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Richest People In America 2019 Top Billionaires

How Many Billionaires Are In America In 2019? Top 10 - Top 20 - Top 100 Richest People In America 2019, a complete list of the billionaires in the United States of America.

How Many Billionaires Are In America In 2019? There are 2004 billionaires world wide in 2019 (at the time the article was written), of them 585 are from the United States of America. Jeff Bezos, with an estimated fortune of 134 billion dollars, is the richest person in America, he is also the richest person in the world. Alice Walton, with an estimated fortune of 44 billion dollars, is the richest woman in America (Fran├žoise Bettencourt Meyers is the richest woman in the world).

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Donald Trump's Ranking In America 2019 Top Billionaires? The incumbent 45th President of the United States, Donald J. Trump, with an estimated fortune of 3 billion dollars, is ranked 259 in America's 2019 Top Billionaires, in The World's 2019 Top Billionaires he is ranked 690.

Who Has More Billionaires In 2019, America Or Europe? The United States of America in 2019 has more billionaires than Europe. America has 585 billionaires and Europe has only 524 billionaires, so there are 61 billionaires more in the U.S.

Who are the Top 10 most Richest People In America In 2019? In the following list you will find the top 10 most Richest People In America In 2019, the list is ordered by the wealth of each individual.

Rank - Name - approx. Net Worth - Age - Main Source
1 - Jeff Bezos - $134 Billion - 54 - Amazon
2 - Bill Gates - $94 Billion - 63 - Microsoft
3 - Warren Buffett - $81 Billion - 88 - Berkshire Hathaway
4 - Larry Ellison - $58 Billion - 74 - software
5 - Mark Zuckerberg - $51 Billion - 34 - Facebook
6 - Larry Page - $49 Billion - 45 - Google
7 - Sergey Brin - $48 Billion - 45 - Google
8 - Charles Koch - $47 Billion - 83 - Koch Industries
8 - David Koch - $47 Billion - 78 - Koch Industries
10 - Jim Walton - $44 Billion - 70 - Walmart

Who are the Top 20 most Richest People In America In 2019? Since in the above list you can find the top 10 most Richest People In America In 2019, the following list will start with the rank 11.

Rank - Name - approx. Net Worth - Age - Main Source
11 - Alice Walton - $44 Billion - 69 - Walmart
12 - S. Robson Walton - $44 Billion - 74 - Walmart
13 - Michael Bloomberg - $43 Billion - 76 - Bloomberg LP
14 - Steve Ballmer - $40 Billion - 62 - Microsoft
15 - Sheldon Adelson - $33 Billion - 85 - casinos
16 - Michael Dell - $32 Billion - 53 - Dell computers
17 - Phil Knight - $31 Billion - 80 - Nike
18 - Jacqueline Mars - $23 Billion - 79 - candy, pet food
18 - John Mars - $23 Billion - 83 - candy, pet food
20 - Elon Musk - $22 Billion - 47 - Tesla Motors

Who are the Top 100 most Richest People In America In 2019? Since in the above list you can find the top 20 most Richest People In America In 2019, the following list will start with the rank 21.

