Discover How To Join The Trillionaires Club

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Our very own superstar, Teni, sang that she wants to belong to the billionaire’s club as she repeated her desire over and over in her hit single “Billionaire“. But, ever thought of joining the Trillionaires club, even if ‘wishes were horses’?

Believe it. There’s a Trillionaires club! But, it’s not for mere mortals like you and I.

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The Trillion dollar club is an unofficial classification of the world’s major economies with a gross domestic product (nominal GDP) of more than US$1 trillion per year.

Let’s clarify at this point. Even Teni knows that a true billionaire is measured in terms of dollars, not naira. If you are a billionaire in terms of naira, sorry to burst your bubble, you may still be in the millionaire bracket. Simply take out a calculator and divide your billions by 360, chikenah!

The glitz and paparazzi of belonging to the billionaires club is equivalent to a superstar status. Dangote and Otedola know the raw feeling of the near god status they possess. So, imagine the feeling of belonging to the trillionaire dollars club.

Currently, only countries and mega businesses are privileged to be part of that exclusive club. For now, 16 countries and 3 private companies are the only members, check them out:

United States

Japan

Germany

France

United Kingdom

Italy

China

Spain

Canada

Brazil

South Korea

India

Mexico

Russia

Australia

Indonesia

Did you notice that no African country is on the list?

Four companies in the trillion-dollar milestone are Alphabet, Apple, Amazon and Microsoft.

Google’s parent company, Alphabet is the latest tech company to break through the $1 trillion threshold.  Amazon, which operates public cloud leader AWS, cracked $1 trillion in the summer of 2018 and then again, briefly, last summer.

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Microsoft, the second-largest cloud provider that directly leads Google’s cloud business, achieved the milestone in April and has kept good-standing in the $1 trillion club, with a current valuation around $1.27 trillion.

However, the most valuable company in the world remains Apple, having a cap of $1.38 trillion.

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6 thoughts on “Discover How To Join The Trillionaires Club

  1. Asia Paullus

    Another thing I have really noticed is the fact that for many people, bad credit is the reaction of circumstances above their control. One example is they may happen to be saddled by having an illness so that they have higher bills for collections. It could be due to a job loss or the inability to do the job. Sometimes divorce or separation can really send the financial situation in an opposite direction. Thanks for sharing your thinking on this website.

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