1st World Corporate America & Third World Regular America

1st World Corporate America & Third World Regular America

A key sign of financial health is savings; if one does not have a decent amount of money tucked away for a rainy day it is a sign that all is not well. Americans have a very hard time sticking to a budget; compared to their Asian counterparts, Americans are undisciplined when it comes to saving money.  This is reflected in the startling revelation that over 62% of Americans do not even have $1000 in savings. Foreigners are shocked when they find out that Americans have so little money saved for a rainy day.  In terms of savings, America is worse than many developing nations and in fact, the middle class in many third world countries have more money saved than the average middle-class family in the US.

62% americans don't have 1000 or more in savings

 “It’s worrisome that such a large percentage of Americans have so little set aside in a savings account,” said Cameron Huddleston, a personal finance expert and columnist for GOBankingRates. “It suggests that they likely don’t have cash reserves to cover an emergency and will have to rely on credit, friends, and family, or even their retirement accounts to cover unexpected expenses.”

If 62% don’t have $1000 or more what the hell do they expect to do if some misfortune strikes them? Hope that some Good Samaritan throws money on their laps.  Americans are still not thinking, they are spending money they don’t have on crap they don’t need to impress they don’t even like. It’s a pure recipe for disaster. Americans have never learned to live within their means and with the economy in disarray they should be living one to two levels below their means.  It appears that they will only learn after they have lost it all and thrown on the streets; at that point reality will hit, but by then it will be too late for most.

 Our recent article of which an excerpt is provided below illustrates how many Middle-Class Chinese have $50,000 or more in savings.

According to Credit Suisse109 million, Chinese have savings network that ranges from $50,000 to $500,000. The momentum gained traction in 2000; since that time, China’s Middle Class has grown at twice the U.S rate.  To avoid changes such as unemployment, Credit Suisse, measured wealth rather than income. Hence, these numbers are quite shocking; when you consider that the average worker in the U.S does not even have $5,000 in savings. Makes you wonder which country is 3rd world and which one is 1st world

China accounts for a fifth of the World Population but accounts for 10% of the Global Wealth. In the years to come the pace will continue to increase, eventually propelling China to the number one place. China has the World’s second most Millionaires and is creating them at a faster rate than the U.S.  Currently, China has more than one million millionaires. However, China now has the most billionaires In the World, and this means its just a matter of time before they have the most millionaires too. Full Story

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