd Like To Meet:
Sequoyah
Favorite Restaurants or Foods:
Checker's Burger, Hardee's, Noodles & Company
Favorite Vacation Spots:
Smokey Mountains
Favorite Sports or Teams:
Jacksonville Jaguars
Favorite Movies:
Captain America: the First Avenger, The Dark Knight, Wayne's World 2
Favorite Board Games:
Risk
Favorite Video Games:
Super Mario Brothers 3, Tecmo Super Bowl
Favorite Music or Musicians:
Relient K, Aerosmith
Great Books Read Recently:
The Power of Babel - John McWhorter
Book Currently Reading:
Lincoln on Leadership

An Interview with TMFJaguar

Last updated: 7/18/2014
The Fool:
What's the best restaurant you've ever been to? (Include name, location, and average bill for two.)
TMFJaguar:
El Ranchito, Jackson MI, under $20. Authentic homecooked Guatemalan food. Sadly I hear it's closed down now.
The Fool:
What's the best product you use that most people don't know about?
TMFJaguar:
Sawyer has a water filter that filters down to the .02 micron...about 10 times more effective than most water filters out there. It's lightweight, and has a lifetime guarantee. Whether camping or travelling overseas it's great.
The Fool:
In what way would society be different if bears had become the dominant sentient species?
TMFJaguar:
There would be way less forest fires. Picnic baskets would be currency.
[Read the full Interview]
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