There’s OLD money; i.e The Rockefeller’s. And then there is NEW money; i.e entrepreneurs of today.
When you think of long-standing families, such as the Rockefeller, you think of an extensive lineage of wealthy individuals that have basically kept the money and assets “all in the family.”
Today, in 2014, there is, what I observe as, NEW money. No longer are people wealthy because they are simply born into it. But more so, people are making their own NEW money from nothing, because they work hard to do so!
In this great free country of ours, what you want is what you will get. Period. If you work hard and make things happen for yourself, then you will benefit from it in one way or another.
Institutionalized government unemployment rates are still rising in various portions of the country, but “the average American” is becoming richer, alongside in the shadows..
The way things are presently occurring in the countries economy, with the state-to-state issues concerning the Affordable Care Act and it’s varying regulations and rules; employment opportunities fluctuating in big, metropolitan cities vs. being more non-existent in rural areas; individual education levels and how having a degree typically doesn’t even matter when it comes to finding steady work anymore, citizens are truly taking their lively hoods into their own hands and creating a new vision of making a living for themselves.
The dynamics of riches and wealthy are changing rapidly, day-to-day. And I have to say that I am GLAD. No longer do little kids (especially poorer black girls and boys), have to sit around wishing they had been born into that wealthy family (even though that is nice!), but more so they are beginning to understand that it is the individual’s mind state and hard work which they put forth using there own hands, that creates them wealth and riches