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Charted: Donald Trump’s Net Worth (2014-2024)

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Charted: Donald Trump’s Net Worth (2014-2024)

This was originally posted on our Voronoi app. Download the app for free on iOS or Android and discover incredible data-driven charts from a variety of trusted sources.

On March 26, 2024, Trump Media & Technology Group (Ticker: DJT) debuted on the Nasdaq exchange, climbing over 30% in its first two days of trading. This gave the company a valuation of $9.4 billion, greatly increasing Donald Trump’s net worth.

To put this increase into perspective, we’ve visualized the past 10 years of Trump’s wealth as measured by Forbes.

Trump’s Net Worth Jumps After Nasdaq Listing

The data we used to create this graphic can be found in the table below. As of April 1, 2024, Trump’s net worth was measured at $5.7 billion. Note that Forbes updates this value regularly.

YearNet Worth ($B)
20143.9
20154.1
20164.5
20173.5
20183.1
20193.1
20202.1
20212.4
20223.0
20232.5
2024
(As of April 1)
5.7

It’s safe to say that going forward, Trump’s net worth will be largely influenced by the value of his stake in Trump Media & Technology Group (TMTG). SEC filings have revealed that the former president has a stake of at least 58.1% in the company.

What is Trump Media & Technology Group?

TMTG is a media company founded in 2021 by Trump, debuting on the Nasdaq as a public company after merging with Digital World Acquisition Corp, a special-purpose acquisition company (SPAC).

Also known as “blank check companies”, SPACs are shell corporations listed on a stock exchange that acquire a private company with the purpose of making it public (without going through an IPO).

TMTG released its X (formerly Twitter) competitor, Truth Social, in Feb 2022. According to estimates from SimilarWeb, the platform had around 5 million monthly users as of Feb 2024.

DJT Slips After Reporting Weak Financials

After its hot debut on the Nasdaq, DJT shares have stumbled, falling by more than 20% on April 1. This is due to recent disclosures which revealed that the company lost over $58 million in 2023.

Revenue in 2023 was $4.1 million, which is higher than the $1.5 million generated in 2022.

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Ranked: The Countries Receiving the Most Remittances From Abroad

The top 10 countries by money received from abroad have seen a major shift through the years. Only three have stayed put.

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A cropped chart with the top countries by money received from abroad, in current U.S. dollars, based on 2000-2023 data from Knomad.

The Countries Receiving the Most Remittances From Abroad

This was originally posted on our Voronoi app. Download the app for free on iOS or Android and discover incredible data-driven charts from a variety of trusted sources.

We chart the top countries by money received from abroad, in current U.S. dollars, based on 2000-2023 data from Knomad.

Specifically, these transfer totals shown represent personal remittances, or money sent between residents and non-residents, including personal transfers and compensation for work done abroad. It does not include, and is separate from, foreign investment.

Top 10 Countries by Personal Remittances Received (2000-2023)

The Indian diaspora—measuring nearly 18 million people—collectively sent more than $125 billion back to the country in 2023. In fact, India became the first country to ever receive more than $100 billion in personal remittances in 2022.

Top Countries Receiving
Money From Abroad
2000 Top Countries Receiving
Money From Abroad
2023e
🇮🇳 India$13B🇮🇳 India$125B
🇫🇷 France$9B🇲🇽 Mexico$67B
🇲🇽 Mexico$8B🇨🇳 China$50B
🇵🇭 Philippines$7B🇵🇭 Philippines$40B
🇬🇧 UK$5B🇫🇷 France$34B
🇹🇷 Türkiye$5B🇵🇰 Pakistan$24B
🇰🇷 South Korea$5B🇪🇬 Egypt$24B
🇺🇸 U.S.$4B🇧🇩 Bangladesh$23B
🇵🇹 Portugal$4B🇳🇬 Nigeria$21B
🇩🇪 Germany$4B🇬🇹 Guatemala$20B

Note: 2023 figures are estimates. All numbers rounded.

For context, India’s remittances received adds to more than the next two countries, Mexico ($67 billion) and China ($50 billion) combined.

Meanwhile, over the last two decades, the top 10 has seen a major shift. Countries from Europe have fallen out, replaced by Asian and African countries with big diaspora communities.

And the countries they’ve replaced—France, UK, Germany—are now some of the top destinations for immigration, from where remittances are usually sent.

The UN states that at least one in nine people globally are supported by funds received from abroad, and half of the amount ends up in rural areas, where some of the world’s poorest people live. This also makes remittances three times more important than international aid.

On a global scale, personal inbound remittances have risen seven times between 2000 and 2023.

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