NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- Although Warren Buffett has welcomed new investments and seen a number of changes to his company's roster, the past year has been a trying one for his personal wealth.This week, Forbes released its list ranking the 400 richest Americans. According to the report, the Nebraska native came in second behind Microsoft (MSFT - Get Report) founder and friend, Bill Gates. Buffett's $39 billion, however, marked a dramatic $6 billion drop from the previous year. The report said it was the largest decline seen from anyone on the list.
Buffett's Wealth Takes a Big Hit
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