If the world's biggest pop star only made $25 million a year in total, something's very, very wrong. Where's the rest of the money? Why can't a resource as scarce as the King of Pop capture more value? The world's top hedge fund "managers" regularly pull in hundreds of millions. That's an order of magnitude difference. No wonder everyone wants to be a banker, investor, or [insert beancounter here]. There's no money left in anything else. That's the big problem behind the zombieconomy. We don't reward people for creating, growing, nurturing, or even remixing assets. We just reward them for allocating the same old assets.This is what an economy looks like when rentiers and not entrepreneurs dominate. Stagnant.