Mark Cuban says his ‘Shark Tank’ investments are mostly winners

When you’ve ever puzzled how startups on Shark Tank work out, Mark Cuban supplied an insider’s perspective on his means to choose a winner.

Via Enterprise Insider, Cuban advised an viewers on the Wall Avenue Journal‘s WSJD Live Conference final week that almost all of these startups from the present have turned out to be good investments.

“Of the 71 startups that I’ve invested in by Shark Tank, two have gone out of enterprise, three are so silly they don’t know they’re out of enterprise, after which most likely 50, give or take, are in progress,” he mentioned to the WSJ viewers in accordance with BI.

One among Cuban’s newest investments relies in Seattle, You Kick Ass, the female-led firm that makes 3D-printed motion figures that remodel the on a regular basis individual right into a superhero figurine.

Cuban continued to interrupt down the maths for the viewers inquisitive about his Shark Tank investments saying that 10 or 11 are netting from at the very least half one million as much as $20 million in income per yr, including that about “30 %” have retuned his preliminary investments.

“To me, the extra essential factor is the ’80/20 Rule,’ ” Cuban advised the WSJ viewers. “So if I’ve the 20% that I feel can actually take off, that’s what I actually care about.”

Perhaps Cuban ought to seek the advice of with angel investor and Shark Tank fan Halle Tecco, who we wrote about this summer season as she tracks each episode’s funding in these handy charts.

In response to her stats, Cuban has made 80 offers up to now, investing about $19 million — above and past greater than every other Shark. So, if you happen to are an entrepreneur headed for the Shark Tank, hold this in thoughts: Cuban is your greatest guess.

See Tecco’s chart under:

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