In an interview for CNBC, Mark Cuban described his investment portfolio: four dividend-stocks, two shorts, Amazon, Netflix, and a lot of cash. He explains the large proportion of cash by his anxiety about the market. His largest concerns are the high levels of debt in the economy, along with the Fed's policy to keep rates low for too long after the recession.
Cuban, who is critical of President Trump, says that escalating tariffs and trade conflicts are not his biggest concern but the overall state of the economy. He says that if U.S. growth persists above the 4% level, he will reconsider entering the market.
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