Jeff Bezos remains the world's richest person, ahead of Bill Gates and Warren Buffett, according to the latest Forbes list of the ultra wealthy.
While things are largely stable up on top of the list, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg dropped three spots and former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg rose by two.
According to the list announced by Forbes, the riches of Bezos, 55, have swelled by $19 billion in one year and he is now worth $131 billion.
Bezos, who holds 16% of Amazon, has widened the money gap between himself and Gates, the philanthropist and co-founder of Microsoft.
Gates, 63, has seen his wealth grow to $96.5 billion, up from 90 billion last year, Forbes said.
Third place is held by Buffett, 88 and long considered an investment guru, although he did get stung in late February by a deep plunge in shares of US processed food maker Kraft Heinz, in which he had a large stake.
Buffett's fortune slipped by $1.5 billion to $82.5 billion, the magazine estimated.
It is more or less after this trio that things start to get shaken up on the Forbes list.
The CEO of French luxury good company LVMH, Bernard Arnault, held on to fourth place. But Zuckerberg lost $9 billion in net worth and slipped from fifth to eighth.
Ahead of Zuckerberg now are Mexican tycoon Carlos Slim, Zara and Inditex founder Amancio Ortega of Spain, and Oracle co-founder Larry Ellison.
Bloomberg rose from 11th to ninth place as his fortune increased to $55.5 billion, from $50 billion, said Forbes.
Americans still dominate the list with 14 of the top 20 billionaires from the US.
Non-Americans among the top 20 include India's Mukesh Ambani, chairman of Reliance Industries, in 13th place, and China's Ma Huateng, head of the Chinese internet giant Tencent, who rounds out the top 20.
Forbes estimates Trump's wealth at $3.1 billion, unchanged from last year.
While 994 people from last year's ranking saw their wealth drop – a record, according to Forbes – Trump rose in the Forbes ranking from 766 last year to 715 this year.
Trump's nine New York skyscrapers, including the famous Trump Tower on Fifth Avenue, account for nearly half of his wealth, while his clubs and golf courses are valued at $550m.
However, one of Trump's Florida golf clubs, the National Doral Miami, took a hit and has been depreciated by $26m following a sharp drop in bookings attributed to disagreements with the president's policies, Forbes said.
Trump is not the richest US elected official – that honour goes to J.B. Pritzker, a Democrat who took office as governor of Illinois in January.
Pritzker, heir to the Hyatt hotel fortune, was estimated to be worth $3.2 billion.
Meanwhile, there are nine Irish people on the list – including Denis O'Brien, Denis Desmond and the Collison brothers who own payments company Stripe.
A new entrant is Kingspan founder Eugene Murtagh, but Ryanair CEO Michael O'Leary has dropped off the list as he too was a victim of falling share prices.