Rank - Name - approx. Net Worth - Age - Main Source
21 - James Simons - $20 Billion - 80 - hedge funds
22 - Rupert Murdoch - $19 Billion - 87 - newspapers, TV network
23 - Ray Dalio - $18 Billion - 69 - hedge funds
24 - Thomas Peterffy - $17 Billion - 74 - discount brokerage
25 - Laurene Powell Jobs - $17 Billion - 55 - Apple, Disney
26 - Carl Icahn - $16 Billion - 82 - investments
27 - Donald Bren - $16 Billion - 86 - real estate
28 - Len Blavatnik - $16 Billion - 61 - diversified
29 - Lukas Walton - $15 Billion - 32 - Walmart
30 - Abigail Johnson - $14 Billion - 57 - money management
31 - Eric Schmidt - $13 Billion - 63 - Google
32 - Harold Hamm - $13 Billion - 73 - oil & gas
33 - Steve Cohen - $12 Billion - 62 - hedge funds
34 - Leonard Lauder - $12 Billion - 81 - Estee Lauder
35 - Stephen Schwarzman - $12 Billion - 71 - investments
36 - David Tepper - $11 Billion - 61 - hedge funds
37 - Thomas Frist, Jr. - $11 Billion - 80 - health care
38 - Philip Anschutz - $11 Billion - 79 - investments
39 - Pierre Omidyar - $11 Billion - 51 - eBay
40 - Donald Newhouse - $10 Billion - 89 - media
41 - Charles Butt & family - $10 Billion - 80 - supermarkets
42 - David Duffield - $10 Billion - 78 - business software
43 - Ken Griffin - $9 Billion - 50 - hedge funds
44 - Gordon Moore - $9 Billion - 90 - Intel
45 - Ronald Perelman - $9 Billion - 76 - leveraged buyouts
46 - Dustin Moskovitz - $9 Billion - 34 - Facebook
47 - Jan Koum - $9 Billion - 42 - WhatsApp
48 - John Menard, Jr. - $9 Billion - 78 - home improvement stores
49 - Blair Parry-Okeden - $8 Billion - 68 - media, automotive
50 - Jim Kennedy - $8 Billion - 71 - media
51 - Andrew Beal - $8 Billion - 66 - banks, real estate
52 - Charles Ergen - $8 Billion - 65 - satellite TV
53 - Stanley Kroenke - $8 Billion - 71 - sports, real estate
54 - Micky Arison - $8 Billion - 69 - Carnival Cruises
55 - George Soros - $8 Billion - 88 - hedge funds
56 - Charles Schwab - $8 Billion - 81 - discount brokerage
57 - James Goodnight - $8 Billion - 76 - software
58 - Stephen Ross - $7 Billion - 78 - real estate
59 - Carl Cook - $7 Billion - 56 - medical devices
60 - David Geffen - $7 Billion - 75 - movies, record labels
61 - George Kaiser - $7 Billion - 76 - oil & gas, banking
62 - Edward Johnson, III. - $7 Billion - 88 - money management
63 - Christy Walton - $7 Billion - 69 - Walmart
64 - John Malone - $7 Billion - 77 - cable television
65 - Pauline MacMillan Keinath - $7 Billion - 85 - Cargill
66 - Patrick Soon-Shiong - $7 Billion - 66 - pharmaceuticals
67 - John Doerr - $7 Billion - 67 - venture capital
68 - Jerry Jones - $6 Billion - 76 - Dallas Cowboys
69 - Hank & Doug Meijer - $6 Billion - / - supermarkets
70 - Eli Broad - $6 Billion - 85 - investments
71 - Tom & Judy Love - $6 Billion - 82 - retail & gas stations
72 - Robert Kraft - $6 Billion - 77 - New England Patriots
73 - Herbert Kohler, Jr. - $6 Billion - 79 - plumbing fixtures
74 - Sun Hongbin - $6 Billion - 56 - real estate
75 - Ann Walton Kroenke - $6 Billion - 70 - Walmart
76 - Ralph Lauren - $6 Billion - 79 - Ralph Lauren
77 - Daniel Gilbert - $6 Billion - 56 - Quicken Loans
78 - Shahid Khan - $6 Billion - 68 - auto parts
79 - Richard Kinder - $6 Billion - 74 - pipelines
80 - David Shaw - $6 Billion - 67 - hedge funds
81 - John Paulson - $6 Billion - 63 - hedge funds
82 - David Green - $6 Billion - 77 - retail
83 - Leon Black - $6 Billion - 67 - private equity
84 - Marc Benioff - $6 Billion - 54 - business software
85 - Robert Pera - $6 Billion - 40 - wireless networking gear
86 - Israel Englander - $6 Billion - 70 - hedge funds
87 - Marijke Mars - $5 Billion - 54 - candy, pet food
87 - Pamela Mars - $5 Billion - 58 - candy, pet food
87 - Valerie Mars - $5 Billion - 59 - candy, pet food
87 - Victoria Mars - $5 Billion - 62 - candy, pet food
91 - Randa Williams - $5 Billion - 57 - pipelines
92 - Dannine Avara - $5 Billion - 54 - pipelines
93 - Milane Frantz - $5 Billion - 49 - pipelines
94 - Scott Duncan - $5 Billion - 36 - pipelines
95 - James Chambers - $5 Billion - 61 - media, automotive
96 - Katharine Rayner - $5 Billion - 73 - media, automotive
97 - Margaretta Taylor - $5 Billion - 76 - media, automotive
98 - Travis Kalanick - $5 Billion - 42 - Uber
99 - John A. Sobrato - $5 Billion - 79 - real estate
100 - Diane Hendricks - $5 Billion - 71 - roofing

Who are all the Billionaires In America In 2019? Since, in the above three lists you can find the Top 100 Billionaires in the United States of America, the following list will start with the rank 101, the list is ordered by the wealth of each individual.

