Surprise The Rich Get Richer

New data on wealth concentration

Since the early 1990s, as the soaring stock market added trillions of dollars to U.S. household wealth, the share of households with equity holdings--either directly or via mutual funds and retirement accounts--has risen from a third to close to half. So you might think that wealth in the U.S. would be growing less concentrated.

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