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Mark Cuban owns just a handful of stocks and 'a whole lot of cash'
august 2018 by neerajsinghvns
Mark Cuban owns just a handful of stocks and 'a whole lot of cash'
"I'm down to maybe four dividendowning stocks, two shorts, and Amazon and Netflix," the billionaire says.
Matthew J. Belvedere
Billionaire entrepreneur Mark Cuban told CNBC on Monday that he's holding much more cash than he normally does because he's concerned about the stock market and U.S debt levels.
"I'm down to maybe four dividendowning stocks, two shorts, and Amazon and Netflix. I've got a whole lot of cash on the sidelines," Cuban said on "Fast Money Halftime Report." "[I'm] ready, willing and able if something happens" to invest.
Cuban said Amazon and Netflix are his biggest holdings. But he refused to reveal his short positions, the stocks that he's betting against. "I'll keep that to myself."
"Put aside tariffs, put aside what the president is doing, he's got his reasons," said Cuban, an outspoken critic of Donald Trump as a candidate and as president. "There just no way where you can say, 'I just trust everything that's going on.' And that concerns me."
"We borrowed from the future to kind of pump up the current market," said Cuban, owner of the NBA's Dallas Mavericks. Running up the national debt is just as bad as the Federal Reserve continuing historically low interest rates much longer than needed after the 2008 financial crisis, he contended.
"If I get a feeling that [economic] growth will continue at 4plus percent and the debt will then come down, then I'll get back into the market," said Cuban.
The "Shark Tank" investor provided no update in Monday's CNBC interview on whether he might run for the White House in 2020. Asked in June whether he's given more thought to running, Cuban told The New York Times via email then, "Yes. But not willing to discuss at this point."
Disclosure: CNBC owns the exclusive offnetwork cable rights to "Shark Tank," which features Mark Cuban as a panelist.
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"I'm down to maybe four dividendowning stocks, two shorts, and Amazon and Netflix," the billionaire says.
Matthew J. Belvedere
Billionaire entrepreneur Mark Cuban told CNBC on Monday that he's holding much more cash than he normally does because he's concerned about the stock market and U.S debt levels.
"I'm down to maybe four dividendowning stocks, two shorts, and Amazon and Netflix. I've got a whole lot of cash on the sidelines," Cuban said on "Fast Money Halftime Report." "[I'm] ready, willing and able if something happens" to invest.
Cuban said Amazon and Netflix are his biggest holdings. But he refused to reveal his short positions, the stocks that he's betting against. "I'll keep that to myself."
"Put aside tariffs, put aside what the president is doing, he's got his reasons," said Cuban, an outspoken critic of Donald Trump as a candidate and as president. "There just no way where you can say, 'I just trust everything that's going on.' And that concerns me."
"We borrowed from the future to kind of pump up the current market," said Cuban, owner of the NBA's Dallas Mavericks. Running up the national debt is just as bad as the Federal Reserve continuing historically low interest rates much longer than needed after the 2008 financial crisis, he contended.
"If I get a feeling that [economic] growth will continue at 4plus percent and the debt will then come down, then I'll get back into the market," said Cuban.
The "Shark Tank" investor provided no update in Monday's CNBC interview on whether he might run for the White House in 2020. Asked in June whether he's given more thought to running, Cuban told The New York Times via email then, "Yes. But not willing to discuss at this point."
Disclosure: CNBC owns the exclusive offnetwork cable rights to "Shark Tank," which features Mark Cuban as a panelist.
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august 2018 by neerajsinghvns
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december 2017 by neerajsinghvns
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Types of Numbers
october 2017 by neerajsinghvns
Types of Numbers
There are many different types of numbers,
Natural, or counting numbers . These are the first numbers you learn about as a child, perhaps as someone had you count the number of apples in a bag (1, 2, 3, 4, 6, ...). We will refer to this set of numbers as the positive integers.
Whole numbers . This is just the number zero included with the counting numbers (0, 1, 2, 3, 4, ...). We will call this the set of nonnegative integers.
Integers . These are the whole numbers, extended to include negative number values (...3, 2, 1, 0, 1, 2, 3, ...).
Rational numbers . Any number that can be expressed as a ratio of integers, or if you prefer a fraction. This includes all integers and numbers like 2/3, 12/5, 782387/2478923, 0/432, etc.. All rational numbers have a decimal equivalent. For example 11/4 = 2.75, 4/3 = 1.333333..., and 1/7 = 0.14285714285714285... The decimal equivalent of rational numbers always end in a repeating digit, or series of digits. The the three examples just listed, the decimal equivalent of 11/4 ends with a repeating 0, 4/3 ends with a repeating 3, and 1/7 ends with the sequence 14285 repeating forever.
Irrational numbers . Numbers that have a decimal equivalent, however they don't have a repeating digit or series of digits. This also means that one cannot find a ratio of integers that is exactly equal to the number. Common examples of irrational numbers are the square root of 2 and π.
Real numbers . All the rationals plus all the irrationals.
Imaginary numbers . Any real number multiplied by the square root of 1. Often the square root of 1 is referred to as i or j. So an imaginary number can be written as 3.2i or 8.77j. It is OK to use irrational multiplying numbers, so πj is a perfectly reasonable imaginary number.
Complex numbers . Any real number added to any imaginary number, such a 2+3j.
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There are many different types of numbers,
Natural, or counting numbers . These are the first numbers you learn about as a child, perhaps as someone had you count the number of apples in a bag (1, 2, 3, 4, 6, ...). We will refer to this set of numbers as the positive integers.
Whole numbers . This is just the number zero included with the counting numbers (0, 1, 2, 3, 4, ...). We will call this the set of nonnegative integers.
Integers . These are the whole numbers, extended to include negative number values (...3, 2, 1, 0, 1, 2, 3, ...).
Rational numbers . Any number that can be expressed as a ratio of integers, or if you prefer a fraction. This includes all integers and numbers like 2/3, 12/5, 782387/2478923, 0/432, etc.. All rational numbers have a decimal equivalent. For example 11/4 = 2.75, 4/3 = 1.333333..., and 1/7 = 0.14285714285714285... The decimal equivalent of rational numbers always end in a repeating digit, or series of digits. The the three examples just listed, the decimal equivalent of 11/4 ends with a repeating 0, 4/3 ends with a repeating 3, and 1/7 ends with the sequence 14285 repeating forever.
Irrational numbers . Numbers that have a decimal equivalent, however they don't have a repeating digit or series of digits. This also means that one cannot find a ratio of integers that is exactly equal to the number. Common examples of irrational numbers are the square root of 2 and π.
Real numbers . All the rationals plus all the irrationals.
Imaginary numbers . Any real number multiplied by the square root of 1. Often the square root of 1 is referred to as i or j. So an imaginary number can be written as 3.2i or 8.77j. It is OK to use irrational multiplying numbers, so πj is a perfectly reasonable imaginary number.
Complex numbers . Any real number added to any imaginary number, such a 2+3j.
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