Barstool’s Portnoy reveals personal investment strategy: ‘It’s been six-figure days’

Dave Portnoy recently revealed what he’s lost and gained while day trading.” data-reactid=”12″ type=”text”>Barstool Sports Founder and President Dave Portnoy recently revealed what he’s lost and gained while day trading.

Making Money with Charles Payne” that it’s been “six-figure days” for his personal investments.” data-reactid=”13″ type=”text”>In a FOX Business Town Hall Wednesday, Portnoy told “Making Money with Charles Payne” that it’s been “six-figure days” for his personal investments.

“I’ve deposited $5 million. I’m at about $9.5 million right now,” he said. “So I’m above $4.5 million in that. My private account is doing well and it’s been six-figure days. That’s the new slogan here. Six-figure days only.”

BARSTOOL SPORTS FOUNDER DAVE PORTNOY RETURNS AFTER CORONAVIRUS SCARE” data-reactid=”19″ type=”text”>BARSTOOL SPORTS FOUNDER DAVE PORTNOY RETURNS AFTER CORONAVIRUS SCARE

Portnoy said his investment strategy relies on momentum, strong stocks and ignoring the “doom and gloom” that some networks perceive in the markets.

“The more I got accumulated to it, my brain was able to wrap around it all,” he said. “Instead of listening to all the idiots on these networks who were telling me doom and gloom and short and this and that, I trusted myself. And we’ve had a nice turnaround.”

CLICK HERE TO READ MORE ON FOX BUSINESS” data-reactid=”22″ type=”text”>CLICK HERE TO READ MORE ON FOX BUSINESS

  • The Controversial Way Wealthy Americans Are Lowering Estate Taxes
  • Best Buy Celebrates 50 Yrs With Saleathon; Will It Turn 60?
  • Canadian Solar Is Facing More Challenges Than It Appears