For purposes of our organization, "multimillionaire" is defined as
someone with a net worth of at least $5-million, however, the range of our members
actually starts at $7½-million and goes to the $120-million family fortune of which one
of our members is the sole scion. According to Fortune Magazine, there are approximately
62,500 Americans with a net worth exceeding $5-million, which is ¼% of the population.
Approximately 7,500 of them are living in California and of those, about one-third are
over 55. Of the remaining 5,000, approximately half are married. That leaves 2,500 single
male multimillionaires under 55 living in California.
While 2,500 may seem like a large number, when considered against the 250-million people
in America, it represents less than one-hundredth of a percent of the national population.
So is it unreasonable that the members of Aunt Eleanor's Introductions
should be seeking women in the top fraction of a percent in desirability?