Two Share Graphs: Household Assets and Wages

Two quick “share” graphs that tell useful stories, both from Goldman Sachs.

The first is changing share of US household financial assets over time. Fairly remarkable shifts.


The second is the changing share of US GDP when looked at through wages or corporate profits. Quite the divergence.


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  1. afa says:


  2. Bruce Ross says:

    “Noncorporate equity” — that’s homes, farms, personal businesses, right?

    The particular shift — from noncorporate to corporate — is pretty astonishing. And telling.