Check your wallets: the 3 zodiac signs most likely to become billionaires are named

Oleksiy LutykovLifestyle
Which zodiac signs are most likely to become billionaires. Source: Pexels/Andrea Piacquadio

The richest people in the world represent a small part of the world's population. Moreover, they stand out not only because of their enormous financial wealth but also because of their zodiac sign.

A study by The Small Business blog showed that one-third of billionaires have only three zodiac signs. Based on these findings, Libra, Pisces, and Taurus are the most likely to achieve financial success.

Libras make up 12% of the world's billionaires. The owners of this zodiac sign are characterized by a strong sense of aesthetics and a weakness for things they cannot afford. Libras also use their good taste to advance in their careers and get invited to elite social circles. Libras are great at getting along with others, joking, and convincing other people to give them money.

Among the famous billionaires with the Libra zodiac sign is the American fashion designer Ralph Lauren, who turned ordinary sporting goods into a billion-dollar business.

Other wealthy Libras include Alice Walton, the heiress to the Walmart fortune and an avid art curator, collector, and museum chairman, and Amancio Ortega, the founder of Inditex, the world's largest fashion retailer.

Pisces came in second place after Libra, with 11% of billionaires representing this zodiac sign. Dreamy and intuitive as can be, they were born to sell fantasies and drunken promises. An example is Bernard Arnault, the founder and CEO of LVMH, the world's largest luxury goods company, whose portfolio includes Moët & Chandon, Dom Perignon, Krug, Veuve Clicquot, Belvedere, and Hennessy. Other billionaire fish include Nike co-founder Phil Knight and Rupert Murdoch.

Taurus make up 10% of the world's billionaires. These people work hard to get wealth. A stubborn and ruthless mix of self-control and outright domination, they live by the principle of "mine and more" and "too much is never enough."

Examples of billionaire bulls include Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg, inventor James Dyson, engineer David Koch, and BMW heiress and Germany's richest woman Susanne Klatten.

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