“We wanted to do something that was more user-friendly, that was more Main Street, you don’t have to be a Wall Street trader to get it. We wanted viewers to turn on the show and learn something, but also get business news and entertainment.”
The FBN anchor spent 19 years trading natural gas, crude oil, gold and other commodities on the New York Mercantile Exchange — so he knows how to talk business.
Bolling’s FBN colleague and Mendham, N.J. resident Neil Cavuto told Park Place Magazine:
“He’s a Jersey boy like me; he just calls ‘em as he sees ‘em. Viewers sense that clear, blunt approach. That’s why so many are drawn to Eric and his show.”
“When you see your name in the show’s title logo,” Bolling said proudly to the magazine, “it makes all the long hours worth it.”
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