Luxury, affluence, and wealth marketers define their target markets in many different ways (by income, wealth, generation, buying habits, attitudinally, etc.).
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JULY 21, 2014
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DOMESTIC LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY
2014 - INSPIRED WEALTH MANAGEMENT, LLC
AROUND THE WEB
- Luxury, In The Words Of Today's 3 Major Generations
Wednesday Feb 1, 2017
- Unlocking Latino Wealth
Thursday Mar 30, 2017
We have all heard the statistics of the huge $1.5 trillion Latino buying power but seldom do we hear or talk about Latino wealth creation. In my book, wealth is a more important long-term indicator than buying power as it is a measure of the long-term progress, well-being and freedom of a community. After all, a wealthier Latino community would have even higher levels of buying power.
- Social Media Inspires Travel (And Jealousy)
Wednesday May 31, 2017
Most adults who travel today say they were inspired to do so by social media content showing their friends' adventures.
- This Weekend with Gordon Deal January 21, 2017
By email@example.com (Compass Media Networks) - Saturday Jan 21, 2017
A look at Donald Trump's foreign policy challenges, lack of young home buyers fuels generational wealth gap and the best ways to manage a demanding boss.
- How To Ignore the Noise
Friday Jun 1, 2012
How advisers can keep heirs as clients. Plus, how you can teach clients to ignore the noise. And, a look at non-traded REITs. Dow Jones Wealth Adviser's Veronica Dagher reports.
- Ask the NY Giants: Socks with Sandals?
Tuesday Sep 15, 2015
- Inside Wealth: At Last, Jeff Bezos Offers a Hint of His Philanthropic Plans
By ROBERT FRANK - Thursday Jun 15, 2017
People have wondered if the Amazon chief was waiting until retirement to make a big charitable splash. In a tweet, he solicited ideas from the public.
- E-Trade’s New Ad Campaign Is Everything That’s Wrong With Capitalism
By Eillie Anzilotti - Tuesday Jun 20, 2017
By using opulence to sell its investment services, the online broker patches together a plutocratic vision of the American dream, ignoring how entrenched inequality is–and how much more difficult it is to overcome.
The fact that there are eight men in the world–including Mark Facebook’s Zuckerberg and Amazon’s Jeff Bezos–who control more wealth than the world’s 3.6 billion poorest people, if nothing else, should inspire outrage. We envision these tycoons–and those just rungs below them on the economic ladder–hanging out on yachts, sipping gold-flecked champagne, blissfully unaffected by the rest of the world’s problems; we imagine them opening their wallets for luxuries like first-class airfare and private helicopters, while the rest of us struggle through patching together gig economy jobs and commuting on broken, unfunded subway rides.