Posts filed under “Wages & Income”

Billionaire Census 2014

Wealth-X And UBS Billionaire Census 2014 from Wealth-X on Vimeo.

Category: Video, Wages & Income

Risks to Family Wealth

Source: U.S. Trust

Category: Digital Media, Markets, Wages & Income, Wealth Management

California Teachers takes Harvard to School

For a long time, the fund managers at Yale’s endowment were the industry’s gold standard. Inevitably, as in so many things Ivy, this was noticed by rival Harvard. The so-called Yale Model, developed by David Swensen and his colleague Dean Takahashi, was rich with alternative investments, private equity, commodities and real estate and other items…Read More

Category: Asset Allocation, Investing, Really, really bad calls, Wages & Income

Labor Market Dynamics and Monetary Policy Chair Janet L. Yellen FRBKC Economic Symposium Jackson Hole, Wyoming August 22, 2014     In the five years since the end of the Great Recession, the economy has made considerable progress in recovering from the largest and most sustained loss of employment in the United States since the…Read More

Category: Employment, Federal Reserve, Think Tank, Wages & Income

The 1% May Be Richer Than You Think

Source: Bloomberg

Category: Taxes and Policy, Wages & Income

S&P: Widening Inequality Bad for GDP, Good for Boom/Bust Cycles

Standard & Poor’s: Runaway Inequality Dampens GDP Growth, Leads to Boom/Bust Cycles and Discourages Trade, Investment and Hiring Inequality Also Dampens Social Mobility, Increases Political Pressure and Produces a Less Competitive Workforce Standard & Poor’s released a report on inequality today, concluding: Higher levels of income inequality increase political pressures, discouraging trade, investment, and hiring. Keynes…Read More

Category: Taxes and Policy, Think Tank, Wages & Income

Home Builders Cant Find Workers? Try a Pay Raise!

Source: Morning Market Tidbits, BofA Merrill Lynch   Wage growth for construction workers is historically low; Let’s see if we can figure out why: First, home production has been relatively slow, which should be expected following a long period of overbuilding. That was the excuse from 2007 to 2010. Eight years after home building volume…Read More

Category: Real Estate, Wages & Income

John Oliver on the Wealth Gap

John Oliver discusses America’s growing wealth gap and why it may be a problem in the future.

Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: Wealth Gap

Category: Video, Wages & Income

How Fat is the Top Tail of the Wealth Distribution?

Category: Taxes and Policy, Think Tank, Wages & Income

Category: Federal Reserve, Real Estate, Think Tank, Wages & Income