Road to the Riches: Tracking the Journey of the Superwealthy

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How Rich is Rich?

Growth of the Global Billionaire Population
While nearly 1 in 2 people on this planet have a net worth of less than $10,000, a select few are worth more than a million dollars. 
And an even more select group is worth a billion or more.
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How Rich is Rich?

While nearly 1 in 2 people on this planet have a net worth of less than $10,000, a select few are worth more than a million dollars. And an even more select group is worth a billion or more.

Composition of net worth around the world

– >$1 million – 29,000,000
– $100,000-$1 million – 344,000,000
– $10,000-$100,000 – 1,035,000,000
– <$10,000 – 3,184,000,000

Snapshot of Superwealth

Here is a look at the number of billionaires by region, including projections
– Country – 2011 – 2012 – 2022
– Africa – 25 – 35 – 75
– Asia – 496 – 543 – 1191
– Europe – 672 – 708 – 1115
– Latin America – 123 – 145 – 301
– Middle East – 128 – 140 – 203
– North America – 487 – 586 – 1146
– Australasia – 36 – 41 – 45

Growth of global billionaire population

– 2011 – 2012 – 2022
– 1967 – 2198 – 4076

Top 30 global cities by high net worth population ($30 million+), 2012

– New York – 7,580
– London – 6,015
– Tokyo – 5,440
– San Francisco – 4,590
– Los Angeles – 4,520
– Beijing – 2,285
– Mumbai – 2,105
– Hong Kong – 3,205
– Sao Paulo – 1,880
– Rio de Janeiro – 1,740
– Delhi – 1,945
– Mexico City – 2,585
– Osaka – 2,970
– Shanghai – 1,415
– Chicago – 2,615
– Paris – 2,860
– Houston – 2,295
– Washington DC – 2,395
– Dallas – 2,020
– Toronto – 1,765
– Zurich – 1,805
– Munich – 1,670
– Singapore – 1,345
– Sydney – 1,405
– Dusseldorf – 1,420
– Hamburg – 1,370
– Geneva – 1,360
– Melbourne – 1,150
– Frankfurt – 1,220
– Rome – 1,130

Luxury Locations

How many square feet does $1 million buy?
– In Monaco – 14
– In London – 19
– In Paris – 32
– In Moscow – 36
– In New York – 37
– In Sydney – 37
– In Beijing – 49
– In Miami – 57
– In Tokyo – 60
– In Mumbai – 75
– In Istanbul – 85
– In Sao Paolo – 114

Most expensive neighborhoods in the world

– Seventh Arrondissement, Paris, France
– Average home price: $1.2 million
– La Jolla, San Diego, California
– Average home price: $1.7 million
– TriBeCa, New York City
– Average home price: $1.76 million
– Shibuya Neighborhood, Tokyo, Japan
– Average home price: $1.8 million
– Sea Island, Georgia
– Average home price: $2.23 million
– Victoria Peak, Hong Kong
– Average home price: $3.5 million
– Pacific Heights, San Francisco, California
– Average home price: $4.5 million
– Belle Haven, Greenwich, Connecticut
– Average home price: $5 million
– Jupiter Island, Florida
– Average home price: $5.6 million
– Kensington Palace Gardens, London, England
– Average home price: $85 million

Most expensive residential buildings in the world

– One Hyde Park, London – $220 million
– One57, New York – $90 million
– Opus, Hong Kong – $56 million
– Absolute Tower, Mississauga, Canada – $3.1 million
– Aqua, Chicago – $1.1 million

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