Name - Net Worth in Billions - Age - Main Source
Dennis Washington - $5 B - 84 - construction, mining (rank 101)
Whitney MacMillan - $5 B - 89 - Cargill
Bubba Cathy - $5 B - 64 - Chick-fil-A
Dan Cathy - $5 B - 65 - Chick-fil-A
Steven Rales - $5 B - 67 - manufacturing
Nancy Walton Laurie - $5 B - 67 - Walmart
Stewart and Lynda Resnick - $5 B - / - agriculture, water
Richard LeFrak - $5 B - 73 - real estate
David Siegel - $5 B - 57 - hedge funds
John Overdeck - $5 B - 49 - hedge funds
Charles Dolan - $5 B - 92 - cable television
George Lucas - $5 B - 74 - Star Wars
Sam Zell - $5 B - 77 - real estate, private equity
Henry Kravis - $5 B - 75 - private equity
George Roberts - $5 B - 75 - private equity
Ronda Stryker - $5 B - 64 - medical equipment
Trevor Rees-Jones - $5 B - 67 - oil & gas
Bruce Kovner - $5 B - 73 - hedge funds
Sheldon Solow - $5 B - 90 - real estate
Ray Lee Hunt - $5 B - 75 - oil, real estate
Charles Johnson - $5 B - 86 - money management
Bernard Marcus - $5 B - 89 - Home Depot
Robert Rowling - $4 B - 65 - hotels, investments
Robert Bass - $4 B - 70 - oil, investments
J. Christopher Reyes - $4 B - 65 - food distribution
Jude Reyes - $4 B - 63 - food distribution
John Morris - $4 B - 70 - sporting goods retail
Jim Davis - $4 B - 75 - New Balance
Leonard Stern - $4 B - 80 - real estate
Stanley Druckenmiller - $4 B - 65 - hedge funds
Martha Ingram - $4 B - 83 - book distribution, transportation
Daniel Ziff - $4 B - 47 - investments
Dirk Ziff - $4 B - 54 - investments
Robert Ziff - $4 B - 52 - investments
Reinhold Schmieding - $4 B - 64 - medical devices
Robert Rich, Jr. - $4 B - 77 - frozen foods
Les Wexner - $4 B - 81 - retail
Karen Pritzker - $4 B - 61 - hotels, investments
Edward Roski, Jr. - $4 B - 80 - real estate
Tilman Fertitta - $4 B - 61 - Houston Rockets, entertainment
Arthur Blank - $4 B - 76 - Home Depot
Paul Tudor Jones, II. - $4 B - 64 - hedge funds
Russ Weiner - $4 B - 48 - energy drinks
Sumner Redstone - $4 B - 95 - media
Terrence Pegula - $4 B - 67 - natural gas
Walter Scott, Jr. - $4 B - 87 - utilities, telecom
Gwendolyn Sontheim Meyer - $4 B - 57 - Cargill
Jack Dorsey - $4 B - 42 - Twitter, Square
Robert Smith - $4 B - 56 - private equity
Ted Lerner - $4 B - 93 - real estate
Isaac Perlmutter - $4 B - 76 - Marvel comics
David Filo - $4 B - 52 - Yahoo
Tamara Gustavson - $4 B - 57 - self storage
Jeff Sutton - $4 B - 58 - real estate
Jeff Skoll - $4 B - 53 - eBay
Frank VanderSloot - $4 B - 70 - nutrition and wellness products
Julian Robertson, Jr. - $4 B - 86 - hedge funds
Rupert Johnson, Jr. - $4 B - 78 - money management
Kelcy Warren - $4 B - 63 - pipelines
Rick Caruso - $4 B - 60 - real estate
Dagmar Dolby - $4 B - 77 - Dolby Laboratories
Igor Olenicoff - $4 B - 76 - real estate
Rocco Commisso - $4 B - 69 - telecom
H. Ross Perot, Sr. - $4 B - 88 - computer services, real estate
John Sall - $4 B - 70 - software
Thomas Pritzker - $4 B - 68 - hotels, investments
Austen Cargill, II. - $4 B - 67 - Cargill
James Cargill, II. - $4 B - 69 - Cargill
Marianne Liebmann - $4 B - 65 - Cargill
Stephen Bisciotti - $4 B - 58 - staffing, Baltimore Ravens
David Sun - $4 B - 67 - computer hardware
John Tu - $4 B - 77 - computer hardware
Ben Ashkenazy - $4 B - 49 - real estate
