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Top 10 Richest Men in The World (2020)

Here are the top ten richest men in the world (2020 ):

1.Jeff Bezos

Source: Amazon

Net worth:$115.8 million

Jeff bezos is an American internet and aerospace entrepreneur, media proprietor, and investor. He is known as the founder, Chief executive officer, and president of Amazon.com, Inc. The company began as an online bookstore and has since expanded to a wide variety of other e-commerce products and services, including video and audio streaming, cloud computing, and artificial intelligence. It is currently the world’s largest online sales company, the largest internet company by revenue, as well as the world’s largest provider of AI assistance and cloud infrastructure services via its Amazon Web Services arm.


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2. Bill Gates

Source: Microsoft

Net worth: $110 billion

Bill gates is an American business magnate, software developer and philanthropist. He is known as the co-founder of Microsoft Corporation. Bill Gates co-founded Microsoft with childhood friend Paul Allen in 1975 in Albuquerque, New Mexico


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3. Bernard Arnault & family

Source: LVMH

Net worth: $101.2 billion

Bernard Arnault, $101.2bn. is a French billionaire business magnate, and art collector Arnault is the chairman and chief executive of LVMH Moët Hennessy – Louis Vuitton SE, LVMH, the world’s largest luxury-goods company. In April 2018, he became the richest person in fashion, topping Zara’s Amancio Ortega.


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4. Warren Buffett

Source: Berkshire Hathaway

Net worth:$84 billion

Warren Buffett is an American business magnate, investor, and philanthropist, who is the chairman and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway. He is considered one of the most successful investors in the world and has a net worthof US$84bn billion as of December 2019, making him the fourth-wealthiest person in the world.


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5. Mark Zuckerberg

Source: Facebook

Networth: $71 billion

Mark Zuckerberg is an American internet entrepreneur and philanthropist. Zuckerberg is known for co-founding and leading Facebook, Inc. and its namesake social networking website as its chairman, chief executive officer, and controlling shareholder. He also co-founded and is a board member of the solar sail spacecraft development project Breakthrough Starshot. As of 2019, he is the only person under 50 in the Forbes ten richest people list, and the only one under 40 in the Top 20 Billionaires list.


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6. Amancio Ortega

Source: Zara

Net worth:$70 billion

Amancio Ortega, $70bn is a Spanish billionaire businessman. He is the founder and former chairman of Inditex fashion group, best known for its chain of Zara clothing and accessories shops. As of December 2019, Ortega had a net worth of $70 billion, making him the second-wealthiest person in Europe after Bernard Arnault, and the sixth-wealthiest in the world. For a brief period of time in 2015, he was the richest man in the world, bypassing Bill Gates when his net worth peaked to $80 billion as Zara’s parent company, Inditex’s, stock peaked.


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7. Larry Ellison

Source: Software(Oracle)

Larry Ellison
Net worth:$65.6 billion

Larry Ellison is an American businessman, entrepreneur, and philanthropist who is a co-founder and the executive chairman and chief technology officer (CTO) of Oracle Corporation. As of October 2019, he was listed by Forbes magazine as the fourth-wealthiest person in the United States and as the sixth-wealthiest in the world, with a fortune of $67. 3billion, increased from $54.5 billion in 2018.


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8. Carlos Slim Helu & family

Source: Telecom

Net worth:$62.3 billion

Carlos Slim Helú is a Mexican business tycoon, investor, philanthropist, and engineer. From 2010 to 2013, Slim was ranked as the richest person in the world by the Forbes business magazine. He derived his fortune from his extensive holdings in a considerable number of Mexican companies through his conglomerate, Grupo Carso. As of October 2019, he is the eighth-richest person in the world according to Forbes’ listing of The World’s Billionaires, with he and his family having a net worth estimated at $59.5 billion. He is the richest person in Latin America.


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9 &10. Larry Page and Sergey Brin

Source: Google

Larry Page and Sergey Brin
Larry Page and Sergey Brin
Net Worth: 57.9bn

Larry Page, $57.9bn Larry Page is an American computer scientist and Internet entrepreneur. He is known for being one of the co-founders of Google along with Sergey Brin.


