Consumer Wealth Facts & Figures (Federal Reserve Flow of Funds):
Analyzing the ≈$110 Trillion of Consumer Households Assets, ≈$20 Trillion of Consumer Household Liabilities, & ≈$90 Trillion of Consumer Households Net Worth

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Date Published: September 13, 2017
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The purpose of this research is to provide readers with a comprehensive understanding of the vast amount of consumer wealth, as reported in the quarterly Federal Reserve flow-of-funds report, including investable assets, financial assets, assets, liabilities, & net worth. This research is a component of Tiburon's broader research on consumer wealth.

This research starts with the historical account of the evolution of consumer wealth, including these phases:

  • Emergence Phase
  • Wealth Building Phase
  • Maturation Phase

This research highlights key data from the Federal Reserve's flow-of-funds report, including:

  • Consumer Households Investable Assets
  • Consumer Households Financial Assets
  • Consumer Households Assets
  • Consumer Households Liabilities
  • Consumer Households Net Worth

The research concludes with several predictions for consumer wealth, including:

  • Consumer Households Investable Assets to Reach $50 Trillion in 2018
  • Consumer Households Financial Assets to Reach $70 Trillion in 2017
  • Consumer Households Assets to Reach $110 Trillion in 2017
  • Consumer Households Liabilities to Reach $20 Trillion in 2017
  • Consumer Households Net Worth to Reach $100 Trillion in 2017

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