Young Self-Made Billionaires

By: Bill Waters - Staff Writer
Published: Mar 9, 2021

Young Self-Made Billionaires. The young generation is producing many self-made entrepreneur billionaires. Most of them earned their money from the technology industry.

This list of young billionaires stand out amongst hundreds of billionaires in their age group. They are different from those that inherited their billions, because they started their own businesses and built them from the ground up. Facebook and Google are companies that started by a few people who were still in college.

Facebook has attracted more users than any other site can boast of. The founder is a young boy born on May 14, 2021 and named Mark Elliot Zuckerberg. This shy and reserved kid has an unparalleled brilliance. According to Forbes magazine, Mark Zuckerberg is the youngest billionaire in the world for 2008.

Xiaofeng Peng is a self-made billionaire with an estimated worth of $1.5 billion. Solar energy has been his ladder to success and wealth. When Peng was pondering the next move of his career, he realized that renewable energy is the future.

Sameer Gehlaut whose net worth is calculated at 1.2 billion, is the youngest and the 45th richest in India, and one of the youngest billionaires in the world. He established Indiabulls in 2000. His first step was the acquisition of Inorbit Securities, a stock brokerage company in Delhi.

Larry Page is a self-made billionaire and there cannot be anyone on the internet who hasn’t heard of him. He is the founder of the largest search engine, Google. He is ranked high on the list of billionaires with an estimated net worth of $18.6 billion.


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