There are currently eleven people in the world who are currently billionaires. Their current net worth and the rate of their wealth growth over the past six years give them a realistic chance of becoming trillionaires. In addition to these individuals, the list includes Microsoft founder Steve Ballmer, software engineer Sergey Brin, and Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg. According to Comparisun, Zuckerberg could be a trillionaire within 15 years.

The term “trillionaire” has a jarring effect. Since no one has ever built up that much wealth in modern times, the word has shock value. However, the world’s richest people are those who have accumulated their fortunes relatively quickly. To measure their wealth, they add up all of their assets and subtract their liabilities, such as mortgages or personal loans. When the net assets of such individuals equal $1 trillion, they qualify as trillionaires.

Elon Musk is expected to become a trillionaire in 2029. He is the founder of Tesla and Space X, two companies that are making the billions. LVMH will reach EUR313 billion by 2021, with Arnault reaching the top spot for a brief time. Bezos, however, will be reclaimed by Amazon in 2026 and become a trillionaire in 2030. If we’re looking for the next trillionaire, Elon Musk, Bezos, and others will likely be among them.

Among the world’s top billionaires, Mukesh Ambani is the chairman of Reliance Industries Limited (RIL). This multibillion-dollar conglomerate has interests in oil, natural gas, petrochemicals, telecommunications, and retail. Though its primary business is petrochemicals, Ambani has recently diversified into other industries, such as aerospace and defense. While this may seem unlikely, it is still a noteworthy achievement.

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