There were 2,095 billionaires on Earth in 2020. With a net worth of $8 trillion. Of this number, $1,128.50 billion accounts for the top 10 rich men in the world. Below are the ten most rich men in the world.
Elon Musk $195 billion
Elon Musk is a millionaire of South African birth. He co-founded and formed SpaceX with PayPal. He invested in Tesla. And he is also the chief executive officer.
He became a millionaire in his late 20s. As his net worth crossed $185bn, Elon Musk has become the world's richest person. Since Tesla's share price rose, he moved into the top spot.
Jeff Bezos $185 billion
He is the founder of Amazon, the largest ecom in the world. It also has a grocery chain. It posted $281 billion in sales in 2019.
Bill Gates $132 billion
Everyone loves Microsoft's current CEO. It is his kindness that puts him on the list of the rich men in the world. He is 65 years of age and still believes in raising his net worth.
Bernard Arnault $110 Billion
To many, he is a hero. His way of gaining wealth is unique. And, thus, loved by many. He has ensured that his ranking among the top with net Worth is in the 4th spot. He owns labels like Louis Vuitton and Sephora.
Mark Zuckerberg $100 billion
He is the Facebook Inc. co-founder and CEO. He is the youngest billionaire. And several times, he has found his way into Forbes. He has a part in Reliance Industries.
Warren Buffett $85.2 billion
He is the smartest guy one can come across. His approach to the market is out of the box. Much of his money is from the stock market.
He is Coca-Cola .'s biggest shareholder. He also has stakes in American Airlines, United, Southwest, and Delta.
Larry Page $83.6 billion
Along with his wife, he had the goal of making Google Inc. the world's largest firm. Well, he managed to do the same, but he had to leave his job to take care of his life. He is the co-founder of Google's holding firm Alphabet. In December 2019, Larry resigned from his job.
Larry Ellison $79.7 billion
He is the co-founder and chairman of the oracle. He has stakes in many firms. And he also plans to spend in future. He's one of the few whose fortune this year hasn't shrunk.
Steve Ballmer $79.1 billion
He is the ninth richest person. He is Microsoft's former CEO. He owns the Los Angeles basketball team. He took part in 2014 as a fan. He purchased the squad for $2 billion, and since that day, he has loved it.
Sergey Brin $78.8 billion
The last one on our list of the world's top rich men is Sergey Brin. In the year 2019, he stepped down from the rank of Alphabet President. Today, he's known for his fortune and his job as a director of the firm's board.