There have been a number of magazines analysing the most common star signs among the world’s wealthiest billionaires. From the top 250 richest people featured on Forbes Real-Time Billionaires List among women and men, Libra seems to be ahead of the game in business.
However, we wanted to confirm if that was also the case among the wealthiest woman billionaires, and see which zodiac signs appear to make the most money. Here’s the chart.
Here’s the top 3 money-making star signs in billionaire businesswoman.
#1: Cancer – $110.1B
L’Oreal’s founder’s granddaughter, Francoise Bettencourt Meyers is the richest businesswoman (also the twelfth wealthiest person in the world with a fortune of $66.7B) as she and her family own 33% of L’Oreal stock. Then, real estate Country Garden Holdings leader, Cancer native Yang Huiyan has a wealth estimated at $28.5B followed by Charlene de Carvalho-Heineken who’s holding $14.9B in the world’s second-largest brewer – Heineken International.
#2: Libra – $109.4B
Talented Alice Walton, Walmart’s founder’s daughter is the 14th wealthiest billionaire in the world, with a net worth of $63.7B. Still in the food sector is Jacqueline Mars, a pioneer in the wonderful world of candy and pet food with a wealth totalling $28.9B. Followed by British billionaire Denise Coates, founder and CEO of the online gambling empire Bet365 who owns a total net worth of $9.6B. Hustling Libra natives also include Rahel Blocher who owes her $7.2B fortune to EMS-Chemie, the Swiss polymer and chemical giant that her family has run for decades.
#3: Capricorn – $76.1B
Julia Koch – from US-based chemical pioneers Koch Industries – inherited a 42% stake from her husband and businessman David Koch who died in August 2019, which sets her net worth to $44.9B. Followed by Chilean mining owner Iris Fontbona (also a trader on London Stock Exchange) who holds $16.6B from her husband Andrónico Luksic – who built a fortune in mining and beverages before dying of cancer in 2005. Still in the successful Capricorn money makers is Wu Yajun, co-founder and chairperson of Hong Kong-listed real estate developer Longfor Properties who owns $14.6B with her family.
It is essential to celebrate all successes and achievements made by all women entrepreneurs. However, we know there is still a long way to go before we’ll reach the point of equality. And to fight gender discrimination and underrepresentation by investors, more and more organisations choose to encourage and support female founders so they can be encouraged to hustle as much as men do.