Eric Bolling’s net worth
Facts of Eric Bolling’s net worth
|Net worth||$18 Million|
|Date of Birth:||1963 March 2|
|Age:||60 years old|
Eric Bolling's net worth: $18 Million
A former baseball player turned commodity trader and television personality; Eric Bolling is an influential Fox News personality. He has provided financial perspectives on various Fox shows. Bolling, who is a political commentator, financial analyst, and author, has an estimated net worth of over $15 million, and an estimated annual salary of around $10 million. The Illinois-born conservative television personality currently co-hosts "The Five" and hosts "Cashin' In" for Fox. Eric previously served five years on the board of directors at the NYMEX (now CME Group) before becoming a strategic advisor to the board. Trader Monthly listed Bolling on its list of Top 100 Traders in 2005 and 2006. In 2016, he released his first book, Wake Up America, which turned out to be a New York Times bestseller.
Early Life and Education
Born on March 2, 1963, Eric grew up Catholic in Chicago, Illinois; U.S. Bolling completed grade school from Queens of all Saints Basilica followed by high school at Loyola Academy. He earned his BA in Economics from Rollins College, Florida in 1984. In addition, he was also awarded a fellowship to study at the Duke’s University School of Public Policy. In 1988, Pittsburgh Pirate drafted Erich in the 22nd round of the 1984 Major League Baseball Draft. The famous team then moved him to its affiliate in the rookie-level Golf Coast League. Unfortunately, his baseball career ended following a torn rotator cuff injury. Eric then tried decided to try his hand on commodity trading. Ultimately, he became an experienced commodity trader on the New York Mercantile Market as well. Nonetheless, he specialized on gold, natural gas, crude oil, and other commodities. In January 2007, Bolling also won the Maybach Man of the Year Award at the Trader Monthly Awards. In August 2007, Eric left CNBC and moved to Fox News Channel as a financial analyst to host the show Happy Hour. He was a member of the original regular panel for CBS' Fast Money, a financial stock trading talk show, before joining Fox.
Perfect Personal Life
The 53 years old man has maintained a perfect balance between his professional and personal life. He enjoys 19 years-long run relationship with his wife, Adrienne Bolling. The pair tied their wedding knot in the year 1997. They have one son, Eric Chase.
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