Warren Buffett themed doll, one of the billionaires who became rich, at an old age. Photo/Reuters
NEW YORK – Not all billionaires who enter the ranks of the rich according to Forbes magazine at the age of 30 years. Many world-class billionaires actually go to class in their old age.
It was an important lesson that it’s never too late to become a billionaire. Everyone can become a billionaire at any time and at any age. As long as it continues to prioritize innovation and creativity and see the opportunities and momentum that exist.
The meaning that can be obtained also shows that the struggle to become a billionaire is not instant. Everything needs a process. While the long and winding process will not betray the results. That’s why billionaires have interesting stories to learn from.
Here are 4 world billionaires who achieved the status of the world’s richest people in their old age.
1. Warren Buffett: 56
Chairman of the Berkshire Hathaway investment firm, Warren Buffett, has a wealth of USD 79.7 billion or IDR 1,196 trillion. He became a self-made billionaire in 1986, at the age of 56. As reported by Business Insider, his net worth of $1 billion was earned by Berkshire Hathaway selling US class stock for the first time.
For decades, Buffett has always been synonymous with investment success. He always has a place on the Forbes Billionaires List. Known as the “Oracle of Omaha,” Buffett’s annual letter to shareholders is a master class on managing the ebb and flow of the stock market. Every method and strategy that Buffett shares is based on his own personal experience.
The truth is, Buffett wasn’t always rich. In fact, he started his business with almost nothing. Buffett built his vast fortune through wise and careful decisions focused on quality and value.
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