You may have heard millions and billions quite often. Have you thought about trillions? Becoming a trillionaire is no easy job. Having this much money is equivalent to unbelievable amount of wealth. A trillion is such a huge number followed by twelve zeros. That is one thousand times a billion.

As of today, there are no trillionaires who live on earth. Such extreme wealth we dont see in our lifetime. Believe it or not it is an unbelievable wealth. In the past Kings had that much wealth. Most of these wealth came from earth’s resources rich in minerals, the riches in earth is only declining as years pass by.

Today’s billionaires own only a fraction of wealth when compared to trillion and many are already old. It would take another century to produce a trillionaire and another thousand years to produce a quadrillionaire (1000 times a trillionaire)

These are the only 6 trillionaires who lived on earth from history who reached the pinnacle of wealth.

1. Genghis Khan

  • 1206-1227
  • King of Mongol Empire
  • Estimated wealth: $100+ trillion

Genghis Khan

2. Zhao Xu

  • 1048-1085
  • Emperor Shenzong of Song in China)
  • Estimated wealth: $30 trillion

Xu Emperor

3. Akbar, The Great

  • 1542-1605
  • Emperor of India’s Mughal dynasty)
  • Estimated wealth: $21 trillion

Akbar

4. Amenhotep III

  • 1388–1351 BC
  • Pharaoh of Egypt
  • Estimated wealth: $4-6 trillion

Egyptian Pharaoh

5. Augustus Caesar

  • 63 BC-14 AD
  • Roman emperor
  • Estimated wealth: $4.6tn

Caesar

6. King Solomon

  • 970 – 931 BCE
  • King of Israel
  • Estimated:  $2.2 trillion

King Solomon

7. Mansa Mousa

  • 1280-1337
  • King of the Mali empire and Timbuktu in Africa
  • Total wealth: $0.5 trillion

Mansa Mousa

Measuring Wealth in Trillions

Take look below, the wealth owned by top billionaires of all times whose wealth measured in trillions.

  • Jakob Fugger  – $0.4 trillion
  • Rockefeller – $0.35 trillion
  • Andrew Carnegie – $0.3 trillion
  • Nicholas Romanov – $0.3 trillion
  • William de Warenne – $0.22 trillion
  • Osman Ali Khan – $0.23 trillion
  • Henry Ford – $0.2 trillion
  • Gaddafi – $0.2 trillion
  • Jeff Bezos – $0.16 trillion
  • Bill Gates – $0.14 trillion
  • Elon Musk – $0.04 trillion

Net worth of Richest Royals

This is a list of richest royals, as estimated by the CEOWORLD magazine in 2019 and Business Insider in 2018, by their personal net worth, excluding properties held by the state, government or Crown, in U.S. dollars.

These numbers just not enough to be measured in trillions

RankNameTitleResidenceNet worthSource of wealth
1VajiralongkornKing of ThailandThailand$43 billion — $30 billionInvestments derived from the Bureau of the Crown Property.
2Hassanal BolkiahSultan of BruneiBrunei$28 billion — $20 billionProfits from oil and gas industry.
3Salman bin Abdulaziz Al SaudKing of Saudi ArabiaSaudi Arabia$18 billionProfits from oil industry.
4Khalifa bin Zayed Al NahyanPresident of the United Arab Emirates
Emir of Abu Dhabi
United Arab Emirates$15.0 billionInvestments from the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority.
5Mohammed VIKing of MoroccoMorocco$8.2 billion — $2.1 billionInvestments in SNI and Siger Holdings.
6Hans Adam IIPrince of Liechtenstein Liechtenstein$7.2 billion — $3.5 billionHoldings in the Prince of Liechtenstein Foundation.
7Mohammed bin Rashid Al MaktoumPrime Minister of the United Arab Emirates
Emir Sheikh of Dubai
United Arab Emirates$4 billionMajority share of Dubai Holding and investments from the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority.
8Grand Duke Henri of LuxembourgGrand Duke of Luxembourg Luxembourg$4 billion
9Juan Carlos I, King of SpainKing of Spain (abdicated in 2014)Spain$2.3 billion — $2 billionOil[5][6], enterprise and real estate. Current controversy over the money hidden in offshore banks and the $100million received from Saudi Arabia.[7]
10Tamim bin Hamad Al ThaniEmir of QatarQatar$2.1 billion — $1.2 billionFrom various enterprises.
11Albert IIPrince of MonacoMonaco$1.0 billionVarious enterprises, including Société des bains de mer de Monaco and casinos.
12Elizabeth IIQueen of the United Kingdom and other Commonwealth realms (etc..)United Kingdom$530 million — $520 millionFrom property, jewelry and other assets. See Finances of the British royal family.
13Charles, Prince of WalesPrince of WalesUnited Kingdom$420 millionFrom property, jewelry and other assets. See Finances of the British royal family.
14Queen BeatrixQueen of the Netherlands (abdicated in 2013) Netherlands$200 millionReal estate, investments, and a stake in Shell Oil.