Jerry Speyer - $4 B - 78 - real estate
Marian Ilitch - $4 B - 86 - pizza, sports team
Lin Bin - $4 B - 50 - smartphones
Henry Samueli - $3 B - 64 - semiconductors
Tom Gores - $3 B - 54 - private equity
Steven Udvar-Hazy - $3 B - 72 - aircraft leasing
Mark Cuban - $3 B - 60 - online media
Neil Bluhm - $3 B - 80 - real estate
Gabe Newell - $3 B - 56 - video games
Ronald Lauder - $3 B - 74 - Estee Lauder
Fred Smith - $3 B - 74 - FedEx
Ira Rennert - $3 B - 84 - investments
Robert McNair - $3 B - 82 - energy, sports
Brian Chesky - $3 B - 37 - Airbnb
Joe Gebbia - $3 B - 37 - Airbnb
Nathan Blecharczyk - $3 B - 35 - Airbnb
Steven Spielberg - $3 B - 72 - Movies
Michael Milken - $3 B - 72 - investments
Roger Wang - $3 B - 70 - retail
Archie Aldis Emmerson - $3 B - 89 - timberland, lumber mills
Jack Dangermond - $3 B - 73 - mapping software
Brian Acton - $3 B - 46 - WhatsApp
Clifford Asness - $3 B - 52 - Investment Management
Helen Johnson-Leipold - $3 B - 62 - cleaning products
Donald Sterling - $3 B - 84 - real estate
S. Curtis Johnson - $3 B - 63 - cleaning products
Winifred Johnson-Marquart - $3 B - 59 - cleaning products
Richard Schulze - $3 B - 78 - Best Buy
James Leprino - $3 B - 81 - cheese
Jensen Huang - $3 B - 55 - semiconductors
Bernard Saul, II. - $3 B - 86 - banking, real estate
H. Fisk Johnson - $3 B - 60 - cleaning products
Jeremy Jacobs, Sr. - $3 B - 78 - food service
Dan Friedkin - $3 B - 53 - Toyota dealerships
Douglas Leone - $3 B - 61 - venture capital
Rodger Riney - $3 B - 73 - discount brokerage
Min Kao - $3 B - 69 - navigation equipment
Henry Nicholas, III. - $3 B - 59 - semiconductors
Harry Stine - $3 B - 77 - agriculture
Jeff Greene - $3 B - 64 - real estate, investments
Bert Beveridge - $3 B - 57 - vodka
John Brown - $3 B - 84 - medical equipment
Jane Goldman - $3 B - 63 - real estate
Barry Diller - $3 B - 76 - online media
Joshua Harris - $3 B - 54 - private equity
Charles Cohen - $3 B - 66 - real estate
Reed Hastings - $3 B - 58 - Netflix
David Steward - $3 B - 67 - IT provider
Amos Hostetter, Jr. - $3 B - 81 - cable television
Ken Langone - $3 B - 83 - investments
Mitchell Rales - $3 B - 62 - manufacturing, investments
David Bonderman - $3 B - 76 - private equity
Amy Goldman Fowler - $3 B - 64 - real estate
Diane Kemper - $3 B - 73 - real estate
Anthony Pritzker - $3 B - 58 - hotels, investments
Allan Goldman - $3 B - 75 - real estate
Lynn Schusterman - $3 B - 79 - oil & gas, investments
John Arnold - $3 B - 44 - hedge funds
Peter Kellogg - $3 B - 76 - investments
Paul Singer - $3 B - 74 - hedge funds
Howard Schultz - $3 B - 65 - Starbucks
Edward Johnson, IV. - $3 B - 54 - money management
Elizabeth Johnson - $3 B - 55 - money management
Judy Faulkner - $3 B - 75 - health IT
Ernest Garcia, II. - $3 B - 61 - used cars
Andres Santo Domingo - $3 B - 40 - beer
Alejandro Santo Domingo - $3 B - 41 - beer
Gary Rollins - $3 B - 74 - pest control
J.B. Pritzker - $3 B - 53 - hotels, investments
Leon G. Cooperman - $3 B - 75 - hedge funds
Scott Cook - $3 B - 66 - software
Tom Golisano - $3 B - 77 - payroll services
Sid Bass - $3 B - 76 - oil, investments
John Middleton - $3 B - 63 - tobacco
Meg Whitman - $3 B - 62 - eBay
Michael Moritz - $3 B - 64 - venture capital
Don Hankey - $3 B - 75 - auto loans
