How Much Money Does Tony Stark Have? Why It’s Likely in the Range of $100,000,000,000.00

In looking at the question of how much money does Tony Stark have, I would generally have to say that it is somewhere in the range of $100 billion, and while this number likely sounds completely impossible, it’s not as crazy as it once would’ve been, given that he still would only top our real world billionaires list at number three, The following blog post will look into all of Tony Stark’s tricks and gadgets, and will walk through how much each one of the probably costs, as well as how much his home, his assistant Pepper Potts, his Jarvis AI, the insurance on all of his cards, the cost of his Malibu Mansion, his stark tower, and the like, most likely costs. As an addition to this opening paragraph, if you’re a regular reader of this blog, you’ll notice that we’ve been shifting a lot of our most recent topics from all things finance and accounting, to things like character analysis and psychological profiles, including a Mike Ross Review, a psychological profile of Ben Kim, and a bunch of other character reviews. The reason why, in being brutally honest, is that I’m seeing them getting a lot of traffic, and I’m seeing good comments and interest from our readers on them, and I am also having a bit more fun writing about them than writing about finance. With this in mind, I’ll be adding a lot more of these to come, however, not to deviate from the spirit of this blog, which is money and finance, so I will always tie these into finance in some way, and will continue to add general financial advice blog posts as well!

Of Tony Starks Top Gadgets Include the following:

Red Snapper

How Much Money Does Tony Stark Have?Heart Breaker iron man suit

Iron Man Mark I

Iron Man Mark II

Iron Man Mark III

Bleeding Edge Armor

Iron Man Mark 42

Iron Man Mark 85

His Malibu Mansion Home

Ultron

The Jarvis AI Setup he has

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How Much Money Does Iron Man Have? The Full Run Down

So, let’s look at what some of Tony Stark’s biggest expenses would be, from start to finish (fighting Gods and aliens does not come cheaply at all, and in fact costs billions and billions of dollars in order to do so properly.)

His 85 Iron Man Suits

Storing the 85 Iron Man Suits has got to cost a ton of money, and I would guess that just storing these costs $100,000,000.00 per year due to the immense amount of power that charging these costs. Recurring expenses for maintaining all of this Iron Man Suits, $100,000,000

His Home

$1,000,000/yr

A likely $100,000,000 Malibu mansion is going to cost at least $1 million per year.

Cars

Insurance and Maintenance Costs on these must be at least $700,000 per year, as he has about 25-50 sports cars.

Private Security and Home Security System

Happy and his armored home = $500,000/yr

Cost to build each Individual Iron Man Suit

$500,000,000 each, for a grand total of ~$40,000,000,000.00

Stark Tower

$100,000,000 per year Maintenance

Total Cost to Become Iron Man

About $60,000,000,000.00. Add in Pepper Pots, his employees at Stark Industries and all of the other nit picky expenses that I’m missing, like food, his lab, his individual gadgets, his time machine, his house in the country where he lives with Pepper and Morgan, and you’re talking at least in the level of Bill Gates and Jeff Bezos money to live like this, but he if you’re Tony Stark I guess you can afford it! For more information on all things money and now characters, subscribe to our blog for more details and information.

 

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Sources:

https://www.bankrate.com/banking/cds/cd-rates/

https://money.cnn.com/data/markets/

 

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