Big money chases some old whiskey at an auction last week.
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Shrien Alshabasy came out with new lottery winner stats. You can read the entire article here. Here are a few snippets:
44% of winners spend their entire winnings in five years!
2% say that they are less happy with all that cash.
95% of people remained married after they won the lottery and those with unmarried partners are 100% still in that relationship
Only 17% of families ask for winnings from winners of $100,000 to $500,000 while 29% ask for money from winners of $4+ million.
Somewhat surprising article from UK Telegraph but good economic trend they investigated. Read whole article here but below is a snippet.
Toronto is towering above the rest of the world’s luxury property markets, as the only city to record an acceleration in the sales rate of high-end homes from 2013 to 2014.
The Canadian city, well known for its economic stability, experienced a 37pc increase in the sale of luxury penthouses, apartments and houses in the 12 months to the end of December, after just a 4pc rise in the previous year, outstripping San Francisco, Sydney and Miami, according to a report from Christie’s international real estate group.
The study, which ranks the top 10 urban centres by the growth in sales of exclusive properties, found that the rate also slowed in Los Angeles, New York and Paris, while transactions declined in London, Dubai and Hong Kong last year.