The top hedge-fund managers hauled in major paydays in 2018, according toInstitutional Investors annual Rich List.

These fund managers were big winners despite the fact that a majority of hedge funds lost money in 2018.

Last year was a tough one for many hedge funds, with over 60% losing money, according to areport from Institutional Investor.

Despite the difficult year, which included extreme volatility in the fourth quarter, some leading hedge-fund managers received some insane levels of compensation.

The list is dominated by the industrys heavyweights, like Ray Dalio who had his best performance since 2011. Dalios $2 billion payout for 2018 comes out to $5.5 million per day, or $228,310 per hour, according toInstitutional Investor.

And while Dalio was the big winner, 12 of the 25 managers who qualified for last years list failed to make it this year – even though the minimum requirement of $50.8 million was the lowest since 2003,Institutional Investorsaid.

Appaloosa Managements David Tepper and Third Points Daniel Loeb were the only two managers to in last years top 11 who failed to make the top 25 in 2018.

2019 compensation: $530 million2018 rank: Did not qualify

2019 compensation: $750 million2018 rank: 5 ($975 million)

2019 compensation: $820 million2018 rank: 10 ($570 million)

2019 compensation: $820 million2018 rank: 10 ($570 million)

2019 compensation: $870 million2018 rank: 3 ($1.4 billion)

2019 compensation: $1.5 billion2018 rank: 1 ($1.7 billion)

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These 9 hedge fund managers made an insane amount of money in 2018