Top 10 Richest Children In The World

Top 10 Richest Children In The World

Here is a list of some of the worlds wealthiest children, most are born into riches while some part of their works and investment got their wealth.

Here are the top 10 richest children in the world:


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10. Jaylen Bledsoe – (Net worth around $3.5 million)

Jaylen Bledsoe
Jaylen Bledsoe (Photo by Monica Morgan/WireImage)

Jaylen Bledsoe is 17 and already the CEO of his own IT company by the name of Jaylen D. Bledsoe Group. The company was last valued at 3.5 million dollars and aims to partner with big brands and celebrities to promote and expand their brand names. Since then he has also started the ‘Young Entrepreneur University program for teenagers. Through this program Jaylen uses his success to inspire other teenagers like himself and to expose them to the world of entrepreneurship. Some of his biggest partnerships include K Swiss and AT&T as well as a broad range of celebrities such as Steve Harvey. The rapid growth of his IT company lead him into the life of internet sensation.


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9. Rico Rodriguez – ( Net Worth $6 Million )

Rico Rodriguez
Rico Rodriguez (Photo by Araya Diaz/WireImage)

Born in 1998 in Texas USA, Rico rose to fame for his role in the hit television show, Modern Family for which he earns a huge $70,000 dollars per episode. He moved to Los Angeles with his family at the age of six so his older sister (11) could chase her dream of an acting career and despite his initial disinterest, it is clear that the big city grew on him. While his sister was starring in the Disney series, Austin and Ally, Rico was working his way to stardom. His debut role was an ice cream kid prankster on Jimmy Kimmel Live which he did for almost a year before appearing in several series such as Cory in the House, iCarly and NCIS. The role that really lead him to stardom and riches however, was his role as Manny Delgado in the world renowned ABC show, Modern Family. Since landing the part in 2009 he has been nominated for a number of Screen Actors Guild Awards and Teen Choice Awards. [9]


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8. Elle Fanning – (Net worth around $5 million)

Elle Fanning
Elle Fanning

(Photo by Mike Marsland/WireImage)

Also born in 1998, Her small fortune began growing when, at the the age of three, she played the role of a younger version of her sister, Dakota Fanning’s, character in the hit film ‘I am Sam’. She again played baby Dakota in the film, Taken, before finally landing her first independent role as Jamie in Daddy Day Care. This was just the start of her career. Her biggest roles to date have been in The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, Super 8, We Bought a Zoo and Maleficent.Unlike most child actors, Elle was often hired for older, more mature characters due to her height and incredible acting abilities. This talent has lead her to many awards


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7. Jayden Smith – (Net Worth $8 Million )

Jaden Smith
Jaden Smith (Photo by Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic)

The third child millionaire born in 1998, Jayden Smith, is the son of the world famous Will Smith. Like his father, his riches come from his music and acting careers. His first television debut was in The Pursuit of Happyness where he starred alongside his father and his first independent films were The Karate Kid and The Day the Earth Stood Still. Following these incredible hits he starred again with his father in After Earth. Being born into a family of actors, Jayden was destined for the spotlight however after his film debut he turned down a path of music.His music career began with a collaboration with Justin Bieber on the track, Never Say Never before he branched out on his own to release his debut album, Syre. The album also features younger sister Willow Smith and ASAP Rocky and peaked at number 24 on the charts. His latest estimated net worth is at 8 million and rising. It will be very interesting to see where the little Smith will take his fortune next, though most recently he has launched a new venture: a vegan food truck for the homeless!


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6. Abigail Breslin – ( Net Worth $16 Million)

Abigail Breslin
Abigail Breslin (Photo by Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images)

Born in New York City in 1996, Abigail Breslin is yet another child star who has made it onto the list of the richest children in the world. Her first ever appearance on the television screen was at the age of three in a Toys “R” Us Advertisement and has starred in many big name movies since. Her biggest achievement, however, was her role in Little Miss Sunshine for which she receive a Best Actress Award and was nominated for an Academy Award. She is, to date, one of the youngest actresses to ever be nominated for an Academy Award.


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Two years later, in 2008, she was was named ShoWest’s Female Star of Tomorrow, before making her debut on Broadway.Aside from her stardom on the screen, she has also composed a number of songs including Christmas in New York, You Suck and Hurricane. On top of this she has penned a book called This May Sound Crazy which discusses the topics of love, loss and Tumblr from the prospective of this incredibly talented all rounder.


