6 Biggest Millionaire Flops

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Portfolio losses got you down? That's understandable. The dramatic 2008 market drop-off caused the S&P 500 Index to tumble 37%, wiping out more than $4 trillion in workers' retirement plan savings alone.

If you lost money, you're not alone, but at least you can put some blame on the market. Major errors of judgment have cost some of the world's richest people more than just a pretty penny - and these are people who have a lot to lose. Console yourself with these famous financial flops. (Want to be a millionaire yourself? Read Getting A Millionaire's Mindset.)
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