3 trillion and 900 billion dollars began to shift the next generation of the history of the largest U.S. stock market center: a new report exclusive national industry sector stocks, premarket after hours, ETF, real-time quotes 12 warrants released show that in 2026, ultra high net worth individuals will be the next generation of the transfer of $3 trillion and 900 billion of wealth, means the largest in the history of mankind has begun to transfer of wealth. The report was jointly released by the global wealth advisory body Wealth – X wealth assessment and insurance brokerage and consulting firm NFP. The report shows that $3 trillion and 900 billion is expected to be transferred to the next generation of the richest class net assets, lower than the 2014 estimate of $4 trillion and 100 billion, which has shifted from the asset class has begun. Last year, the threshold of this class is to meet or exceed $30 million. The report predicts: the next 10 years, a total of more than 14 thousand ultra-high net worth individuals may transfer assets." A recent survey by the real estate brokerage firm in London shows that the biggest concern of the world’s richest is "inheritance and inheritance". 67% of the respondents cited the problem as one of the biggest concerns. The equivalent of 3 trillion and 900 billion dollars in ultra high net assets of all personal assets of 13%, enough to buy the world’s ten largest companies, including apple, Google, Microsoft, the parent company of the alphabet Mobil, Berkshire Hathaway, Exxon, Amazon, Facebook, Johnson and general electric. According to Wealth – X and NFP report, the world’s ultra high net worth of wealth will increase 54% to $46 trillion. The report said, this class, about 64% to 19% part of wealth inheritance start empty-handed, creating more wealth. Over the past 35 years to become a billionaire extraordinary Fu Fu era. A report released last month by the Swiss bank and PWC accounting firm shows that the wealth of billionaires comes mainly from industrial innovation, such as steel, automobile and electric power industry. Today, in the United States and Europe, billionaires are mainly from the consumer, technology and financial innovation. In emerging economies, consumer goods and infrastructure industries are relatively easy to build rich. The gap between the rich and the middle class seems to be widening. Analysis of the latest data from the U.S. Congressional Budget Office concluded that from 2004 to 2014, 81% of middle-income families in the United States income flat or reduced. (Bu Xiaoming) (Xinhua special feature) editor: Guo Mingyu SF008相关的主题文章: