One of the world's 30 richest men lost big after Donald Trump's shock election win.
According to the Wall Street Journal, famed hedge fund investor George Soros reportedly lost around $1 billion (£820,748,530) after his election win caused the stock market to rally.
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Soros was a huge supporter of Hillary Clinton, committing $25 million (£20.5 million) to her campaign.
Soros was one of many who bet on a Trump win causing a massive selloff, but instead, the market has rallied nearly 10%.
But despite the loss, Soros Fund Management gained 5% for the year.
Soros has since called Trump a 'would-be dictator' and has said that 'democracy is now in crisis.'
He has since pledged $10 million to fight an increase in hate crimes he links to Trump's 'incendiary rhetoric.'
On the other side of things, Brit, John Mappin made himself a tidy sum after the US election results were revealed.
Mappin spent £20,000 on 33 bets at William Hill during the presidential campaign and ended up netting himself more than £100,000.