America Is A Millionaire's Club

Forbes is reporting that the United States now has more millionaires than any other country in the world - by a long shot.

According to ranking by Credit Suisse Global Wealth Report, the U.S. was home to 41 per cent of the world's millionaires in 2014, and that jumped to 46 per cent in 2015.

Here's how the rest of the world stacks up. One surprise? Canada doesn't even make the top 15.


h/t Forbes

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