Friday, June 13, 2008
Frobes.com notes that a "close look at Dykstra's portfolio raises doubts about whether the baseball All-Star turned TheStreet.com guru has been picking many of those stocks or relying on a seasoned stand-in."
Dude's retort: "It's obvious what's going on here. This is a smear job."
So he lies about his building his own portfolio. It's not like he's nearly killing his teammate while recklessly drunk driving, or juicing up to hit the long ball, or being sued by his accounting firm, or bedding underage girls.
Give the guy a break! If he wants to look bad, he'll very well do that himself. Without you nosey nellies butting in.