Randall Rollins - $3 B - 87 - pest control
Herb Simon - $3 B - 84 - real estate
John Catsimatidis - $3 B - 70 - oil, real estate
Mark Shoen - $3 B - 68 - U-Haul
Don Vultaggio - $3 B - 66 - AriZona Beverages
Vincent McMahon - $3 B - 73 - Entertainment
Ken Fisher - $3 B - 68 - money management
Jean (Gigi) Pritzker - $3 B - 56 - hotels, investments
Donald Trump - $3 B - 72 - television, real estate
Daniel Loeb - $3 B - 57 - hedge funds
Steve Wynn - $3 B - 76 - casinos, hotels
Romesh T. Wadhwani - $3 B - 71 - software
Mark Walter - $3 B - 58 - finance
Joseph Liemandt - $3 B - 50 - Software
Lynsi Snyder - $3 B - 36 - In-N-Out Burger
Daniel Och - $3 B - 57 - hedge funds
Andrew & Peggy Cherng - $3 B - / - restaurants
Jon Stryker - $3 B - 60 - medical equipment
Michael Rubin - $2 B - 46 - online retail
Thomas Siebel - $2 B - 66 - business software
Nick Caporella - $2 B - 82 - beverages
Marc Rowan - $2 B - 56 - private equity
Arturo Moreno - $2 B - 72 - billboards, Anaheim Angels
James Jannard - $2 B - 69 - sunglasses
William Wrigley, Jr. - $2 B - 55 - chewing gum
Joe Mansueto - $2 B - 62 - investment research
Patrick Ryan - $2 B - 81 - insurance
Haim Saban - $2 B - 74 - TV network, investments
Charles Simonyi - $2 B - 70 - Microsoft
Edward DeBartolo, Jr. - $2 B - 72 - shopping centers
Rakesh Gangwal - $2 B - 65 - airline
Gerald Ford - $2 B - 74 - banking
Jay Paul - $2 B - 71 - real estate
Gayle Benson - $2 B - 71 - pro sports teams
Mary Alice Dorrance Malone - $2 B - 68 - Campbell Soup
Jane Lauder - $2 B - 46 - cosmetics
James Irsay - $2 B - 59 - Indianapolis Colts
Jonathan Gray - $2 B - 48 - investments
Vincent Viola - $2 B - 62 - electronic trading
Mortimer Zuckerman - $2 B - 81 - real estate, media
Jim Breyer - $2 B - 57 - venture capital
Chase Coleman, III. - $2 B - 43 - hedge fund
John Fisher - $2 B - 57 - Gap
Sean Parker - $2 B - 39 - Facebook
Jimmy Haslam - $2 B - 64 - gas stations, retail
Daniel D'Aniello - $2 B - 72 - private equity
Penny Pritzker - $2 B - 59 - hotels, investments
William Conway, Jr. - $2 B - 69 - private equity
Doris Fisher - $2 B - 87 - Gap
B. Wayne Hughes - $2 B - 85 - self storage
David Rubenstein - $2 B - 69 - private equity
Noam Gottesman - $2 B - 57 - hedge funds
Richard Peery - $2 B - 80 - real estate
Jorge Perez - $2 B - 69 - real estate
Oprah Winfrey - $2 B - 64 - TV shows
Randal Kirk - $2 B - 64 - pharmaceuticals
E. Joe Shoen - $2 B - 69 - U-Haul
Eric Smidt - $2 B - 59 - hardware stores
Glen Taylor - $2 B - 77 - printing
John Paul DeJoria - $2 B - 74 - hair products, tequila
Riley Bechtel - $2 B - 66 - engineering, construction
Stephen Bechtel, Jr. - $2 B - 93 - engineering, construction
Johnelle Hunt - $2 B - 87 - trucking
Stephen Mandel, Jr. - $2 B - 62 - hedge funds
Warren Stephens - $2 B - 61 - investment banking
T. Denny Sanford - $2 B - 83 - banking, credit cards
Do Won & Jin Sook Chang - $2 B - 63 - fashion retail
George Bishop - $2 B - 81 - oil & gas
Peter Thiel - $2 B - 51 - Facebook, Palantir
Richard Sands - $2 B - 67 - Food & Beverage
Denise York - $2 B - 68 - San Francisco 49ers
Bob Parsons - $2 B - 68 - web hosting
John Henry - $2 B - 69 - sports
John Pritzker - $2 B - 65 - hotels, investments
Robert Sands - $2 B - 60 - Food & Beverage
