Rick Aristotle Munarriz
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Rick Aristotle Munarriz has been writing for the Fool since 1995. With roughly 2,000 Fool.com bylines to his credit, Rick has written for just about every online and offline feature in the Fool library. He created the Dueling Fools feature and invites anyone to argue otherwise. He has appeared often on The Motley Fool Radio Show and techTV's Money Machine, been profiled in Individual Investor Magazine, and speaks at investing forums. He was a contributing writer to The Motley Fool Investment Workbook.
Rick lives in Coral Gables, Fla., with his wife and two mischievous sons. He earned his M.B.A. from the University of Miami in 1990. When he's not breaking down stocks or hunting for the perfect pun, he can be found either chasing record-breaking roller coasters or composing music. His band Paris By Air was signed to Sony's Columbia Records and released a few Billboard Dance Chart hits just over a dozen years ago. One hit shy of being a one-hit wonder, he still keeps his synthesizer keyboards handy but these days prefers the computer keyboard.
In his spare time, he lends a hand to his family's frozen food distributorship, scribbles fiction, and helps promote undiscovered indie musicians as a member of the 1Sound.com founding group. Call him a Fool? That would be music to his ears.
Recent Articles by
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- 01/21/2017 - Why 2017 Is the Year to Invest in Fast-Casual Stocks
- 01/20/2017 - Better Buy: Fitbit Inc. vs. Apple
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