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Pop Quiz: Is America Still the Land of Economic Opportunity?

"Moving on up" is a fundamental part of America's identity, but the path from rags to riches is getting harder to navigate. To gauge the state of American promise, we dug into the numbers: Take our quiz to find out if American hope lives up to American hype.

Big U.S. Cities Added 7.3% More Millionaires in 2010

The ranks of those who can call themselves rich city slickers have grown a bit thicker. Reflecting the global surge of millionaires, the United States' 10 wealthiest urban areas produced 7.3% more high net worth individuals in 2010, Capgemini announced Tuesday in its U.S. Metro Wealth Index.

World's Millionaires Increased By 8.3% in 2010

Millionaires are back. The number of individuals worldwide with $1 million or more in assets aside from their residence grew by 8.3% to 10.9 million in 2010, topping pre-crisis 2007 levels, according to the World Wealth Report released Wednesday.

The World's Wealthiest Are Getting Richer, Capgemini Reports

Worry no more: The world's richest people are getting back much of the 24% of their wealth they lost since 2007, according to a new report. The top 10 million high net worth individuals held total financial wealth of $39 trillion in 2009, an 18.9% increase from 2008.