Biggest Billionaire Winners & Losers - Elite Daily


A game exists among the most established men in the world: a battle to ascend to the top of Bloomberg's Billionaire Index. From the European Financial Crisis to the ups-and-downs of the tech industry, the recent unpredictability of the market has greatly affected the worlds top 1%.  

Much of the world's Elite was left greatly disappointed as their net worth diminished this week. However, just as many of the world's Elite simultaneously laughed all the way to the bank as their fortunes soared. Here are the Top 10 Billionaire  Winners & Losers for this month:

Top Losers 

Carlos Slim

#1 Richest Man Worldwide


Founder of conglomerate Grupo Carso

Net Worth: $72.1 billion

Sheldon Adelson

8th Wealthiest American


Las Vegas Sands Corporation

Net Worth: $24.9 billion

Amancio Ortega

4th Richest Man Worldwide


Founder of Inditex SA, the world’s largest retailer

Net Worth: $37.5 Billion

Mark Pincus

No Longer On The Index


Founder of Zynga

Net Worth: $940 million

Mark Zuckerberg

World’s Youngest Billionaire


Founder of Facebook

Net Worth: $18.7 Billion


Walton Family

All Family Members Consistently on Forbes 400, Wife Helen was #11


Owners of Wal-Mart

$102.7 Billion

Eric Lefkofsky

On Forbes New Billionaire List (2011)


Major Investor in Groupon

Net Worth: $1.8 Billion

Kevin Plank

#3 on Forbes 40 Under 40


Founder of Under Armour

Net Worth: $1.3 Billion

Cheng Yu Teng

One of the Most Powerful People in Asia


Owner of Chow Tai Fook Enterprises

Net Worth: $16 Billion

Lee Shau Kee

Formerly 4th Richest Person in World (until 1997)

Hong Kong

Owner of Henderson Land Development

Net Worth: $18 Billion