A high-net-worth individual (HNWI) is someone who has a certain level of net worth, which is measured by subtracting total liabilities from assets. The term is used mainly in the financial services industry so financial service providers can provide HNWI clients with exclusive services and benefits.
HENRY is an acronym for "high earner, not yet rich." It is used to describe someone who earns a high income, usually between $100,000 to $500,000, but has not saved or invested enough to be considered rich. HENRYs typically spend a large portion of their earnings on expenses and purchases.

Recent Terms

Wealth Management
Wealth management is the process of reviewing and making decisions about your wealth so you can achieve your financial goals.
Stagflation is an especially difficult economic environment created by the combination of several factors: slow economic growth, high inflation, and a high unemployment rate.
Exchange-traded fund (ETF)
An exchange-traded fund (ETF) is a type of investment fund that holds a variety of underlying securities, including stocks, bonds, or alternative assets. It’s a way for investors to pool their money and each gain exposure to the assets within the fund rather than purchasing each asset individually.