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5. Valentina Paloma Pinault – ( Net Worth $12 Million )

Valentina Paloma Pinault
Valentina Paloma Pinault (Photo by Bertrand Rindoff Petroff/Getty Images)

Born in 2007, Valentina Paloma Pinault was born to billionaire businessman Francois-Henri Pinault and Hollywood star Salma Hayek. It is therefore a no brainer that she was destined for fortune and fame. Her ancestry of French and Mexican lead her to grow up fluently speaking three languages which is an accomplishment in itself and thanks to her parents, she has also been in the spotlight since before she was even born. Just last year, her mother shared a video through social media in which she let her daughter give her a a bob haircut attracting even more attention to the already spotlighted family. Despite being branded as a mini-me version of her mother, the world is still left wondering whether she will use her confidence to follow in her mothers footsteps down a road to Hollywood, or if she will become a businesswoman and work alongside her father. It’s a question only time will answer.For now her net worth is estimated at 12 million, and that is before even beginning a career.


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4. Nick D’Aloisio – (Net Worth $30 Million)

Nick D’Aloisio
Nick D’Aloisio (Photo Credit : ROBYN BECK/AFP via Getty Images)

At the age of 15, Nick D’Aloisio created the app Summly, which summarises and condenses recent news articles into a format that can be quickly and easily read. Two years later, the app was purchased by Yahoo for 30 million dollars making Nick one of the youngest millionaires in the world.


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After selling his app design to them, Nick was then hired to work as a product manager of Yahoo News Digest where he went on to win an Apple Design Award.Despite having enough money to comfortably retire at the age of 17, Nick left his career at Yahoo to study Computer Science and Philosophy at Oxford University. During these studies he took up work as an Entrepreneur in Residence for AirBnb and has announced the later release of a new project he is working on which has raised 30 million in investments already. Exciting stuff to come from this little genius.


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3. Dannielynn Hope Marshall Birkhead – ( Net Worth $10 Million)

Dannielynn Hope Marshall Birkhead
Dannielynn Hope Marshall Birkhead (Photo by Gustavo Caballero/Getty Images for Churchill Downs)

Born in 2006, thirteen year old Dannielynn is the only surviving child of her late mother Anna Nicole Smith who was well known for her modelling and reality tv personality. At the time of her birth, drama and tabloids struck the family as her step brother passed away and a court case was opened up regarding several individuals who claimed to be the girls father. Five months after her birth, her mother passed away from a prescription drug overdose and she was awarded custody to her DNA proven biological father, photographer Larry Birkhead. Her small fortune did not however come from being in the spotlight of a long winded paternity battle. Instead it came as her biological father organised for her to get ownership of her mothers estate . This made her one of the youngest millionaires in the world. At the age of six she began walking in her mothers footsteps as she worked as a model for Guess Kids. She has also appeared in many talk shows such as Entertainment Tonight as the world follows her extremely controversial life.Her net worth is at 10 million, most of which was inherited from her mothers estate.


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2. Moulay Hassan – (Net Worth $1 Billion)

Moulay Hassan
Moulay Hassan (Photo by Aurelien Meunier/Getty Images)

Born in 2003, Moulay Hassan is the crown prince of Morocco. He became an internet sensation after attending the One Planet Summit with his father at the age of 14. He was the youngest royal to attend the event and held himself with great stature while greeting kings from all over the world. The moderator at the summit made special mention to Hassan as he expressed his delight in the young royals engagement in the sustainable development program. He is definitely a royal to look out for in the future with his strong engagement already peaking in international news. Not only will his title build on his fortune, but he also wishes to study aviation after graduating from school. Certainly a boy with a mission.


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1. Prince George Alexander Louis – ( Net Worth $3.6 Billion)

Prince George Alexander Louis
Prince George Alexander Louis (Photo by Pool/Samir Hussein/WireImage)

Born in 2013 Prince George Alexander Louis is yet another little royal to make it into the list of the worlds wealthiest children. At only the age of 6 he already has reached a fortune most of us could only imagine in our wildest dreams. He is the son of Prince William and Catherine Duchess of Cambridge and is third in line to the throne of Great Britain and the UK behind his father and grandfather.


