Lenny Dykstra is investing again
Freed from prison, the former baseball star has launched a new investment website.
Josh Brown pointed us to the site, NailsInvestments.com.
In its "About" section, Dykstra claims he sold a set of car wash businesses for $50 million and touts the success of his newsletter, "Nails on the Numbers," which was previously published on TheStreet.com.
He does not mention his conviction but notes he is not a registered financial advisor.
He says Nails Investments will be focused on "Deep in the Money Calls," which he describes as "option trading strategies for investors."
In 2012, Dykstra plead guilty to felony bankruptcy fraud, concealment of assets and money laundering. He served 6.5 months in a California penitentiary.
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