China News Service, October 26. According to a report by Forbes, with Tesla’s share price hitting a record high, the net worth of the world’s richest man and Tesla CEO Musk has increased by more than $25 billion a day, reaching a total of 2552. Billion dollars, which made him the richest man ever, and Amazon founder Bezos, who is ranked second on the billionaire list, is far behind.

Data map: Musk, founder of the American Space Exploration Technology Company.

  According to reports, after Hertz announced plans to purchase 100,000 electric vehicles, Tesla’s stock price soared on the 25th, and Musk’s wealth increased by $25.6 billion a day.

According to "Forbes" estimates, as of the stock market close on the 25th, his net worth climbed to 255.2 billion US dollars, which made him the richest man ever.

  According to Forbes, Musk is richer than any billionaire tracked by the media: he is worth more than Google co-founder Larry Page (ranked sixth) and Facebook CEO Mark Za Kerberg (ranked seventh) in total.

  In September 2021, Musk surpassed Jeff Bezos to become the world's richest man, and has been at the top of the rich list ever since.

At that time, he joked to Forbes that he wanted to give Bezos a silver medal to Amazon founder and space rival Bezos. Later, he did send Bezos a silver medal expression on social media.

  On the 25th, as Amazon’s stock fell before the third-quarter earnings report was released, Bezos’ wealth shrank by $1 billion; the gap between the two widened to more than $62 billion; Bezos’ worth that day was estimated to be 1930 One hundred million U.S. dollars.

When Amazon's stock price peaked in July this year, the Seattle technology giant was valued at approximately $222 billion.

  According to analysis, the new crown pandemic has exacerbated the income gap in the United States, and the richest class in society is wealthier than ever.

From January 2020 to April 2021, the wealth of American billionaires increased by approximately $1.2 trillion.

Musk is the biggest winner among them.

Two years ago, Forbes set his net worth at $19.9 billion-less than one-tenth of his value today.