To provide reference points for really big numbers, I’ve been accumulating information from articles that describe big things.
An article in the Wall Street Journal gives some detail of the fourth quarter financial results for Wells Fargo: 1/14/20 – Wall Street Journal – Wells Fargo CEO: A Wonderful Bank That Made ‘Some Terrible Mistakes’.
Top-line Revenue for 4th quarter:
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For a few indicators of the cost for some big projects and thus some reference points for big numbers, take a look at the Nuclear Notebook – United States nuclear forces, 2020, published by The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists.
Some projects with their specific costs mentioned in the article:
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It is fascinating to see the cost of large projects. Check out the price tag for new football stadiums in Los Angeles and Las Vegas.
The new stadium under construction in Los Angeles which, will be the home of the Rams and Chargers, will run a cool $5 billion.
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