Ex-Radstar Lance Armstrong would have earned a lot of money with an Uber investment – up to 3.2 billion dollars.
He fell a long way, but Lance Armstrong never had money. The American, who was the record champion of the Tour de France until his transfer as a winner with seven victories, owes this to a smart investment. At least that's how he tells it.
In 2009 he invested $ 100,000 in shares in taxi driver Uber. At that time the company was worth about $ 3.7 million. Today? The company is estimated at 120 billion. A crazy jump!
Means: Armstrong has correctly collected. He does not want to reveal exactly how much he earns. In an interview with the CNBC television station, he is asked whether he has earned "10, 20, 30, 40 or 50 million". "One of them," he answers.
But it can be more. It depends on how exactly his shares look like and whether he has sold part of it in the meantime. In the maximum case, however, the Texan could have earned $ 3.2 billion!
In any case, the sum was "too good to be true." The money saved his family. In April, in a lawsuit against the US government and ex-teammate Floyd Landis, he agreed to pay 5 million damages if he lost in court if he lost 96 million. In addition, he had to pay further damages, including 10 million to the insurance company SCA Promotions. (Ec)