Thursday, November 19, 2020

The fortune of Tesla along with the S&P 500, Elon Musk records a higher wealth than Mark Zuckerberg

 Tesla founder Elon Musk has once again hit the mark, announced by the Bloomberg Billionaires Index as the third richest individual in the world.

The 49-year-old image triumphed bypassing Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, who is worth $ 106 billion with total assets currently valued at $ 117.5 billion.

Apparently, the 13% jump in Tesla shares following the announcement of the inclusion of the S&P 500 Index brought Musk's profits up from their previous value of $ 15 billion.

Be aware that Musk owns 20% of Tesla's shares and is at the same time the founder of SpaceX, successfully recording a record profit of around $ 90 billion in just 2020! It is the biggest record in the list of the 500 richest individuals in the world.

It is reported that Tesla will join the S&P 500 on December 21, which is the biggest new entry in history.

Musk's fortunes this week began with the triumph of SpaceX troops in launching the first spaceship on Monday and continuing to tweet on his Twitter page.

Musk now faces off against the world's first richest individual, Amazon founder Jeff Bezos ($ 184 billion) and second, Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates ($ 129 billion) before jumping to replace Bezos.

Musk previously charged himself 50% positive and 50% negative for COVID-19 after undergoing four screening tests that were run on a weekday.

Tesla's stock surged 10.20% to $ 486 billion and closed low at $ 481.99.