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Mila Kunis is so glad Ashton Kutcher didn't listen to her when she told him not to invest in Uber or Bitcoin

1 month ago   |   By Metro

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Mila Kunis has revealed she doesn't share the same ability to make good investment decisions as her husband Ashton Kutcher after she previously told him not to put money in Uber and Bitcoin.
Indeed, the What Happens in Vegas actor has become celebrated for his acumen as a venture capitalist after early investments in rising companies such as Skype and Airbnb.
However, the 43-year-old might have missed out on some very lucrative investments if he'd listened to his partner.
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