The Best Investments on Shark Tank USA

Daymond John’s Best Shark Tank Investments

Daymond John, investor on Shark Tank.

Daymond John earned his pin-stripes, and the right to be called one of the most successful self-made multi-millionaires ever, by starting FUBU in his mother’s basement in Queens and going on to create one of the most recognizable clothing brands in the world, worth about $6 billion. Over the years on Shark Tank, John has impressed viewers with his business expertise and made some incredibly profitable investments. Investing in approximately 15% of the pitches he’s heard, here are a few Daymond John’s best Shark Tank investments….

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Barbara Corcoran’s Best Shark Tank Investments

Barbara Corcoran, investor on Shark Tank.

Barbara Corcoran actively preaches the importance of having the courage to go after your goals, and of not being fearful of failure. Believe it or not, Corcoran was initially rejected by ABC producers when they were deciding upon the coveted investor spots for Shark Tank. However, rather than simply move on to something else, Corcoran says she “sat down and wrote the best email of [her] life”. This immediately changed the minds of the show’s producers and, subsequently, Corcoran has gone on to have incredible successes as an investor on the show, investing in about 16% of the pitches she’s heard. Here are some of her best investments on Shark Tank…

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Lori Greiner’s Best Shark Tank Investments

Lori Greiner, investor on Shark Tank.

Before Shark Tank, Lori Greiner was best known as the charming QVC network host, and the creator of the show Clever and Unique Creations. As a prolific inventor and businesswoman, Greiner has launched over 400 products, holds over 120 patents globally, and is a best-selling author. She takes her passion to Shark Tank and is fondly known as “The Warm Blooded Shark”. However, she is no less fierce when it comes to identifying and securing a good deal. Greiner is the most active Shark, investing in approximately 20% of all pitches heard, and has a 90% success rate on new items launched. Here are some of Lori Greiner’s greatest investments on ABC’s Shark Tank…

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Robert Herjavec’s Best Shark Tank Investments

Robert Herjavec, investor on Shark Tank.

Since the beginning of Shark Tank, technology tycoon Robert Herjavec has been a wealth of both funding and expertise for budding entrepreneurs appearing each week. Having built his own multi-million dollar IT empire from the ground up, and now running fast-growing security software company The Herjavec Group, Robert Herjavec has a lot to offer. His rate of ‘investment per pitch heard’ is on the lower end of the scale when compared to some of the other Sharks, averaging at about 11%. However, when he did invest in them, Herjavec led many entrepreneurs to business success. Here are some of Robert Herjavec’s biggest and most successful investments…

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Kevin O’Leary’s Best Shark Tank Investments

Kevin O’Leary, investor on Shark Tank.

Kevin O’Leary may only invest in approximately 8% of the pitches he’s heard, the lowest of all the Sharks, but he often holds out for just the right opportunity to come his way. When he does invest, the self-made multi-millionaire and entrepreneur brings success to the table. Here are some of the most successful investments made by Kevin O’Leary on Shark Tank…

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