Musk’s net asset loss of 6 trillion yuan exceeded Sun Zhengyi’s rewriting of the Guinness World Records | International | CTWANT

Musk’s annual loss of 6 trillion yuan directly set a Guinness world record. (Photo/Dazhi/Associated Press)

Many people know that Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla, was once the richest man in the world. However, due to the complete evaporation of the assets of many billionaires in 2022, Musk’s net worth has also shrunk significantly, making him the richest man in the world. His ranking once dropped to No. 2. And now there is also news that Musk has unlocked new achievements again, because he will lose as much as 200 billion U.S. dollars (equivalent to about 6 trillion New Taiwan dollars) in a single year in 2022. Such a sky-high figure also makes him the first person in history.

According to Forbes data, 2022 can be said to be a rather bad year for billionaires. Because according to statistics, the world’s billionaires will evaporate a total of nearly 2 trillion US dollars in 2022, of which the property losses of American billionaires are as high as 660 billion US dollars.

According to foreign media data, starting from September 2022, Tesla’s stock price has continued to drop from the original $308.73, and so far only $119.77 is left, and the stock price can be said to have fallen by as much as 65%. , And this has also greatly shrunk Musk’s worth.

Due to the downturn and the decline in stock prices, Musk’s assets have continued to decline from the original peak of 320 billion U.S. dollars in November 2021. By January 3, 2023, Musk’s assets were only 138 billion U.S. dollars left. It means that his net worth has lost 182 billion US dollars in just one year, but there are reports that his loss may reach 200 billion US dollars.

Such an exaggerated record also allowed Musk to break the loss record set by Softbank Masayoshi Son in 2000, when Sun Zhengyi lost $58.6 billion in one year.At present, Musk’s exaggerated record has also been boarded.Guinness World Records

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