Tesla has become the sixth company ever in the U.S. to be valued at $1 trillion, and that means big bucks for CEO/“technoking” Elon Musk. 

Forbes estimates that Musk is now richer than he’s ever been, and likely richer than any person to walk the planet before him, as he’s now valued at $255.2 billion. Bloomberg’s Billionaires Index is estimating $288.6 billion. This comes after an estimated $25.6 billion fortune boost since Friday, after Hertz announced plans to buy 100,000 electric vehicles from Tesla to use as rentals. 

Tesla shares grew 12 percent on Monday to roughly $1,025, after the Hertz news and Morgan Stanley auto analyst Adam Jonas boosting his Tesla price to $1,200 per share, CNN writes.