Here's what these big earners on TV should be investing in
With casts of hit shows raking in the bucks, the big earners on TV need to start investing. ET Panache brings them some handy suggestions.
With Emilia Clarke raking in a whopping $300,000 per episode on Game of Thrones as Daenerys Targaryen, she’s got to keep her money is a safe place — away from her fire-breathing-money-burning dragons.
Her top three investments should include:
Full cover insurance policy for damages caused by dragons.
Round the clock medical assistance to keep away poisoners and any sign of the “Targaryen madness” that plagued her father and brother
A home that she can finally call her own. Or maybe five — she can fly on the back of her dragons for speedy visits.
It pays to be smart as Sheldon on The Big Bang Theory. Earning $1 million per episode, Sheldon may be smart but we’re sure he could use a little help when it comes to investing. His top three investments can include:
Collectors editions of his favourite comic books.
Flight ticket on Virgin Galactic — there’s no chance of it exploding mid-air if Sheldon is on board.
A train station. Why? Because he loves trains and doesn’t need to validate his investment to anyone.
Walden Schmidt of Two and a Half Men is already a billionaire. Ashton is getting there by earning $750,000 per episode.
Here’s how his internet tycoon alter ego should be investing his hard earned cash:
Bitcoin — it’s the future of money.
A Silicon Valley trademark outfit store that sells Adidas sandals, hoodies, turtle necks and infi nity scarves.
Given his entrepreneurial spirit, this young techie should put his partying aside; invest in a new business, make a few billions, resume partying. Repeat.
Don Draper was named one of the most influential men in 2009 — he beat real life people! The star earns $270,000 per episode on Mad Men and like his tastes; Don’s investments should also refl ect the finer things in life:
Good whiskey. Nothing more, nothing less. Only the best will do.
A walk-in closet for all his made to measure suits.
A personal assistant for his personal life.