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“What's In Your Wallet?"
It's been asked by seafaring vikings, and Jimmy Fallon. And David Spade. And Alec Baldwin. But in recent months, no one's made better use of the inquiry than Piers Morgan.
In November, the CNN host had billionaire Warren Buffett going into his pocket. A month later he forced his former boss Donald Trump to dig into his billfold, and reveal “I have very little cash on me. I like to keep it that way."
And this evening at 9, Mark Cuban is the latest 10-figure man asked to unmask his money.
"I've got some credit cards, a debit card, drivers license," lists the Dallas Mavericks owner as he riffles through his possessions atop the "Piers Morgan Live" anchor desk. As for some cold hard cash, well, the 55-year-old billionaire expected to find more, until he remembered a recent excursion to Sin City.
"Probably about 700 dollars now, because I was just in Vegas."
While Cuban admits that money alone can't buy happiness – and he'd know, because he has a lot of it! – he does believe that being financially stable will result in a certain sense of calm:
"It relieves a lot of stress," he says, before noting certain qualifiers. "If you were miserable when you were poor, you're going to be miserable when you're rich, because you still have the same issues and the same stresses ... [but] money's a whole lot better than no money."
Tune in this evening at 9, as Piers Morgan and Mark Cuban delve deeper into a range of issues, including a conversation that covers guns, gays, technology, and "Shark Tank."
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