THE FIRST TRILLIONAIRE AMONG
US IN 2026 AND WE WILL SEE IF
THE FORECASTS COME TRUE
For some, this protracted situation around the global pandemic is overwhelming. But some, with a little luck at the birth of their business, may break historical official tables in the value of their assets and the total assets of the individual. Certainly Amazon's closest founder, Jeff Bezos, is set to become the first trillionaire in history. The announcement comes after a review of the software and the site of the enterprise analysis. The comparison published a projection of wealth based on the Forbes Rich List, which revealed that if Bezos' personal happiness continues to grow at its current rate, it is possible he may become a trillionaire in 2026.
According to the projection, Bezos’ wealth has been growing at an average yearly rate of 34 percent over the past five years. The Amazon chief is currently worth USD$138 billion, so he is still a fair way off and for that growth to continue would be heavily reliant on a number of external factors. For reference, figures indicate that Bezos has netted a cool USD$28.3 billion in 2020 alone. But he might not be the only future trillionaire amongst us. Of the 25 richest individuals in the world, Comparison believes that 11 have a realistic shot at achieving trillionaire status. Bezos is the most likely, with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg reportedly on-track to hit the trillionaire mark by 2036, along with La Clippers owner Steve Ballmer by 2040. Here is a list of other potential trillionaires;