Jim Davis - $2 B - 58 - staffing & recruiting
Phil Ruffin - $2 B - 83 - casinos, real estate
Ray Davis - $2 B - 77 - pipelines
Eric Lefkofsky - $2 B - 49 - Groupon
David Walentas - $2 B - 80 - real estate
C. Dean Metropoulos - $2 B - 72 - investments
Jerry Yang - $2 B - 50 - Yahoo
Kenneth Feld - $2 B - 70 - circus, live entertainment
Thomas Hagen - $2 B - 83 - insurance
Joseph Grendys - $2 B - 57 - poultry processing
Brad Kelley - $2 B - 62 - tobacco
Daniel Pritzker - $2 B - 59 - hotels, investments
Lee Bass - $2 B - 62 - oil, investments
George Argyros - $2 B - 81 - real estate, investments
Bill Austin - $2 B - 76 - hearing aids
Bennett Dorrance - $2 B - 72 - Campbell Soup
John Arrillaga - $2 B - 81 - real estate
Thomas Secunda - $2 B - 64 - Bloomberg LP
Drayton McLane, Jr. - $2 B - 82 - Walmart, logistics
Mark Stevens - $2 B - 58 - venture capital
Ty Warner - $2 B - 74 - real estate, plush toys
Anita Zucker - $2 B - 66 - chemicals
Stewart Rahr - $2 B - 72 - drug distribution
H. Ross Perot, Jr. - $2 B - 60 - real estate
Timothy Boyle - $2 B - 69 - Columbia Sportswear
Jeff Rothschild - $2 B - 64 - Facebook
William Young - $2 B - 78 - plastics
Thai Lee - $2 B - 60 - IT provider
Norman Braman - $2 B - 86 - art, car dealerships
Osman Kibar - $2 B - 47 - biotech
Phillip Frost - $2 B - 82 - pharmaceuticals
Chuck Bundrant - $2 B - 76 - fishing
Larry Robbins - $2 B - 49 - hedge funds
Todd Christopher - $2 B - 56 - hair care products
Jim Coulter - $2 B - 59 - private equity
Edward Bass - $2 B - 73 - oil, investments
David Gottesman - $2 B - 92 - investments
Dan Snyder - $2 B - 54 - Washington Redskins
Clayton Mathile - $2 B - 77 - pet food
Jon Yarbrough - $2 B - 61 - video games
Ted Turner - $2 B - 80 - cable television
James Dinan - $2 B - 59 - hedge funds
Alec Gores - $2 B - 65 - private equity
Gordon Getty - $2 B - 85 - Getty Oil
Pat Stryker - $2 B - 62 - medical equipment
Kavitark Ram Shriram - $2 B - 61 - venture capital, Google
Jeffery Hildebrand - $2 B - 59 - oil
Aerin Lauder - $2 B - 48 - cosmetics
J. Joe Ricketts - $2 B - 77 - TD Ameritrade
Ben Chestnut - $2 B - 44 - email marketing
Dan Kurzius - $2 B - 47 - email marketing
Ron Baron - $2 B - 75 - money management
Jeffrey Lurie - $2 B - 67 - Philadelphia Eagles
Chris Larsen - $2 B - 58 - cryptocurrency
Jim Kavanaugh - $2 B - 56 - IT provider
S. Daniel Abraham - $2 B - 94 - Slim-Fast
Aneel Bhusri - $2 B - 52 - business software
Glenn Dubin - $2 B - 61 - hedge funds
Leslie Alexander - $2 B - 75 - sports team
Vinod Khosla - $2 B - 63 - venture capital
Jeffrey Gundlach - $2 B - 60 - investments
Herbert Allen, Jr. - $2 B - 78 - investment banking
Drew Houston - $2 B - 35 - cloud storage service
Brian Sheth - $2 B - 43 - investments
Henry Laufer - $2 B - 73 - hedge funds
Phillip T. (Terry) Ragon - $2 B - 69 - health IT
Thomas Lee - $2 B - 74 - private equity
Elaine Wynn - $2 B - 76 - casinos, hotels
Alan Trefler - $2 B - 62 - software
Jennifer Pritzker - $2 B - 68 - hotels, investments
James Clark - $2 B - 74 - Netscape, investments
Bruce Karsh - $2 B - 63 - private equity
Howard Marks - $2 B - 72 - private equity
Amy Wyss - $2 B - 48 - medical equipment
Stanley Hubbard - $2 B - 85 - DirecTV
Linda Pritzker - $2 B - 65 - hotels, investments (rank 301)

