Do you believe wealth inequality in Europe is real?
Wealth inequality and income inequality is a global phenomenon. The divide between the rich and the poor is accelerating at an unprecedented rate. According to Credit Suisse’s – Global Wealth Report 2016, 1% of the world’s families control 50% of the world’s wealth and the top 10% of adults hold 90%.
That means, the remaining 90% of the world’s population has to share 10%.
Ken Medanić is an international speaker on the subject of financial market risk, biodata and machine learning. Currently completing his master’s degree in finance and finance law, he is raising awareness about wealth inequality in Europe by informing the general public about the real reasons for wealth inequality and the factors that affect wealth distribution.
His message is simple:
“Moving from wealth inequality to WEALTH IN EQUALITY.”
A fairer distribution of European wealth through structural financial market change.
if you believe wealth inequality is real, join us in a city near you!
The purpose of this pan-European project is to inform the general public about the real reasons for wealth inequality and raise awareness into the factors that affect wealth distribution.
There is a lot of effort being invested in trying to curb wealth and income inequality in Europe but why is there no change for the better? Why is the divide between the rich and the poor increasing?
If we, as a society, do not understand the real reasons for wealth inequality then we cannot find the real solution.
Ken Medanić, is a leading researcher in the field of behavioral finance with 12 years of privately funded, empirical study into the neurological and biological responses of the human body whilst trading the financial markets, along with his wife Dr. Michelle Medanić, a Doctor of Clinical Psychology. They are founders of NeuroTrader, a wearable technology that helps people trade the financial markets more successfully and Neuro-Xchange, a system of financial market governance that allows for the fairer distribution of financial wealth..
1. to inform and educate the general public of the biological and psychological aspects of wealth and income inequality.
2. to provide a better distribution of the worlds’ wealth through structural financial market change.
– What does race, gender and age have to do with income inequality?
– How does societal conditioning and culture affect wealth inequality?
– Why do 10% of people reap all the rewards?
and most importantly…
Why does the house always win?