From money nation.com
In August of 2015, Bernie Sanders reported net worth assets at a minimum of $187,026 and a maximum of $759.004. Bernie Sanders also owns a condominium in Vermont valued at about $100,000. He has debts of at least $25,002 and as much as $65,000.
Figuring Sanders’ maximum possible debt with his minimum possible assets gives a minimum possible Bernie Sanders net worth of $222,026.
Figuring his lowest possible debt with his highest possible assets gives a net worth of as much as $769,002.
Combining his average assets with average debts gives an average Bernie Sanders net worth of $528,014.
Yikes, with these numbers it doesn’t appear that Old Bernie is even a good politician. He should take lessons from Harry Reid on how to grow your wealth while in public office. Now we know why he is running for president; at his age he needs a raise and a bigger pension.
If Old Bernie had just saved $100 a month in the stock market since he graduated college he would have over $790,000 in cash. Isn’t that what Americans are supposed to do; save and plan for the future? No wonder Bernie hates the billionaire class; all 537 of them.
Old Bernie sure sounds like the guy who is qualified to run a federal budget and a $18 trillion economy.
Old Bernie has all the signs of being an idealistic, resentful old man.
[Reid’s net worth is between 3 and 10 million dollars, according to OpenSecrets.org. When Harry Reid entered the Nevada legislature in 1982, his net worth was listed as between $1 million and $1.5 million “or more,” according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal.]