Mark Cuban: Only Morons Start a Business on a Loan

Saturday, September 30, 2017

June 14 (Bloomberg) — Entrepreneur Mark Cuban discusses the U.S. Economy and starting a business with Trish Regan at the Clinton Global Initiative in Chicago on Bloomberg Television’s “Street Smart.” (Source: Bloomberg)

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20 Comments

  1. Frank Sotelo says:

    India people start convenience stores on loans that's good there Morans and idiot's I ain't racist but those mf have a bad attitude i hate those India fuckers

  2. Herp Derp says:

    Wrong mark cuban I started a business off of a loan and it worked out perfectly you moron. I actually worked hard too and I don't just watch my team play to get payed

  3. Parmeet Baweja says:

    Tell that to hugh hefner…..

  4. riptorn says:

    How else are you supposed to do it? most people don't have tens of thousands laying around bud.

  5. King Melo says:

    That's the entrepreneurial way. Finding a way out of no way.

  6. cleverchaleigh says:

    Since wonder boy, here, didn't give us actual advice about what alternative to loans is. . .Does anyone have any fucking suggestions on starting a business without a loan??!!

  7. Shovel est says:

    This guy sucks cocks in some dim basement for foodstamps nigga

  8. BUSINESS LICENSE says:

    Most businesses need a loan I found these guys who help startups onlinefunding .com Check them out

  9. Bob Langan says:

    This guy is an absolute asshole I'm not even going to watch the program and leave a comment
    One lady owns $400 million in real estate without one penny coming out of our pocket
    The money he's tied up and she does have cash flow not bad for somebody starting a business without a fucking penny

  10. Grady Thigpen says:

    If you need business loan check out businessloanplanet. org

  11. Charles Reed says:

    He has a bad attitude, should be humble, success is about selling yourself as a brand as well

  12. Johnny Nemo says:

    So apparently you somehow don't need capital to create a product, let alone have enough material to create enough of a product to sell it, hire people to create a product, market the product, and market it. Good to know.

  13. Bloggin Brandi says:

    There are businesses which require no capital.

  14. Sonny Formato says:

    You want real advise ask a Small Business owner who still remembers.. Marc seems to have a short memory

  15. Sonny Formato says:

    This coming from a guy who borrowed thousands from friends and family to start the business that made him rich.. What a dick.. Every body knows IT TAKES MONEY TO MAKE MONEY.. He said "Next to no capitol" not NO Capitol .. Believe me people YOU NEED MONEY TO START A BUSINESS no matter what it is… Especially if you have a location. Rent while your going, electric, insurance in most cases, Point of purchase , product to sell, etc.. it goes on and on.. This dick head seems to have forgot his history of how he started his own companies.. Including borrowing 30k from mom and dad and over 1 million from friends and family.. It paid off luckily, but remember, he almost went to jail doing it and had to fight the SEC over millions… I hate these kind of rich asshole giving bad advise

  16. promovator1 says:

    What a hypocrite.
    What a hypocrite.
    What a hypocrite.
    What a hypocrite.
    What a hypocrite.
    What a hypocrite.
    What a hypocrite.

  17. Jay Sprezz says:

    Look, I'm not trying to discourage anyone from starting their own business, but the info from this fool is pure BS and condescending. Especially these days as it applies to the majority of people. Regardless of how capital is acquired and regardless of what your business or product is, the reality is that 99% of all startups require a boat load of cash AND time that your willing and able to throw away. This is not a reality for the common individual like it was back in the day. It takes a lot of money to make a lot of money.

  18. muy thai says:

    joe harding yeah i know i just found that out in 1979 a guy loaned mark 15 grand to buy a bar look i like mark but he is a hypocrite i agree if u can avoid a loan u should problem is most people need that loan to get started the problem with loans is of course the interest if u can get a no interest loan from from friends or family go for it if its a bank only borrow what u need and make sure that interest rate is as low as possible u dont want the bank to sucker u out all the money u earn that would otherwise be profit

  19. SonOfLight says:

    I can't wait til he's my Slave in Gods Kingdom

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