Facebook Mark Zuckerberg Loses Over $20 Billion and Drops Below $100 Billion in Wealth

Facebook (META) shares fell 23% in after hours trading as Facebook missed targets on expected numbers on earnings and active monthly users. Facebook also guided that they expect problems with advertising revenue in Q1 and beyond.

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has occasionally been the fourth richest person in the world. However, Microsoft and Google both had great earnings. Google will likely split its stock 20:1 (from about $3000 to $150) in the summer of 2022. Announcing a stock split drives up share prices. The $150 share price will also let Google get put into the Dow Jones index.

Bill Gates repassed Zuckerberg with the Microsoft earnings and the two Google founders (Brin and Page) passed Zuckerberg with the Google earnings and split news. The Facebook crash is sending Zuckerberg from $120 billion down to about $99 billion and about tenth place on the world wealthiest list.

Mark Zuckerberg could be a little disappointed by losing over $20 billion in day but it is difficult to tell by looking at his face.

SOURCES- Facebook, Google Finance, Bloomberg Billionaires
Written by Brian Wang, Nextbigfuture.com

21 thoughts on “Facebook Mark Zuckerberg Loses Over $20 Billion and Drops Below $100 Billion in Wealth”

  1. I have a feeling that following that regimen won't actually make you live longer … it only will feel that way.

  2. Just out of interest….has anyone ever asked Zuck for a billion dollars (no strings attached)? I could be worth giving it a try.

  3. "When we toss out these big words, capitalism, socialism, they get … sensationalized, and people translate them into meaning things that perhaps they don't mean," This is why definitions are important. Free market capitalism is a redundancy. If the business is not paying market for what it uses, or is initiating force or fraud, it is not capitalist, it is "welfare for the rich" as libertarians call it. I do not agree with everything in this:


  4. This cited in above is getting pretty heavy into Primal Science, Major depressive disorder (MDD). All they need to do is check patients' GrimAge before and after Primal Therapy. They used to take cheek swabs at start, so this should not take much time. They could look for anything that has changed to get a "Nurture" GrimAge. I notice this is exactly 50 years after Janov first published. Soon it will be common knowledge. Power addicts beware!


  5. AgeAccelGrim methylation correlation scores show Dairy lengthens life…not as much as some other things…like eating butternut squash or pumpkin. And cheese does not have to be fermented. Mozzarella, ricotta, cottage, and a few others are not fermented and have much lower AGEs (advanced glycation end products). Parmesan is the worst tested and has vastly more AGEs (Mozzarella = 1,677 kU/100 g, Parmesan = 16,900 kU/100 g https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3704564/ )
    I think if they just looked at the dairy that is not fermented the results would be better: cream, milk, mozzarella, ricotta, and cottage. Butter is horrendous because they beat the cream at very high speed. That blending is as bad as or worse than frying.

    Scroll down to figure 6 for a methylation table (the second column with numbers has the GrimAge): https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6366976/

  6. Ah, but Zuckerberg ALSO spent a considerable amount of his own money directly, paying for get out the vote drives in heavily Democratic areas. So we already know his political preferences, and if they are the same as FB's thumb on the social scale, it's not unreasonable to think the thumb is his.

  7. I think you're wrong about this. It's not that they're trading profit for influence. They're under extreme pressure from the MSM and government to suppress dissent. It's very easy to pressure Web2 companies because their revenue comes from corporate ads and they have lots of woke employees who serve as a fifth column, able to undermine the company if it fails to serve elite is interests.

  8. No, he's an exterior beta but his inner world exists outside of normative social relations.

  9. Metaverse seems to be going in the wrong direction. This idea has been tried several times before without much success.

    It is a larger Second Life with slow loading times, overcommercialization and virtual groping.

    Many billions are being spent by Meta and others which could have been used for better purposes

  10. Alc also causes AFIB. Also, cheese (fermented) is as good as beans, only foods to singlehandedly lengthen life.

  11. Too much testosterone shortens life. If that is what the other billionaires are doing, they have been given bad advise.
    With bucks: home hyperberic chamber, regular plasmapheresus (Therapeutic plasma exchange (TPE)), high temp sauna 5 days a week combined with ice bath (going back and forth), fasting 4 sequential days a month, HIIT exercise daily, cardio exercise 3 days a week, sirtuin-6 simulators, weight training, spermidine, antioxidants, periodic treatment with senolytics, minimal AGEs (by low temp cooking boiling or steaming rather than frying, grilling or roasting, not eating highly blended things like butter and mayo, and avoiding fermented foods)…at least until there is an effective treatment to remove glucosepane, HEPA air filtration, lots of fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds, and fish. And they should get one of these new physicals where they do a full body MRI, lots of blood tests, and genetic sequencing. Health Nucleus does this in San Diego. If you are not a billionaire, you can just get all these tests other places for much less.
    And no tobacco or alcohol. There is a myth that low level alcohol is beneficial. That is dubious at best. In the studies they lumped people who used to drink and can't any longer by doctor's order in with those who never drank. When some of those unhealthy people died, it tilted the scales toward low consumption. Alcohol has been clearly shown to cause cancer recently.

  12. The thing is, Zuckerberg could lose 90% of his wealth, and still have more money than he could realistically ever spend. So I doubt he's personally concerned about it; I don't think he's leveraged to the point where he has to worry about going into negative territory.

    It's been evident for some time that he's been taking 'profit' in the form of social and political influence, not cash; Using FB to warp American politics, even at the expense of the bottom line. So looking at his dollar denominated wealth is not looking at what he's interested in. If he loses $20B and throws a Presidential election to his preferred candidate, that's a win from his perspective, not a loss.

    That's common among people like Zuckerberg, Bezos, Dorsey, other internet billionaires. They're taking their profit in things other than money, and are happy to take a hit on the conventional bottom line to do so.

  13. He's been diversifying into hyperinflation shelters like farmland lately. He's no fool, he intends to remain wealthy right through any crash.

  14. Zuck needs to start supplementing with Testosterone like other tech leaders such as Musk and Bezos. He needs to give up on caring what other people think of him and embrace his inner sigma male predator instinct.

  15. Just mildly interested, but how much of Bill Gates assets are still in MS ? and how is it known? Is MS business performance still a valid indicator of Bill Gates' wealth?

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