As it turns out, the most successful people are not the most talented ones. They are just the luckiest!
At least that’s what a new computer model of wealth creation suggests. Taking that into account could maximize returns on just about any kind of investment.
The distribution of wealth follows a well known pattern sometimes called an 80:20 rule. 80 percent of the wealth is owned by 20 percent of the people.
A report last year concluded that just eight men had a total wealth equivalent to the wealth of the world’s poorest 3.8 billion people.
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