Amsterdam,,Netherlands,-,October,08,,2018:,Forbes,Magazine,With,Jeff

The World’s First Trillionaires… REVEALED

In light of reports stating Elon Musk may pull out of the $44bn Twitter deal, new research reveals that Elon Musk is set to be the world’s first trillionaire by 2024.
 
A new study from Approve has predicted the world’s first trillionaires by comparing the annual net worths of the top 30 richest people and their annual growth rate to estimate how soon each of them will reach one trillion dollars.
You can view the full study here: https://www.approve.com/the-trillion-dollar-club/
Potential rank for the world’s first trillionaires:

Rank

Name

Industry

Current age

Average annual net worth growth

Estimated year of trillion dollar valuation

Estimated age at trillion dollar valuation

1

Elon Musk

Automotive & Aerospace

50

129%

2024

52

2

Gautam Adani & Family

Diversified

59

121%

2025

62

3

Zhang Yiming

Technology

38

123%

2026

42

4

Mukesh Ambani

Diversified

64

43%

2029

71

4

Bernard Arnault

Fashion & Retail

72

27%

2029

79

6

Jeff Bezos

Technology

57

24%

2030

65

The world’s richest person, Elon Musk, who could possibly be purchasing Twitter, has an estimated net worth of $263 billion with an average annual net growth of 129%. This means his net worth can potentially hit a trillion dollars in as little as two years, at the age of 52.
Gautam Adani & family own the commodity trading business Adani Group (one of India’s most profitable companies). Adani would be a year behind Musk, reaching trillionaire status in 2025, at the age of 62 at his current rate of 121% growth.
At just 38 years old, Zhang Yiming is the founder and chairman of Beijing ByteDance Technology Co, which is considered to be one of the world’s most valuable start-ups. The business is predicted to make Zhang Yiming a trillionaire in 2026, at the age of 42.
Further Findings
  •  Zhang Yiming is set to be the youngest trillionaire, potentially reaching trillionaire status by 2026 when he is just 42, with a 123% average annual net growth.
  • The technology sector is set to produce the most trillionaires, with six of the top ten trillionaires working in the sector. For example, Amazon’s founder, Jeff Bezos ranks in sixth place, potentially reaching trillionaire status by 2030.
  • Bernard Arnault, chairman, and chief executive of luxury goods company Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton (LVMH), is the only trillionaire in the top ten from the fashion industry, predicted to reach trillionaire status in 2029.

You can view the full research here: https://www.approve.com/the-trillion-dollar-club/
This press release was sourced from Fay McFarlane of Digitaloft