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Here, “Jeopardy!” Matt Amodio, who raised $ 1.5 million in his film, plans to invest his winnings.

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Matt Amodio, his “Jeopardy!” ended earlier this week, saying Thursday it has no risky investment plans for its gains.

“I’ve got a boring response. I’m making and holding a long-term investment,” Amodio said at Squawk on the Street.

Before losing in an episode aired on Monday, Amodio released “Jeopardy!” He also won 38 games. Amodio, of course, ended its total earnings before taxes with $ 1,518,601.

In the show, Amodio played in an aggressive style, looking for the Daily Double and bet big money when he found them. He said his “danger!” He does not want a similar approach when investing in. payment date.

“I don’t do day-to-day trading. Tracking is superfluous for me,” said Amodio of Ohio, who holds a doctorate in computer science from Yale University. “But when index funds are tied to a small number of bonds, balancing each year, how can you make a mistake, right?”

“Danger!” contestant Matt Amodio during the filming of the popular game show.

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Amodio’s $ 1.5 million “Danger!” The third biggest amount won in a regular season in the film. Jennings came in first with $ 2.52 million, followed by James Holsauer, who won 32 games in a row in 2019, with $ 2.46 million.

Although he often won in the running style, Amodio did his “Danger!” the line is now over.

“I was a little surprised, but not so surprised. I waited for that moment 38 times before my 39th game and I’ve won every time before,” Amodio said. “But I knew it was always an opportunity.”

Amodio’s attention-grabbing “danger!” coincided with the transition to a long-running television show, trying to find a permanent place for the late Alex Trebeck.

After a number of guests, including David Faber’s hosts, Mike Richards was found to be a permanent host in August. But he was fired as the show’s executive producer after insulting comments about Jews, women and people with disabilities surfaced.

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