Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz looks at the people and ideas that shape markets, investing and business.
Today’s modern leaders face a different set of financial challenges than their predecessors did, but also far more opportunities. And the conventional wisdom of past generations is just that- conventional. Good Money is dedicated to demystifying personal finance for the modern leader, helping them prepare for a better future.
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Superyacht sales climbed to record levels last year, sapping supply and boosting prices to heights unlikely to soften despite the tumultuous start to 2022 in financial markets.
A total of 887 superyachts were sold in 2021, a 77% jump from a year earlier and more than double the number in 2019, according to a report from maritime data firm VesselsValue.