Trump falls 35 spots on Forbes 400 list

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Donald Trump dropped 35 spots on the Forbes 400 list of the United States' wealthiest billionaires this year, after his fortune was estimated to have fallen by $800 million.

Forbesreleased its analysis of the Republican presidential nominee's fortune last week, but released its annual rankings on Tuesday. Trump is listed in the No. 156 slot with an estimated fortune of $3.7 billion.

Forbesblamed the decline in Trump's wealth on cooling property prices and new information about the nominee's holdings. Forbes released its analysis of Trump's current fortune before the New York Times published Trump's 1995 tax returns this weekend, showing a $916 million loss used to offset taxes for as many as 18 years.

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Top 25 of the Forbes 400

25. Ray Dalio

Net worth: $15.9 billion
Source of wealth: Hedge funds

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24. James Simons

Net worth: $16.5 billion
Source of wealth: Hedge funds

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23. Laurene Powell Jobs

Net worth: $17.7 billion
Source of wealth: Apple, Disney

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22. Len Blavatnik

Net worth: $18.2 billion
Source of wealth: Diversified

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21. Paul Allen

Net worth: $18.9 billion
Source of wealth: Microsoft, investments

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20. Michael Dell

Net worth: $20 billion
Source of wealth: Dell computers

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19. George Soros

Net worth: $24.9 billion
Source of wealth: Hedge funds

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18. Phil Knight

Net worth: $25.5 billion
Source of wealth: Nike

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Tied-16. John Mars

Net worth: $27 billion
Source of wealth: Candy

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Tied-16. Jacqueline Mars

Net worth: $27 billion
Source of wealth: Candy

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15. Steve Ballmer

Net worth: $27.5 billion
Source of wealth: Microsoft

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14. Sheldon Adelson

Net worth: $31.8 billion
Source of wealth: Casinos

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13. Alice Walton

Net worth: $35.4 billion
Source of wealth: Wal-Mart

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12. S. Robson Walton

Net worth: $35.5 billion
Source of wealth: Wal-Mart

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11. Jim Walton

Net worth: $35.6 billion
Source of wealth: Wal-Mart

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10. Sergey Brin

Net worth: $37.5 billion
Source of wealth: Google

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9. Larry Page

Net worth: $38.5 billion
Source of wealth: Google

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Tied-7. David Koch

Net worth: $42 billion
Source of wealth: Diversified

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Tied-7. Charles Koch

Net worth: $42 billion
Source of wealth: Diversified

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6. Michael Bloomberg

Net worth: $45 billion
Source of wealth: Bloomberg LP

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5. Larry Ellison

Net worth: $49.3 billion
Source of wealth: Oracle

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4. Mark Zuckerberg

Net worth: $55.5 billion
Source of wealth: Facebook

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3. Warren Buffett

Net worth: $65.5 billion
Source of wealth: Berkshire Hathaway

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2. Jeff Bezos

Net worth: $67 billion
Source of wealth: Amazon.com

(Photo credit TOMMASO BODDI/AFP/Getty Images)

1. Bill Gates

Net worth: $81 billion
Source of wealth: Microsoft

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In 2015, Trump was estimated to be worth $4.5 billion. Trump first appeared on the Forbes list alongside his father with a shared value of $200 million in 1982, the list's inaugural year.

This year's Forbes list accounts for a combined $2.4 trillion in wealth. Of that, $1.3 trillion belongs to billionaires ages 60 to 79, a category that includes 70-year-old Trump. Real estate accounts for $129 billion of the list's $2.4 trillion.

The top spots on the Forbes 400 list belong to Microsoft's Bill Gates, Amazon's Jeff Bezos, Warren Buffet, Mark Zuckerberg and Oracle's Larry Ellison. Those top five are followed by Michael Bloomberg, who gave a speech at the Democratic National Convention criticizing Trump's record in business.

Forbes also points out that 42, or 10 percent, of the members of this year's list are immigrants, and 14 of those immigrant billionaires are ranked higher than Trump.

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