Elon Musk becomes first person to lose $ 200 billion : Here’s what we know so far

Elon Musk is one of the few top billionaires in the world. Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla recently faced a loss of $ 200 billion. This happened after Tesla’s shares fell drastically. His wealth was at its peak in November, 2021 when he had

$ 340 billion.

Recently, Musk has been too occupied with Twitter. He acquired it this year for $ 44 billion. And now, the Twitter 2.0 has started.

Tesla is facing serious backfall. The shares of Tesla have fallen up to 65% in the year 2022. Although the wealth index tells a different story, Musk is obsessed with taking things to Twitter and writing there. In one of his posts in December, 2022, he mentioned that Tesla is doing better than ever. He has ignored all concerns related to Tesla. Further on, he also criticized the Federal Reserve for its high interest rate which are on a rise in this generation. And, he also added that this rise is too fast for anyone.

Elon Musk is often criticized in the globe for his actions. But one must know he is only the second man in the world to amass personal wealth above $ 200 billion. This happened in the month of January in the year 2021.

Whether Tesla shares will rise again or not is a matter of concern for many.

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