News: PC: Jerry Jones: Net Worth Revealed for Dallas Cowboys Owner

buybuydandavis

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He keeps developing North Texas, that numbers going to exponentially increase. His land company has already scooped up hundreds of acres in Celina and Prosper area.
Texas is a good place to have land. Should be relatively booming for the next couple of decades at least.
 

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Jones has a net worth of $13.4 billion. His net worth is increased over the years as it was set at $2.7 billion in 2013. Jones is ranked the 44th richest person in the world US and No. 185 among billionaires.
Sunce Dak has been here his net worth has gone up 9 billion . . . and you all say The Dak Fan boys are not in his ear.

But we all know the real reason Jerry is killing it . . . All those newly converted Soccer Fans that keep becoming citizens every day

Every time Dak throws a TD . . They scream Goal
 

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Ok Jerry go buy the cardinals and prove to everybody you can build a winner!!!
 
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Why do people care what Jerry's net worth is?

His net worth does exactly zero to help win games
 

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Jones has a net worth of $13.4 billion. His net worth is increased over the years as it was set at $2.7 billion in 2013. Jones is ranked the 44th richest person in the world US and No. 185 among billionaires.
He's my estranged father!
 

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And his team sucks.
His team made the playoffs two years in a row. They are not top 5 but, definitely top 10 and number 1 in all the sports media circles. They make news on every news outlet. What's not to like at Jerry World.
 

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I punched in $150 million present value, $8 billion future value, and 34 years in my HP 10bII+.
Got 12.40 interest a year as a result. For those of you who do this for living, is this correct?
Don’t think I can afford the hourly rate on the answer though.
 
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