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Thread: What does a trillion dollars look like?

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    Properly invested you could live a comfortably. You would still need to work but would also have the extra income from the investments or interest. Plus a nice amount of money to get loans and repay them with the interest or income from the investments. Wisely done in the right locations might not even need to work.

    After seeing how many stacks it takes to create 1 trillion dollars makes me wonder how much it costs in supplies to make that much money.

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    just to make sure this is american scale not european


    so this last one is not trillion dollars it is billion dolars for european people

    since 10 with 12 zeros is billion

    on european scales trillion is 10 with 18 zeros

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hellas View Post
    just to make sure this is american scale not european


    so this last one is not trillion dollars it is billion dolars for european people

    since 10 with 12 zeros is billion

    on european scales trillion is 10 with 18 zeros
    It is still a lot of money
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    Wish I could have this amount !


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    Quote Originally Posted by Suman View Post
    Wish I could have this amount !

    Wish I could have this amount !



    Although I would need a warehouse to store it (not that that would be a problem).

    I was reading somewhere about pablo escabar (spelling?) and he lost 10% of his money annually due to storage, e.g. getting wet etc. I imagine I would have the same problem.

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    I would keep my money on a bank account. So I have the money in digital form. But I think no bank has insurance for that amount money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Desan View Post
    I would keep my money on a bank account. So I have the money in digital form. But I think no bank has insurance for that amount money.
    I would do the same, but I would place it in different banks.. It covers up to €100,000 (about $125,000 ?) here in Belgium per bank..

    So I would still need a lot of banks to store the money, but heck.. I would drink a lot from the money first too
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  8. When you keep your money in a bank account, you lose money constantly due to inflation. Interest bearing checking and savings accounts don't normally even keep up with the rate of inflation. Only CD's and similar investment vehicles will keep you even with the rate of inflation.

    To really make your money work for you, you must avoid "debt based investments" like the ones above and focus on "equity based investments" like businesses, stocks, and real estate.
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    I think you need to have a truck/lorry to carry that
    Sorry Many trucks.
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