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Can Money Buy Happiness? (Infographic)

Can money buy happiness – a question that’s been asked time after time, with no simple formula nor answer. As this infographic shows, its very subjective, but what can be determined is whilst lifestyle, health and well-being can absolutely be measured by the amount of money spent, one’s happiness can indeed be influenced by the manner in […]

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The Most Luxurious Neighborhoods in Toronto, Canada

Canada’s Toronto is a beautiful, always-changing city brimming with neighborhoods rich in character and prestige. Nestled in this fascinating patchwork of upscale neighborhoods are some of the most stunning luxury homes in Toronto. For the homebuyer that enjoys the finer thing in life, the city’s fast-growing, record-setting luxury housing market showcases an elite list of […]

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New Report Reveals Countries with Most Millionaire Households

The 2011 Global Wealth Study from Boston Consulting Group reveals the countries in the world that have the most number of millionaire households, with Singapore having the most relative to its population and the United States the most number overall.

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Millionaires Need $7.5 Million USD to “Feel” Wealthy in 2011

A survey of more than 1,000 millionaires (households with at least $1 million in investible assets, excluding retirement accounts and real estate), 42% of respondents say they don’t feel wealthy. To “feel” wealthy they need at least an average net worth of $7.5 million USD.

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Global Wealth in 2010 – A New Report

The analysis of 50 countries shows in the Allianz Global Wealth Report that the wealth losses as a consequence of the financial crisis have not yet been overcome, but at the same time the poor are getting richer faster than the rich are getting richer showing that the Global Financial Crisis has had a somewhat leveling effect.

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Luxury Real Estate News: 1 July 2010 Marquette Turner Luxury Homes eMagazine

In 01 July 2010 issue of the Marquette Turner Luxury Homes eMagazine we feature the world’s wealthiest – where they are and how their wealth held up during the global financial crisis. There’s also an update on the Australian property market, some great images of a bathtub carved from a single Amazonian crystal, a tasty Vodka cream pasta recipe, plus the latest news headlines from around the world. And as always, there’s some great properties in Hawaii, Tuscany and many more.

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Rich Enough to Buy a Country?

Simon Turner of Marquette Turner Luxury Homes writes: Bill Gates, for instance can buy Costa Rica, El Salvador, Bolivia and Uruguay among the 140 countries that have less GDP than his net worth of $50 billion.

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