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His birth made international news and was highly anticipated all across the globe to the point where reporters were camped out around the hospital waiting for the news. Ever since then, his face has appeared in tabloids and newspapers following the story of his family and the mischief that he and his younger siblings get up to.

He might be royalty and a billionaire at the age of 6 but he is still only a kid.Prince George Alexander Louis’ net worth is estimated at a huge 3.6 billion. Needless to say, this little boy has some mighty big shoes to fill and the whole world will be watching as he learns to walk the royal way.

Top 10 Wealthiest Club In The World

Football is more than just a game now, it is a huge source of income. Every football club in the world is now a part of something bigger. So here are the Top 10 richest club in term of income been received in 2019.

10. Tottenham Hotspur- €428.3 million ($485.6 million).

The north London club continues to see year-on-year revenue growth, thanks in large part to broadcasting deals which account for 53% of its 2018 revenue profile. Match day cash has jumped significantly in recent times because the team is temporarily housed in Wembley Stadium, meaning 70,642 fans on average have been watching Spurs live.

9. Arsenal FC- €439.2 million ($497.9 million).

Revenues are down at the Gunners. This is because the club is no longer a UEFA Champions League staple, though it did reach the UEFA Europa League semi-final last year. It finished sixth in the Premier League. The main contributor to their increased revenue this year, Emirates and Puma, also increased the total brand-value of the club.

8. Chelsea FC- €505.7 million ($573.1 million).

The Premier League team has witnessed declining standards on the pitch in recent seasons (it finished fifth in the English division and only reached the UEFA Champions League Round of 16). However, it remains a commercial powerhouse thanks to lucrative contracts with Nike and Yokohama Tyres. The recent €60-Million signing of Alvaro Morata also helped the team to attend a record highest total valuation of €1.52 Billion in 2019.

7. Liverpool FC- €513.7 million ($582.1 million).

The Reds continue to improve things on the pitch thanks to Jurgen Klopp’s wildly effective attacking approach, which saw the team reach the UEFA Champions League final. Liverpool witnessed a commendable rise of nearly €90 Million from the previous season. They obtained €251.3 Million through their revised broadcasting rights deal.

6. Paris Saint-Germain- €541.7 million ($614.13 million).

The bulk of PSG’s 2018 revenue profile came from commercial deals. Its two biggest contracts are with Nike (technical kit supplier) and Emirates (shirt sponsor). The team dominates Ligue 1, winning the French division last year, and is a UEFA Champions League staple.

5. Manchester City- €568.4 million ($644.4 million).

Despite welcoming 54,054 fans on average to its home games, matchday revenue only makes up for 11% of the club’s 2018 revenue profile, which instead relies on broadcasting deals and commercial contracts. Its technical kit supplier is Nike and shirt sponsor is Etihad Airways.

4. Bayern Munich- €629.2 million ($713.29 million).

The Bundesliga giant won the German division in 2018 and reached the UEFA Champions League semi-final. 75,354 fans on average attend Bayern home matches. Bayern Munich earned €348.7 Million through the deals with jersey sponsor Deutsche Telekom and technical kit supplier Adidas

3. Manchester United- €666 million ($755 million).

The Red Devils remain the wealthiest club in England, despite getting knocked off their perch as 2018’s richest club on the planet. The bulk of the club’s 2018 revenue profile comes from its commercial deals. it has big contracts with Adidas, who supplies its kits, and Chevrolet, who sponsor its shirts. Manchester United earned a decent amount of revenue from their shirt sponsor Chevrolet and the technical kit sponsor Adidas.

2. FC Barcelona- €690.4 million ($782.71 million).

The reigning La Liga champions continue to witness year-on-year revenue growth. Barcelona is well-supported around the planet, and has 102.7 million likes on Facebook, 63.8 million followers on Instagram, and 29 million followers on Twitter. The Catalan side generated €322.6 Million commercial revenue with their sponsorship deals with kit supplier Nike and the shirt sponsor Qatar Airways.

