The Richest Philanthropists in the World‘s Investments Revealed
One of the mysteries in the field of investments is knowing what type of businesses the richest philanthropists in the world bet on. Bill Gates, co-founder of Windows, pays special attention to today’s most profitable businesses: energy, manufacturing, transportation, agriculture, and construction.
At the age of 68, Gates is recognized as one of the most outstanding businessmen of this time, having invested his money wisely and established one of the most successful companies in history, Microsoft. According to the Forbes list, Gates earns between US$7.6 million to US$11 million per day, with assets rising to US$117 million, establishing him as one of the richest men in the world today. His great fortune was reaped thanks to the profits made by the American multinational, Microsoft, but Gates also strategically invested in various sectors such as technology, energy, and health, as well as real estate and his investment company, Cascadia Investment.
In his personal blog, Gates expresses himself on topics such as generative Artificial Intelligence, climate change, business, and investments. He recently made a post titled “Invest in innovations that save and improve the greatest number of lives,” based on the talk he gave at the COP World Climate Action Summit, aimed at improving human well-being.
Gates pays special attention to five sectors that lead the emission of pollutants worldwide: energy, manufacturing, transportation, agriculture, and construction. In his speech he addresses the imperative need for human beings to pay attention to climate change and the sectors mentioned, as they represent great investment opportunities.
The first item that Gates mentions as a profitable investment is clean energy. He has already allocated over two billion dollars and plans to double the amount in the future, encouraging others to finance a clean energy future. He also highlights the importance of investing in electric vehicles and power plants, as well as technologies that process metals. Gates also emphasizes the importance of sustainable and efficient long-term local forecasts in the agriculture sector, and the necessity of creating environmentally responsible buildings given the imminent growth of the world population.
Gates assures that innovation allows us to magnify the impact of efforts, as well as lead human beings to zero emissions. He believes that investing in these sectors will allow us to continue the remarkable progress made over the last century to improve human well-being around the world.
Source: GDA / news / Argentina