Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos have a combined net worth of around $400 billion.
That’s an impressive figure, but what is even more impressive is the number of years it would take them to spend all that cash – if they tried.
At the time of writing, Musk has a net worth of $210 billion.
Jeff Bezos is not far behind, with a net worth of $180 billion, placing him in the top three of the world’s richest people.
If they spent $1 million a day, starting today, it would still take 476 years to run out of cash.
And you can buy a lot of stuff with that cash.
To give a random example, Musk and Bezos could buy one of the world’s most expensive watches, an iced-out Hublot that Floyd Mayweather also owns, every day for the next 100 years and still have billions left.
Interestingly, but perhaps unsurprisingly, Bezos and Musk tend to spend money on the same things.
For starters, they both spent a significant chunk of their fortune to finance their space projects SpaceX (Musk) and Blue Origin (Bezos).
They also spend a whopping amount of cash every year on personal security and on private jets.
However, while Musk is generally quite frugal when it comes to spending money on luxury stuff for the sake of living the high life, Bezos is the opposite.
The founder and former CEO of Amazon owns one of the world’s largest and most expensive sailing yachts, Koru, which is worth a whopping $500 million.
Not only that, he actually spent an additional $75 million on a shadow boat for his yacht called Abeona.