10 wealthiest cities in the world — 5 in U

10 wealthiest cities in the world — and five are in the U.S.

New York City is home to the most high-net-worth individuals in the world, …

Japan’s capital Tokyo ranked second with 304,900 high-net-worth individuals. …

San Francisco Bay Area – which includes Silicon Valley – rounds out the top three wealthiest cities …

Los Angeles, Chicago and Houston are the other U.S. cities in the top 10, ranking 6th, 7th, and 8th, respectively.

https://www.cnbc.com/2022/09/15/five-of-the-10-wealthiest-ci…

Much more interesting info at the link.

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They say the wealthy are attracted to certain centers. There they find services and products that fit their tastes. Similarly fortune hunters are attracted by the potential to land some of that wealth.

Some may prefer wide open spaces but there you are more on your own to import the services you want.

They say the wealthy are attracted to certain centers. There they find services and products that fit their tastes. Similarly fortune hunters are attracted by the potential to land some of that wealth.

Larry Ellison owned the largest private yacht in the world. It was so huge it could not moor in cruising marinas, it was either commercial docks or anchoring offshore. Frustrated that he could not hobnob casually with other millionaires, he sold it and bought a smaller one.

Larry Allison got rid of Rising Sun.

What’s curious here is that we seem to be seeing the first public downtime in our century, and half a hundred metres at a time. The main reasons, of course, are not so much financial - Larry has always complained that Rising Sun because of its size can’t get into many ports. The term “many ports” in this case includes such an important location as Port Hercule in Monaco (the pier, which can accommodate a boat Larry, there is only one, and it is almost always busy coming to the Principality tourist liners).

https://itboat.com/articles/2664-larry-allison-got-rid-of-ri…

The Captain

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