The wealthiest people set different goals for themselves. Some want to multiply their enormous capitals even more, whereas others pursue a philanthropic mission by bulking up their foundations. Luckily, billionaires often appear on the lists of major philanthropists. Forbes conducts its own research and finds out the biggest givers in the US. See below the full list of the top 5 beneficiaries who have made the biggest donations.
The year 2020 will go down in history as the year of the COVID-19 pandemic. The year was tough on everyone and many people saw how important it was to have an individual dwelling. Some of them even brought their unique projects into life. In our photo gallery, you can find the top 5 unusual houses built in different parts of the world during the pandemic
2020 was a tough year in every way. It is sure to be remembered across the globe for the devastation and loss of life caused by the coronavirus pandemic. Some people died a natural death, while others from the virus. Even among the richest people, there were some that passed away in 2020 but none contracted COVID-19. Read more about billionaires who died last year
The year 2020 became a real challenge for the tourism industry. The travel and tourism sector suffered the most from the closure of borders between countries, the introduction of quarantine for visitors, and restrictions on public services. The COVID-19 pandemic changed the way people spend leisure time. In order to keep up, the tourism industry has no other choice but to play by new rules
When it comes to investing, money turns out to be the greatest value. Curiously enough, an investor's commitment to one type of asset could lead to colossal losses or make one a billionaire. For instance, those speculators whose portfolios have been consisting mostly of cryptocurrencies for several years, in particular bitcoin, are now ripping rewards. Let us look at investors whose devotion to cryptocurrencies have made them billionaires
At the start of every new year, experts prepare their economic forecasts. The year 2020 was tough. Therefore, experts struggled to make accurate predictions for 2021. The future situation in stock markets is a matter of concern to analysts. The fact is that the risks of unexpected losses and unsuccessful investments in these markets are extremely high. Recognized investment gurus have already made their choice for 2021. Read about their investment preferences for 2021 in our article
Quicksilver changes in global stock markets can catch investors off-guard. Only those who keep close tabs on market developments are able to gain fat profits whatever happens. To notch up success on Wall Street is a tough challenge. This article introduces you to 10 kings of Wall Street.
The year 2020 has certainly been difficult and very unpredictable. At the beginning of the last year, we could hardly imagine what would happen and how it would affect the world economy. However, even despite the overall chaos and flux of negative news, analysts managed to predict quite accurately many important events. Interestingly enough, the more shocking Saxo Bank's preliminary forecasts were, the more accurate they turned out to be
The year 2020 is gone, and it gave us quite a number of surprises, many of which cannot be called pleasant. The global financial crisis brought about by the coronavirus pandemic struck all economy sectors without exception. But even in such severe circumstances there are those who were able to turn the situation into success and increase their capital. The world will remember 2020 not only by the decline, but by the rise of at least 50 freshly minted healthcare billionaires as well.
As the year 2020 comes to a close, US indices reached record highs, despite short-term pullbacks. According to analysts, this has been a successful year for Wall Street, and the trend will continue into 2021. Experts single out three companies among those with most profitable shares. According to the experts, these companies will continue to grow in the coming year due to vigorous demand for their services.
Hardly anyone would argue that 2020 has been a very difficult year, and that holds true for the richest people of the world. There are those among billionaires for whom the coronavirus year was extremely unfortunate, although, generally speaking, their losses cannot be considered too large. Moreover, according to the Forbes magazine, the losses proved to be much more modest than those recorded in the years before. In total, the fortunes of the first five losers of 2020 fell by a mere USD 23.7 billion.
There are special shares in investment portfolios of many traders which yield a stable income. These are the so-called dividend stocks that financial or other crises are unable to affect. In the year almost gone by, experts point out five such assets that withstood the economic shock caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.