1. Real Madrid- €750.9 million ($851.7 million).

Unprecedented success in the UEFA Champions League can mean only one thing unprecedented success in revenue. Real won its third successive Champions League trophy last season, helping bump earnings for the overall year. It is also the most followed club on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

Top 10 Wealthiest Country In The World ( Is your country No. 1 )

Here is the top 10 wealthiest country in the global world. As more wealth is created in the world, more of it is concentrated among the richest people in the countries.

The wealthiest 10 countries in the world tend to have complex and diverse economies. Many of these countries export goods and services from a variety of industries such as pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, and aerospace.


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10. Hong Kong

Current International Dollars 66,517

A former British colony, this special administrative region of China is a gateway to the mainland and Asia’s top financial center. Ranked 4 among 190 economies in the World Bank’s Ease of Doing Business index thanks to its good infrastructure and many tax incentives, Hong Kong is an incredibly popular destination to launch a start-up, with foreigners allowed to own 100% of their businesses without any citizenship, residency or nationality requirements.

As a result, the island as a whole is extremely rich although according to government statistics one in five residents lives below the poverty line. Even so, Hong Kong is the city with the largest number of ultra high-net-worth individuals in the world (over 10,000 people with a net worth of at least $30 million).


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9. Kuwait

Current International Dollars: 67,969

A lot of oil,Kuwait makes up about 8% of the world’s total reserves. The oil industry accounts today for nearly one-half of the country’s GDP and over 90% of its exports. With a population of approximately 4 million almost entirely concentrated in urban areas, this small state on the northern edge of the Persian Gulf is one of the Middle East’s most advanced and democratic.

The country has since then taken steps to diversify its economy by allowing 100% foreign ownership in a number of sectors and offering various tax breaks to investors. Nevertheless, such changes take time to bear fruit. In the meantime, Kuwait’s parliament passed yet another budget projecting a revenue shortfall for the current fiscal year: the fifth in a row.


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8. United Arab Emirates

Current International Dollars: 70,474

Agriculture, fishing and trading pearls, these used to be the economic mainstays of this Persian Gulf nation. Then oil was discovered in the 1950s and everything changed. Today, its highly cosmopolitan population enjoy considerable wealth, traditional Islamic architecture mixes with glitzy shopping centers, and workers come from all over the world lured by tax-free salaries and year-round sunshine (to the extent that only about 20% of the people living in the country are actually locally-born). The United Arab Emirates’ economy is also becoming increasingly diversified.


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7. Norway

Current International Dollars: 76,738

Norway’s economic engine is fueled by oil. As western Europe’s top petroleum producer, the country has benefitted from rising prices after years of decline. With massive revenues pumping stimulus into the economy, the central bank governor recently decided to do the unthinkable: hike interest rates to their highest level since 2015. While the rest of Europe flirts with sub-zero rates in order to encourage investment and growth, Scandinavia’s richest nation seems to have the opposite problem: an uptick in inflation, the most glaring signal that the economy is getting stronger.

On a side note, it is also important to point out that Norwegian policymakers know that with great GDP growth comes great responsibility: contrary to many other rich nations, high per capita GDP figures are truly a reflection of people’s financial wellbeing. Norway has one of the lowest income inequality gaps in the world.


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6. Ireland

Current International Dollars: 82,439

European Union economies are going through a rough period. Amid uncertainties tied to Brexit and trade tensions, rising oil prices and Italy’s economic woes, Eurozone officials were forced to slash their growth forecast for the 19 member countries to 1.1%. The Irish economy, however, just keeps growing: in 2019, it will expand by over 4%, consolidating its role as the fastest-growing economy of the bloc following the 2008 financial crisis. A nation of less than 5 million inhabitants, Ireland was one of the hardest hit by the global downturn.

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5. Brunei Darussalam

Current International Dollars: 83,777

Brunei, lives. Thier fortune derived from the immense reserves of oil and natural gas of the country—is estimated at over $20 billion, 40 times that of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth. Despite Bolkiah’s opulence, and a per-person GDP of over $86,000, malnutrition in Brunei is commonplace. Something like 440,000 people 40% of the population earn less than $1,000 a year.