Below is a list with 184 billionaires in America that have between 1 and 2 billion dollars in 2019, the list is ordered by rank.

Name - Age - Main Source
W. Herbert Hunt - 89 - oil (rank 302)
Lorenzo Fertitta - 50 - casinos, mixed martial arts
Frank Fertitta, III. - 56 - casinos, mixed martial arts
Alexandra Daitch - 56 - Cargill
Katherine Tanner - 63 - Cargill
Lucy Stitzer - 59 - Cargill
Sarah MacMillan - 65 - Cargill
David Murdock - 95 - Dole, real estate
Robert Duggan - 74 - pharmaceuticals
Christopher Cline - 60 - coal
Ron Burkle - 66 - supermarkets, investments
Jim JusticeII. - 67 - coal
John Farber - 93 - chemicals
Antony Ressler - 57 - finance
Tim Sweeney - 48 - video games
Todd Wagner - 58 - online media
David Lichtenstein - 57 - real estate
Jonathan Nelson - 62 - private equity
Stewart Horejsi - 81 - Berkshire Hathaway
Carol Jenkins Barnett - 62 - Publix supermarkets
David Zalik - 44 - financial technology
Kevin Plank - 46 - Under Armour
John Tyson - 65 - food processing
Henry Swieca - 61 - hedge funds
Marc Lasry - 58 - hedge funds
Charles Zegar - 70 - Bloomberg LP
Craig McCaw - 69 - telecom
Gary Michelson - 69 - medical patents
James France - 74 - Nascarracing
Bradley Jacobs - 62 - logistics
Nicolas Berggruen - 57 - investments
Bill Haslam - 60 - truck stops
Miguel McKelvey - 44 - WeWork
William Lauder - 58 - Estee Lauder
Reid Hoffman - 51 - LinkedIn
Rodney Sacks - 69 - energy drinks
William Koch - 78 - investments
William Berkley - 72 - insurance
Jimmy John Liautaud - 54 - sandwich chain
Brian Roberts - 59 - Comcast
Michael Jordan - 55 - Charlotte Hornets, endorsements
Tor Peterson - 54 - commodities
William Stone - 63 - software
Charles Munger - 95 - Berkshire Hathaway
Evan Williams - 46 - Twitter
Christopher Goldsbury - 76 - salsa
David Booth - 73 - mutual funds
Bharat Desai - 66 - IT consulting
Nelson Peltz - 76 - investments
George Joseph - 97 - insurance
Thomas Steyer - 61 - hedge funds
Susan Alfond - 73 - shoes
Bill Alfond - 70 - shoes
Ted Alfond - 74 - shoes
Mario Gabelli - 76 - money management
Catherine Lozick - 74 - valve manufacturing
Julio Mario Santo DomingoIII. - 33 - beer
Craig Newmark - 66 - Craigslist
Ronald Wanek - 77 - furniture
Niraj Shah - 44 - online retail
Manuel Moroun - 91 - transportation
Brian Higgins - 53 - hedge funds
Joseph Edelman - 63 - hedge funds
Louis Bacon - 62 - hedge funds
O. Francis Biondi - 54 - hedge funds
Ryan Graves - 35 - uber
Ben Silbermann - 36 - Pinterest
Steve Conine - 46 - online retail
Peter Buck - 88 - Subway sandwich shops
Sheryl Sandberg - 49 - Facebook
Valentin Gapontsev - 79 - lasers
Hamilton James - 67 - investments
Timothy Headington - 68 - oil & gas, investments
Robert Fisher - 65 - Gap
Evan Spiegel - 28 - Snapchat
William Fisher - 61 - Gap
Bobby Murphy - 30 - Snapchat
James Leininger - 73 - medical products
Bill Gross - 74 - investments
Seth Klarman - 61 - investments
Evgeny (Eugene) Shvidler - 54 - oil & gas, investments
Leonard Schleifer - 66 - pharmaceuticals
Billy Joe (Red) McCombs - 91 - real estate, oil, cars, sports
Peter Sperling - 59 - education
Kathy Fields - 60 - skin care products
Katie Rodan - 63 - skin care products
Martin Selig - 81 - real estate
Dan Wilks - 62 - natural gas
Farris Wilks - 66 - natural gas
Yvon Chouinard - 80 - Patagonia
Roger Penske - 81 - cars
Kenny Troutt - 71 - telecom
