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We like data so we spent some time analyzing Shark Tank’s investment results for seasons 1 and 2. Below are the results. As you’ll see, there are def some surprises.
The most active investor over both seasons 1 and 2 is . Although she is dead last in season 2 with only 1 investment (more of a goldfish than a shark some have said) her activity in season 1 was significant. We wonder if those didn’t pan out so well and hence Barbara has slowed down as a result or perhaps if real estate is back, she’d prefer to invest her time and assets into that domain instead of .
On the average investment side, wins but in fairness, he has fewer investments given he’s only been on season 2. When looking at largest avg investment for a shark who was on both season 1 and 2, the winner is Daymond John whose average comes in at $128,000.
In terms of total money invested, does win coming in at over $1.5 million offered with Barbara Corcoran coming in second at over $1.4 million.
Surprisingly, doesn’t lead on any of these measures suggesting perhaps that his bark is worse than his bite. But even with that said, Kevin has offered to invest almost $1 million in 8 companies pitching on Shark Tank.
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