Be cuddled, billions
In many cases, those with net worths over $1 billion call the United States, most often New York City.
Most billionaires live in the United States. As far as is known and calculable, there were 975 last year, with total net assets of $4,450 billion; On average, that was a reassuring $4.6 billion. With lower prices on the exchange, these assets on the books are now likely to be less valuable at the moment. New York City alone is home to 138 billionaires. Frank Sinatra guessed, “If I can get there, I’ll make it anywhere.” The Big Apple is home to more billionaires than India, the UK, Hong Kong or Switzerland; In this country, 111 billionaires have been identified with a cumulative net worth of $365 billion. The second most stingy Macdox lives in the Communist People’s Republic of China; Along with Hong Kong, China is getting closer to the United States. Hong Kong is the number two Croesus city with 114 billionaires, San Francisco is in third place with 85, London with 77 does not reach the podium. The famous Russian oligarch can also be found among the first twelve on display here – it cannot be said how rich they are now and where they now have their own main home. Somewhat surprisingly, the compilation of the Wealth-X Billionaire Census does not include the Japanese and South Korean super-rich – is this due to the apparent lack of transparency in the country?
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