Jerry Reinsdorf - 82 - sports teams
Kenneth Tuchman - 59 - outsourcing
Charlotte Colket Weber - 76 - Campbell Soup
Stephen Winn - 72 - real estate services
Nicholas PritzkerII. - 75 - hotels, investments
Gail Miller - 75 - basketball, car dealers
John Edson - 86 - leisure craft
Wilma Tisch - 91 - diversified
Stephen Feinberg - 58 - private equity
Alan Gerry - 90 - cable television
Chris Wanstrath - 33 - collaborative software
Philippe Laffont - 51 - hedge fund
J. Tomilson Hill - 70 - investments
Michael Krasny - 65 - retail
Mark Pincus - 52 - online games
Jonathan Tisch - 65 - insurance, NFL team
Forrest Preston - 85 - health care
Herb Chambers - 77 - car dealerships
Martha Ford - 93 - Ford Motor
Fayez Sarofim - 90 - money management
Jeffrey Lorberbaum - 64 - flooring
Donald Foss - 74 - auto loans
George Marcus - 77 - real estate
Marc Andreessen - 47 - venture capital investing
Sidney Kimmel - 90 - retail
Steve Case - 60 - AOL
Anne Gittinger - 83 - Nordstrom department stores
David Einhorn - 50 - hedge funds
Fatih Ozmen - 60 - aerospace
Sue Gross - 68 - diversified
Alexander Karp - 51 - software firm
Eren Ozmen - 60 - aerospace
Henry Davis - 67 - beef processing
Alexander Rovt - 66 - fertilizer, real estate
Jamie Dimon - 62 - banking
Edmund Ansin - 82 - television
Cargill MacMillanIII. - 59 - Cargill
John MacMillan - 69 - Cargill
Martha MacMillan - 67 - Cargill
William MacMillan - 64 - Cargill
Irwin Jacobs - 85 - semiconductors
Bruce Nordstrom - 85 - Nordstrom department stores
Gary Magness - 64 - cable TV, investments
David Kabiller - 55 - investment management
John Liew - 51 - money management
Tom Preston-Werner - 39 - collaborative software
Jim Thompson - 78 - logistics
Mitchell Jacobson - 67 - industrial equipment
B. Wayne HughesJr. - 58 - storage facilities
Richard Hayne - 71 - Urban Outfitters
Donald Friese - 78 - manufacturing
Kevin Systrom - 35 - Instagram
Thomas Bailey - 82 - money management
Thomas Tull - 48 - movies
J. Christopher Flowers - 61 - investments
J. Hyatt Brown - 81 - insurance
James Duff - 57 - tires, diversified
Thomas Duff - 62 - tires, diversified
Darwin Deason - 78 - Xerox
Henry Engelhardt - 60 - insurance
Richard YuenglingJr. - 75 - beer
John Martin - 67 - pharmaceuticals
Chris Sacca - 43 - venture capital investing
Andrea Reimann-Ciardelli - 62 - consumer goods
Paul Fireman - 74 - Reebok
Richard Kayne - 73 - investments
Jerry Moyes - 74 - transportation
William Macaulay - 73 - energy investments
Jayshree Ullal - 57 - computer networking
Michael Price - 66 - investments
Michael Steinhardt - 78 - hedge funds
Chad Richison - 48 - payroll processing
Randolph Lerner - 56 - banking, credit cards
Nancy Lerner - 58 - banking, credit cards
William Ackman - 52 - hedge funds
Norma Lerner - 82 - banking
Theodore Leonsis - 63 - sports teams
James Truchard - 75 - software
Anastasia Soare - 61 - cosmetics
Evan Sharp - 36 - Pinterest
Lowell Milken - 70 - investments
Thomas James - 76 - finance
Jim Koch - 69 - beer
Sandy Weill - 85 - Citigroup
David Paul - 52 - medical devices
John Goff - 64 - real estate
Edward Lampert - 56 - Sears
Frederic Luddy - 64 - software
George Yancopoulos - 60 - pharmaceuticals
Axel Stawski - 68 - real estate
Carolyn Rafaelian - 52 - jewelry
David Hall - 67 - automotive technology (rank 585)

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