Inequality – Wealth per Adult Around the World

Inequality – Wealth per Adult Around the World The U.S. with median wealth per adult at $65.9K, and Canada ($107K), are the wealthiest in the Western Hemisphere. Image: howmuch.net

U.S. Net Worth by Wealth Bracket

U.S. Net Worth by Wealth Bracket Another chart showing the wealth disparities before and after the Great Recession. Inequality: you may also like “Lower Incomes Paid the Highest Price.” Image: Axios

The Top Wealthiest Countries in 2018

The Top Wealthiest Countries in 2018 The United States is the world’s largest wealth market with $60.7 trillion in 2018. Inequality: you may also like “Lower Incomes Paid the Highest Price.” Image: Visual Capitalist

The 10% Richest Households in the U.S. Own Almost 70% of All Wealth

The 10% Richest Households in the U.S. Own Almost 70% of All Wealth The 10% richest households in the US used to own 60% of all wealth. Now they own almost 70%. Inequality: you may also like “U.S. Net Worth by Wealth Bracket.” Image: Deutsche Bank Global Research

Concentration of Stock Ownership by Wealth Bracket

Concentration of Stock Ownership by Wealth Bracket As the chart shows, the top 20% wealthiest American households own over 93% of stocks. You may also like “How the Composition of Wealth Changes from the Middle Class to The Ultra Rich?” and “U.S. Net Worth by Wealth Bracket.” Image: Visual Capitalist

U.S. Private Sector Financial Assets % of GDP

U.S. Private Sector Financial Assets % of GDP The disconnect between the value of U.S. financial assets and GDP raises concerns about the widening wealth gap, potential systemic risks, and economic stability, while also posing policy challenges. Image: BofA Global Investment Strategy

S&P 500 Earnings Estimates

S&P 500 Earnings Estimates Morgan Stanley’s forecast predicts that S&P 500 earnings per share will rise to $229 in 2024 and $266 in 2025, indicating promising prospects for profitability and growth. Image: Morgan Stanley Wealth Management