It is a fact that 1% of the population in the world holds the majority of the wealth.
X- axis will be the level of how wealthy a person is while Y axis is the number of people. Naturally, the nature of the universe, the representation wealth should be as depict in a form of a bell curve. The left represent the outliers for the extremely poor. The other end, for the rich. However, as for now, it is not the case.
In probability distribution wealth should be evenly distributed thus on graph it suppose to be a normal curve as below:
Current situation is depicted as below:
The number of poor is almost as much or if not more than the middle class. Some factors must have cause the disturbance of this "normal distribution" that systematically direct the flow of the wealth to that 1 percent of people.
Something to ponder on this "unnatural" occurrence.