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Jack Dorsey’s wealth tumbles $526 million after Hindenburg short

Hindenburg Research’s recent report accusing Block Inc. of ignoring extensive fraud has had a significant impact on co-founder Jack Dorsey’s net worth. His fortune experienced its most substantial single-day decline since May, with a drop of 11%, resulting in a decrease of $526 million. According to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index, Dorsey’s net worth now stands at $4.4 billion.

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Hindenburg report and Jack Dorsey’s Wealth:

Hindenburg Effect: Jack Dorsey's Net Worth Sinks Over $526 Million | India.com

Hindenburg published a report accusing Block of inflating user metrics and predicting a downside of 65% to 75% for the stock based on fundamentals alone. Although Block denied the allegations and intends to pursue legal action against the short-seller, the company’s shares dropped by as much as 22% before ultimately closing down 15%.

Jack Dorsey, who co-founded both Twitter and Block, has the majority of his personal wealth invested in the latter. According to the Bloomberg wealth index, his stake in Block is valued at $3 billion, while his position in Elon Musk’s social media firm is estimated at $388 million.

History of Hindenburg Reports:

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Hindenburg Research, headed by Nathan Anderson, has previously targeted billionaires and caused their wealth to plummet.

Earlier this year, the firm conducted an investigation into Indian businessman Gautam Adani and his companies, which resulted in their stocks plunging and causing Adani’s net worth to decrease by tens of billions of dollars. Adani, who was previously the world’s second-richest person, is now ranked 21st on Bloomberg’s wealth index with a fortune of $60.1 billion.

In September 2020, Hindenburg also focused on electric carmaker Nikola Corp. The company’s stock price dropped following the report, and an investigation ultimately resulted in the conviction of founder Trevor Milton for fraud in October of that year.

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