Billionaires

Chamath Palihapitiya

venture capitalist, engineer, SPAC sponsor, founder and CEO of Social Capital. Palihapitiya was an early senior executive at Facebook --wikipedia

Mark Zuckerberg

Facebook CEO. Also calibrated: his impact on the US election in 2020. Plus, his personal calibration (paid-subscribers).

Bernard Arnault

World's 3rd richest person with $143 billion net worth, a luxury goods CEO in France

Jack Dorsey

Twitter CEO (former). Net worth: 11.8 billion USD (2021) --Forbes

Michael Jordan

Basketball's greatest player of all time, worth $1.6 billion, according to Forbes.

Oprah Winfrey

At one point in time, she was America's favorite media mogul

Elon Musk

A centibillionaire with a net worth of around US$288 billion as of November 2021, Musk is the richest person in the world. --wikipedia

George Lucas

"considered one of the most significant figures of the 20th-century New Hollywood movement, and a pioneer of the modern blockbuster." --wikipedia

Michael Saylor

A Bitcoin champion and "sole trustee of Saylor Academy, a provider of free online education. As of 2016, Saylor has been granted 31 patents." --wikipedia

Mohammed VI of Morocco

"the richest king in Africa in 2014, and the 5th richest king in the world." --wikipedia

Tim Cook

Personal calibration of Apple CEO

Jimmy Lai

Hong Kong billionaire jailed and persecuted by the Chinese government for his pro-democracy views.

Melinda French Gates

Global leader of women and girls rights

Sheldon Adelson

Died Jan. 2020 with $33.8 billion

George Soros

Funds leftist political causes.