Jun 11 2017

Psychologically damaged baby boomers blame Millennials for all of the perceived ills in the economy including destroying dozens of industries.

The headlines continue to rail against young Americans as if they are the primary cause for many industries going under.  Forget about the fact that companies like Amazon have shifted the way all Americans shop.  The headlines blaming young Americans are getting to the point of ridiculousness.  Baby boomers hold 50 percent of all wealth […]

Jan 29 2017

The standard wage for an American is $29,000: Social Security data reveals raw figures for the wealthiest country in the world.

All Americans pay Social Security taxes.  So looking at Social Security for income data is fairly reliable.  The new Social Security figures show that Americans continue to make a lot less than what the public tends to believe.  For example, you may have seen mainstream shows with talking heads saying that someone making $200,000 a […]

Nov 26 2016

Nothing fake about the top 0.1% holding the same amount of wealth as the bottom 90%.

While people argue about what is real and fake news the widening gulf of inequality in the real world only continues to expand.  This is actually happening and for the ultra wealthy that hold most of the wealth, all of this distraction is a good thing.  The latest wealth report from Deutsche Bank Research shows […]

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Aug 20 2016

The wealthiest 10% hold 76% of the wealth: The rich continue to pull away from the rest of the crowd.

Wealth in the U.S. continues to accumulate into fewer hands.  A recent Congressional Budget Office report showed that the top 10% of U.S. families now control 76% of total wealth.  That is a massive amount considering total family wealth is at $67 trillion.  Wealth inequality continues to expand and is creating deeper divides in our […]

May 8 2016

34% of all Americans financially support the rest of the country – 112 million private sector workers support 211 million people.

The latest employment report was lackluster.  The math on the employment numbers has concealed a deeper problem in the economy.  Many Americans are struggling and the middle class continues to lose ground.  The most startling figure coming out was that 562,000 people dropped out of the labor force.  While there is a bit more information […]

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