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The billionaire owner of the Dallas Mavericks, Mark Cuban recently made a huge investment in Netlix's Stock and he kindly shared his thoughts with the public on October 17th 2014. Mark Cuban announced that he bought 50,000 shares Netflix Inc. (NFLX) which adds up to a $17 million dollar investment. Netflix (NFLX) stock has been rising at a fast pace in 2015 doubling in price so Mark Cuban definitely made a smart investment buying cheap in 2014 and gave everyone to opportunity to play along and double their investment in a short period of time.
Bono is mostly known for his music; however, he is also known for his truly savvy business investments. His private equity firm, Elevation Partners, manages over $2 billion in assets, which include companies like Forbes, MarketShare and Yelp. But their biggest asset was acquired in 2009 when they invested $90 million for a 1.5% stake in Facebook. When Facebook went public in 2013 and sold for $100 billion, he walked away with $1.5 billion.
With a recent investment in Reddit, rapper and weed smoker Snoop Dogg has attained the status of "venture capitalist," and he's just getting started. Snoop Dogg developed a lot of relationships with VC funds, hedge funds and Snoop has has invested in about 15 companies including Ustream, Reddit, Eaze, Secret, Robinhood, and Philz Coffee.
In 1997, William Shatner became the official spokesperson for Priceline.com (PCLN). Reportedly William Shatner insisted on receiving Priceline stock as compensation instead of cash for his role in the company. Ten years later, he cashed out making a cool $600 million. Not a bad gig!
The famous movie star Ashton Kutcher has become the poster child of celebrity net-preneurs thanks to his early round investments in social magazine Flipboard, location-based app Foursquare, and voice-over Internet protocol service Skype, which then was sold to tech giant Microsoft for $8.5 billion. Two of the more recent and successful tech investments by Kutcher include social networking-enabled photo sharing and messaging app Path, and San Francisco-based online consumer oriented travel company Hipmunk.
Leonardo DiCaprio is active in the tech investment world, putting his money behind ventures that are trying to break onto the scene. For example in 2011, he made some headlines for putting money into the company Mobli, a startup trying to compete with the photo sharing, tractor beam app Instagram. Years later Mobli entered the NASDAQ Private Market in 2014.