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Topic - Derek Thompson
Millennial-bashing has almost become a blood sport akin to "The Hunger Games," but that much-maligned generation is making its case through the media.
Derek Thompson of the Atlantic notes that the numbers are for wealth, not income — and wealth is built from investments like real estate, stocks, and equity in a business.
“Since poor people spend more of their income immediately, and rich people save/invest more of their income immediately, it's predictable that wealth inequality be much worse than income inequality,” writes Thompson.