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股市暴跌,这些大佬损失最大

Chris Morris 2018年02月14日

这些亿万富翁的持股总数仍然成谜,根据其名下上市公司的情况看,他们的亏损相当巨大。

华尔街股市的“过山车”经常让投资界的老将都觉得有点“晕车”。在经历了数月的波澜不惊后,股市的又一波震荡让一些知名投资人也蒙受了不少短期损失。

对此轮震荡,美国的顶级富豪们感受最深。杰夫·贝佐斯、比尔·盖茨、沃伦·巴菲特都是股市的投资大户。虽然他们家底极厚,在上周的股市震荡中并未伤及元气,但此轮调整也令他们狠狠地亏了不少钱。

这些亿万富翁的持股总数仍然成谜,但根据他们名下上市公司的情况看,这些投资大师还是此轮震荡中亏了不少钱。

杰夫·贝佐斯

亚马逊算是在此次股市震荡中表现得不错的,从2月1日收盘到上周四交易结束时只下跌了3%。到2017年11月,贝佐斯本人大约持有7889万股亚马逊股票,也就是说他的损失大约在31亿美元左右。

沃伦·巴菲特

这几年巴菲特把伯克希尔哈撒韦的股票捐赠了不少,不过到今年1月3日,他仍持有282,511股伯克希尔哈撒韦的A股。上周这些股份贬值了12%,给了巴菲特重重一击。他的资产净值因此下跌了107亿美元,比巴哈马一年的GDP都多。

拉里·埃里森

上周甲骨文公司的股票下跌了9个百分点。埃里森持有的甲骨文股票极多,到2017年12月,他至少持有11亿股公司股票。因此他的损失也达到了55亿美元。

比尔·盖茨

盖茨这几年也渐渐卖掉了不少他持有的微软股票(他现在的持股已少于史蒂夫·鲍默),不过到去年11月17日,他仍持有1.029亿股微软股份。上周微软股价下跌了10%,也就是说盖茨至少损失了9.52亿美元。

马克·扎克伯格

马克·扎克伯格持有的脸书股份大部分是B股(约持有4.11亿股),每股拥有10个投票权。这些股份是不在交易所交易的,所以基本能够避免股市震荡的冲击。他持有的A股只有260多万股,也就是这说这些部分是在华尔街公开交易的。上周随着脸书股价下跌超过11个百分点,他的净资产也减值了5650万美元,和他的身家相比可谓九牛一毛。(财富中文网)

译者:朴成奎

Wall Street’s roller coaster ride of the past week has made even veteran investors a bit queasy. After months of calm, the market’s volatility, while not unusual in the historical sense, has resulted in some big short-term losses.

No one has felt this more than some of the country’s richest people. Jeff Bezos, Bill Gates, and Warren Buffett have substantial stock holdings in their companies—and while none are at risk for a lifestyle change after the past week, the yo-yoing, which has officially put us in correction territory, has impacted their bottom lines.

The entire stock portfolio of these billionaires is generally private information, but based on the public holdings in their own companies, here’s how the recent volatility has impacted some well known names.

Jeff Bezos

Amazon has held up fairly well amidst the market turbulence, only falling 3% between the market close on Feb. 1 and end of trading Thursday. But Bezos holds approximately 78.89 million shares of the company as of November 2017. That puts his losses at $3.1 billion.

Warren Buffett

Buffett has been giving away his Berkshire Hathaway holdings for years, but as of Jan. 3 of this year, he still held 282,511 shares of Berkshire’s Class A stock. Those shares are down 12% over the past week, which has hit Buffett hard. His net worth has fallen $10.7 billion—more than the gross domestic product of the Bahamas.

Larry Ellison

Oracle is down 9% in the past week. Ellison owns an enormous stake in the company—over 1.1 billion shares as of December 2017. That puts his losses at just shy of $5.5 billion.

Bill Gates

Gates has been slowly selling off his shares of Microsoft (and actually owns less than Steve Ballmer does now), but as of Nov. 17, he still held around 102.9 million shares. Microsoft is down 10% in the past week, meaning Gates has seen a loss of about $952 million.

Mark Zuckerberg

The majority of Zuckerberg’s Facebook holdings are in its Class B stock (he owns nearly 411 million shares of it), which have 10 votes per share. That’s not traded on an exchange, so he has been shielded from seeing a big swing in that part of his portfolio. He does own just over 2.6 million Class A shares, though, which are the ones that Wall Street trades. With the company’s 11% dip in the past week, that’s cut his portfolio value by (a relatively paltry) $56.5 million.

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