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Private Equity Distribution per Federal Reserve Bank, Consumer Finance Survey, Table 4, Family net worth, 2001–10 surveysNew Private Equity Distribution

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FRB Consumer Finance Survey (CFS) of 2010 Average (or Mean) Private Household Equity Sorted by Equity Percentile [1]2010 Average Household Equity (or net worth) [2]2010 Average Household Equity Percentage (computed)Below 2011 Private Equity Distribution (in trillions)New Generational Household Equity After Generational Capitalistic Competition Sorted By Equity PercentileNew Generational Household Equity [3]New Generational Household Equity PercentageNew Below 2011 Private Equity Distribution (in trillions)Lower 90% Household Gain in EquityUpper 10% Household Loss in Equity

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Lower 20% Household Equity$116,8002.75%$2.65Lower 20% (or Youngest) Equity$137,5064.76%$4.58$20,706

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Next 20% Household Equity$127,9003.01%$2.90Next 20% Generational Equity$275,0129.52%$9.17$147,112

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Next 20% Household Equity$199,0004.68%$4.51Next 20% Generational Equity$412,51814.29%$13.75$213,518

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Next 20% Household Equity$293,9006.92%$6.66Next 20% Generational Equity$550,02419.05%$18.34$256,124

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Next 10% Household Equity$567,20013.35%$12.85Next 10% Generational Equity$687,53023.81%$22.92$120,330

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Upper 10% Household Equity$2,944,10069.29%$66.71Upper 10% (or Oldest) Equity$825,03728.57%$27.51-$2,119,063

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Private Equity Totals100%$96.28100%$96.28$757,791

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Understand, for example, that were lower 90% households to create their own generational town banks, and related generational town businesses, in generational capitalistic competition with upper 10% households over 12 years, then each lower 90% household will gain $757,791 more equity (on average, distributed above, by generation) in addition to their present household equity (above). Upper 10% equity would then equal $825,037 per household, not $2,944,100; that is, only after 12 years of generational capitalistic competition. Most importantly, diifferences between lowest 20% equity (or youngest generational equity above) and highest 10% equity (or oldest generational equity above) would then only represent investment time differences between generational investment accounts (above); that is, as "measured" according to your 1 of 72 levels of experience (or tested training, and related worktime, over your 72-year average lifetime) by industry, occupation, and workplace (or business resume), retroactively reconconciled to gross domestic assets, as follows:

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Gross Domestic Assets, and related Gain, Statement at end of 2011

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Asset (or Capital) Accounts per Federal Reserve Bank at end of 2011 (renamed for clarity, in trillions)Current Assets: Currency (10%), Securities (80%), and Receivables (10%) At MarketPercent of Current AssetsFixed Assets: Structures, Hardware, & Software At MarketPercent of Fixed AssetsDebt Capital At MarketEquity Capital At MarketTotal Assets (or Capital) At MarketPercent of Assets (or Capital)Gain Statement

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Households (& Non-Profits)$50.2332.02%$23.2938.47%$13.48$60.04$73.5233.82%

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Corporate (Big) Businesses$15.079.61%$14.9724.73%$13.74$16.31$30.0413.82%

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Non-Corporate (Small) Businesses$3.472.21%$9.5215.73%$5.56$7.43$13.005.98%

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Financial (Bank) Businesses$65.9742.06%$1.672.76%$62.34$5.30$67.6431.11%

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Foreign Financial Investors$18.2511.63%0.00%$11.04$7.21$18.258.39%

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Private Account Totals$152.9997.53%$49.4581.70%$106.16$96.28$202.4493.12%

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State & Local Government$2.521.61%$8.9014.70%$3.72$7.71$11.425.25%

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Federal Government$1.350.86%$2.183.60%$12.26-$8.73$3.531.62%

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Public Account Totals$3.872.47%$11.0818.30%$15.98-$1.02$14.956.88%

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Gross Account Totals$156.86100.00%$60.53100.00%$122.14$95.26$217.40100.00%

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Less: 2010 Total Assets [4]-$212.20

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Equals: 2011 Total Asset Gain (or Loss)$5.202.45%

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Less: 2011 Inflation [5]-3.20%

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Equals: 2011 Real Asset Gain (or Loss)-0.75%

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[1] FRB Survey of Consumer Finances, 2010 http://www.federalreserve.gov/pubs/bulletin/2012/pdf/scf12.pdf
[2] FRB Survey of Consumer Finances, 2010, Table 4. Family net worth, by selected characteristics of families, 2001–10 surveys
[3] See Potential Equity Redistribution (above)
[4] Per AAS: 2010 at https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/pub?key=0AitWZWb64DPfdFQwTE5rdnc0LThBQ19qQ1hHQmY1Mmc&output=html
[5] CPI (or inflation) per http://www.bls.gov/cpi/cpid11av.pdf