World’s Assets By Geographic Area

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Ever wonder how the world’s liquid, investable assets are currently broken down by geographic area?

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This is based on market capitalization as calculated by the MSCI Global Capital Markets Index. The United States by itself is approximately 45%. It will be interested to see how this graph will change in the next decade.

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  1. Also will be interesting to see how the definition of “Emerging Market” will change. At some point, these countries may actually “emerge”, right?

    Will Korea be included instead in “Asia and Pacific”?

    Will Brazil make necessary the creation of a “Developed South America” category?

  2. Emerging markets are stealing all my money!

  3. Brazil is considered an emerging market. Korea is in asia why shouldn’t she be in now i don’t konw about North Korea

    Asia Pacific includes China/HK,Japan,South Korea,Singapore,

  4. Looks like N. America is pretty wealthy, but I see that changing in the future when emerging markets emerge (dubia)

  5. The pie is obviously going to get bigger, but I guess how the slices will change will depend on the growth rates of the countries. People have doubted the US market before, remember when Japan was supposed to take over the world?

    Asia is definitely a huge factor, I’ve been reading The World Is Flat and it’s both exciting and scary.

  6. Korea, Brazil, China, Hong Kong all currently emerging markets according to Vanguard.

    I assumed Korea and Brazil would be “promoted” at sometime in the not too distant future, hence my post…

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