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4. Singapore

Current International Dollars: 103,717

Singapore’s economy expanded by 3.2% in 2018, a sharp slowdown compared to 2017, when it grew 3.9%. Global trade tensions can have such effects. Yet one would be hard-pressed to find any clue of this deceleration by looking at the country’s GDP per capita figures. According to the IMF, GDP per capita grew in 2017 grew to over $86,000 from the previous year, reached $89,000 in 2018, and is projected to follow this upward trend in 2019 and until at least 2024, when it is expected to jump to $99,000.

How did Singapore become so rich? When Singapore became independent in 1965, one-half of its population was illiterate. With virtually no natural resources, Singapore pulled itself up by its boostraps through hard work and smart policy, becoming one of the most business-friendly places in the world. Today, Singapore is a thriving trade, manufacturing and financial hub and 97% of the adult population is adult literate.


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3. Luxembourg

Current International Dollars: 108,813

Europe, this nation of about 600,000 has plenty to offer, both to its tourists and its citizens. Luxembourg uses a large share of its wealth to deliver better housing, healthcare and education to its people, who by far enjoy the highest standard of living in the Eurozone.

Extraordinarily, it is worth mentioning that both the global financial crisis and the pressure from the EU and OECD to reduce banking secrecy have had little impact on the economy.


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2. Macao

Current International Dollars: 122,201

In Asia’s gambling capital many are betting that Macao will climb to the first spot of the richest nation’s ranking very soon. Formerly a colony of the Portuguese Empire, since the gaming industry was liberalized in 2001 this special administrative region of the People’s Republic of China has seen its wealth growing at astounding pace. With a population just over 600,000, and more than 40 casinos spread over a territory of about 30 square kilometers, this narrow peninsula just south of Hong Kong is almost literally a money-making machine.


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1. Qatar

Current International Dollars: 134,623

Still, the country’s total GDP per person in 2019 is still projected to remain above $134,000, slightly up from last year. Qatar’s oil, gas and petrochemical reserves are so large, and its population so small just a little over 2.6 million that it has topped the list of world’s richest nations for 20 years. This feat is even more remarkable given that Saudi Arabia and its allies imposed a blockade on Qatar in 2017.

Top 10 Richest Tech Geniuses In The World(2019)

Top 10 Richest Tech Geniuses In The World.

With different inventions or being a pioneer in an important aspect of tech, these billionaires have made it to the top 10 richest for years.

They’re so successful that they don’t know what to do with their wealth or how to share it up.

Here are the top 10 richest tech geniuses in 2019:

Number 10

Azim Premji (estimated net worth $18.8 billion)

Premji is a tycoon of the Indian IT industry and Chairman of Wipro.

Number 9

Paul Allen (estimated net worth $21billion)

Paul Allen was an American business magnate, investor, researcher, humanitarian, and philanthropist.

Number 8

Michael Dell (estimated net worth: $31.0 billion)

Michael Saul Dell is an American billionaire businessman and philanthropist.

He is the founder and CEO of Dell Technologies, one of the world’s largest technology infrastructure companies.

Number 7

Jack Ma (estimated net worth: $39 billion)

In 1999, Ma and a group of friends launched Alibaba Group Holding Limited (BABA) to address the lack of e-commerce presence in China. He is the richest entrepreneur in China.

Numbers 6 and 5

Sergey Brin (estimated net worth $55 billion) and Larry Page ($55 billion)

Sergey Brin and Larry Page are co-founders of Google Inc.

Number 4

Larry Ellison estimated net worth $61.7 billion)

Lawrence Ellison is an American businessman and philanthropist who is a co-founder and the executive chairman and chief technology officer (CTO) of Oracle Corporation.

Number 3

Mark Zuckerberg (estimated net worth: $70.3 billion)

Mark Zuckerberg is an American technology entrepreneur and philanthropist.

Zuckerberg is known for co-founding and leading Facebook as its chairman and chief executive officer.

Number 2

Bill Gates (estimated net worth $105.7 billion)

Bill Gates is an American business magnate, investor, author, philanthropist, and humanitarian.

He is best known as the pioneer of the microcomputer revolution of the 1970s and 1980s, and the principal founder of Microsoft Corporation.

Number 1

Jeff Bezos (estimated net worth: $109.9 billion)

Jeffrey Bezos is an American businessman, investor, and philanthropist.

He is the founder, CEO, and president of Amazon.com, Inc.

He is also the richest in the world.