Profits and Hobbies Cruises

Crises that won the crisis and those who lost.

Who saw the bank accounts shrink and who would grow.

Despite the fact that financially, not only Europe but also America, they financially sank, there were not only those who saw their fortunes begging in the midst of a crisis. Of course, there were also those who lost billions, with the big “loser” of 2014 being the Russian energy tycoon, Leonid Mikhelson, whose property shrunk to $ 10 billion from $ 17 billion.

Alibaba’s founder, Jack Ma, saw his fortune surge to $ 29.2 billion, from about $ 10 billion a year ago. According to Wealth-X, Jack Ma raised his property by 175%, resulting in the highest economic gain over the rest of the billionaires.

Warren Buffett came second, raising his fortune by $ 13.5 billion, or 23 percent, compared to $ 72.6 billion last year, while Bill Gates (the richest man in the world) ) rose by $ 10.5 billion in 2014 and now reaches $ 83.1 billion.

WINS

1.Jack Ma

Net worth December 2013: $ 10.7 billion
Net worth December 2014: $ 29.2 billion
Profit: $ 18.5 billion, + 173%

2. Warren Buffett

Net worth December 2013: $ 59.1 billion
Net worth December 2014: $ 72.6 billion
Profit: $ 13.5 billion, + 23%

3.Bill Gates

Net worth December 2013: $ 72.6 billion
Net worth December 2014: $ 83.1 billion
Profit: $ 10.5 billion, + 14%

4.Mark Zuckerberg

Net worth December 2013: $ 24.7 billion
Net value December 2014: $ 33.1 billion
Profit: $ 8.4 billion, + 34%

5. Patrick Drahi

Net worth December 2013: $ 7.8 billion
Net worth December 2014: $ 12.9 billion
Profit: $ 5.1 billion, + 65%

LOSE

1.Leonid Mikhelson

Net worth December 2013: $ 17 billion
Net worth December 2014: $ 10 billion
Loss: $ 7 billion, -41%

2.Masayoshi Son

Net worth December 2013: $ 19.1 billion
Net worth December 2014: $ 13.2 billion
Loss: $ 5.9 billion, -31%

3.Lui Chee Woo

Net worth December 2013: $ 19.6 billion
Net worth December 2014: $ 14.1 billion
Loss: $ 5.5 billion, -28%

4.Jeff Bezos

Net worth December 2013: $ 34.4 billion
Net worth December 2014: $ 28.9 billion
Loss: $ 5.5 billion, -16%

5.Sheldon Adelson

Net worth December 2013: $ 35.3 billion
Net value December 2014: $ 30.1 billion
Loss: $ 5.2 billion, -15%

The hobbies of men and women in the world. Consequently, modern crowns can be primarily concerned with increasing their profits and wealth, but they also have their own hobbies that make them escape investment anxiety and live a “normal” life.

Hobbies on the hills

Men
Sports (golf, skiing, soccer) 58.1%
Charity 40.8%
Outdoors (hunting, fishing) 29.6%
Education 22,9%
Aviation 17,8%

Women
Charity 58.3%
Art 31,0%
Sports (golf, tennis, skiing) 30.6%
Education 24.5%
External activities (jogging, nature) 17.9%

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