You Can’t Be Rich If You Don’t Have 7 Letters In Your Name. Check This Out

Every person on this planet is well aware that money is everything.

Premised on the above, some people will not be bothered at all if they are to change their names so as to attain wealth.

Now do you know that the all world’s wealthiest people have certain things in common;
legendary work ethics, breakthrough ideas, same number of letters in their names and absolute commitment to their companies?

This is true.

All of the top five wealthiest people founded their own companies, and continue to take an active role in the management of their exorbitant wealth.

The interesting thing is that they also have same number of letters in their names.

Examples are provided below;

1. Jeff Bezo

Networth: $116.9 billion

Founder: Amazon

Did you realise he has 7 letters?

In 1994, Bezos founded in a garage in ‘Seattle’, shortly after he resigned from the hedge fund giant D.E. Shaw. In fact, he had originally pitched the idea of an online bookstore to his former boss David E. Shaw (a rumor that Shaw himself has confirmed), who wasn’t interested.

Though originally started out selling books, it has since morphed into a one-stop-shop for everything under the sun, and is arguably the world’s most important retailer. At any rate, it is hard to dispute its self-description as the “earth’s most customer-centric company.” Its pattern of constant diversification is evident in some of its unexpected recent expansions.

2. Bill Gate
He also have 7 letters

Net worth: $99.9 billion

Co-founder: Microsoft Corp.

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The only Harvard dropout in the Top Five, Bill Gate knack for increasing wealth is staggering, even for an already wealthy guy. The Microsoft co-founder’s net worth has more than doubled since 2009.

Through the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, he has also spent billions to fight polio and malaria. Additionally, he pledged $50 million in 2014 to help fight Ebola.

3. Bernard Arnault
He also has 7 letters in his first name

Owner of LVMH

Net worth: $91.6 billion

French national Bernard Arnault is the chairman and CEO of LVMH, the world’s biggest luxury goods company. The company owns some of the biggest brands on earth including Louis Vuitton, Hennessey, Bulgari, Marc Jacobs, Dior, Sephora, and many more.

An engineer by training, Arnault’s business chops became apparent whilst working for his father’s engineering company, Ferret-Savinel. He converted the company to a real estate company in 1976.

Arnault acquired luxury goods maker Financière Agache in 1984, eventually selling all of its holdings other than Christian Dior and Le Bon Marché department store. He became chairman of the board of LVMH in 1989. His own investments are broad, including technology concerns and yacht companies.

4. Warren Buffett
He also has 7 letters in his last name

Net worth: $70.5 billion

Best investor of the 20th century

The most famous living value investor, Warren Buffett filed his first tax return in 1944, at age 4, declaring his earnings from his boyhood paper route.

He first bought shares in a textile company called Berkshire Hathaway in 1962, becoming the majority shareholder by 1965. He expanded the company to the insurance and other investments in 1967. Now, Berkshire Hathaway is a half-trillion-dollar company, with a single share of stock trading at over $300,000 per share in early 2019.

Warren Buffett is widely known as “The Oracle of Omaha” because of his love for value investing, in other words, finding bargains in undervalued companies. While most investors have been piling into social media companies, Buffett has repeatedly stated that it’s too difficult to determine their value, and has instead stuck with investments that he thinks will pay off 10 years down the road. He is also a noted Bitcoin skeptic.

At age 14, he itemized his bicycle as a $35 deduction on his first income tax return because he used it for his paper route. He gives much of his wealth to charity, and has said that he doesn’t intend to leave his riches to his children. Between 2006 and 2019, Buffett has given back nearly $34.5 billion and committed to eventually giving away nearly his entire fortune.

Olala!!!! Check out these names too;






The words BILLION and MILLION all have 7-letter words.

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