Today, there are 2,668 people in the world whose capital exceeds $1 billion, Forbes estimated. Interestingly, about 25% of them live in just 10 cities. Let's take a look at the fresh ranking of cities where the super-rich live
Mining has always been a profitable business, especially when it comes to gold and diamonds that are praised all over the world for their beauty and rarity. Having undergone processing, braids turn into diamonds. Jewelers create unique and expensive pieces out of them. Diamonds are mainly mined in 5 countries with the largest deposits.
A spike in immigrant sentiment is recorded worldwide as many people want to move and live in other places. However, settling in another country is not as easy as it seems. Experts have analyzed the economies of a number of states to outline 7 with the highest living standard requirements.
There are several islands in the world whose beauty fascinates tourists. Such territories are known for their warm climate as well as unique flora and fauna. Let's find out what are these five extraordinary islands where travelers can spend a wonderful time and get unforgettable experiences
VPN services are rapidly gaining popularity. They are praised by users from all over the world. By means of a VPN service, you can have access to any information available on the Internet. So, let's find out what the 5 best VPN services are there today.
Currently, there are several prosperous countries in the world that have succeeded in maintaining a high standard of living. Experts at World Happiness Report have analyzed various data that determines a nation's well-being and are ready to present to you these five happiest countries.
Bitcoin was a pioneer in the crypto world that demonstrated the high potential of cryptocurrencies and inspired crypto enthusiasts. On January 3, 2022, the brainchild of Satoshi Nakamoto, the enigmatic creator of the first digital coin, celebrated its 13th birthday. While Bitcoin and its peers represent an old guard of the crypto industry, the market welcomes a new batch of "young" tokens. By 2022, the crypto family has expanded to more than 12,000 altcoins.
A business person who wants to become successful is always prone to hone their skills. They should be relevant and help deal with up-to-date challenges. Notably, the competencies outlined in our article are crucial for every sphere. However, some skills are particularly important during periods of geopolitical uncertainty. Experts highlight five skills that will definitely help businesses minimize current risks
Investing in luxury wines is widely regarded as one of the most difficult types of investment. You need to plan everything down to the tiniest detail if you want to succeed: find a promising asset, calculate its probable value a few years in advance, and make sure wine is properly stored. In spite of all the challenges and risks, investing in wine is still incredibly popular. So, let's find out what are the world's 5 most expensive ever-sold bottles of wine
Rapid technological developments have created ample opportunities for us, raging from disease prevention to alerts about hacker attacks. Thanks to new mini assistants - smart rings - users can quickly react to a changing environment and act accordingly. These amazing smart rings may become an integral part of our lives in the near future.
The potential loss of crude supplies from Russia poses a serious threat to many European countries. In times like this, investors are looking for stocks that can survive the looming energy collapse. Analysts highlighted three commodity companies that are likely to thrive in the upcoming crisis.
On February 24, Russia launched a special military operation in Ukraine. To stop the armed conflict, the United States and a number of European countries announced unprecedented economic sanctions against Moscow. However, analysts are sure that these measures will affect not only Russian but also Western businesses. In our article, you will find out which companies from the US and Europe will suffer the most in the face of Russian economic isolation