America lost 129,000 millionaires in 2011, marking the first time that this has happened since the financial crisis.

It's kind of hard to feel bad for the ultra rich Americans, even though they were some of the hardest hit by the financial crash.

The population of U.S. millionaire households  fell to 5,134,000 from 5,263,000 in 2011, according to The Boston Consulting Group’s Global Wealth study.

The fact that there are 5 million people in American considered millionaires makes it even more depressing that I can barely pay my Comcast bill every month!