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Christian Grey, Uncle Scrooge, Batman, Tywin Lannister… Something in common

Christian Grey, Uncle Scrooge, Batman, Tywin Lannister… Something in common
Isabel del Rio

The richest people in the world, in The Fictional World, are Uncle Scrooge, Smaug, Carlisle Cullen, Tony Stark, Charles Foster Kane, Bruce Wayne, Richie Rich, Christian Grey, Tywin Lannister and Montgomery Burns. This is the last list of Forbes. Who do you like least?

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Christian Grey, Uncle Scrooge, Batman, Tywin Lannister… Something in common

Uncle Scrooge, the miser of Disney cartoons. The value of is wealth is $65,400 million. The source of his wealth comes from mines, but he is a treasure hunter too. Uncle Scrooge lives in Duckberg, Calisota.

Smaug, the sacker in The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien. The value of its wealth is $54,100 million. Of course, he is a looter. Location: The Lonely Mountain.

Carlisle Cullen in Twilight by Stephenie Meyer. $46.000 million. Source: shared interests, investments. He lives in Forks, Washington.

Tony Stark in Iron Man. $12,400 million. Source of wealth: defense. Location: Malibu, California.

Charles Foster Kane in the movie Citizen Kane by Orson Welles. Value of his wealth: $11,200 million. Source of wealth: media. Location: Xanadu, California.

Bruce Wayne, our beloved Batman. Wealth value: $9,200 million. Source of wealth: inheritance, defense. Location: Gotham City, U.S.A.

Richie Rich. Wealth value: $5,800 million. Source of wealth: inheritance. Location: Richville, USA.

Christian Grey, the sexy main character in the books Fifty Shades of Grey by E.L. James. Value of his wealth: $2.500 million. Source: Investments. He lives in Seattle, Washington.

Tywin Lannister in Game of Thrones by George R. R. Martin. Value of his wealth: $1.800 million. Source of wealth: inheritance and wars. Location: Casterly Rock, Westeros.

Montgomery Burns in The Simpsons. Wealth value: $1,500 million.

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Isabel del Rio

Managing Editor at Yareah® Magazine. Author of ‘Ariza’ (2008) and ‘The Girls of Oil’ (2010)

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