The more conventional, federal debt to GDP...still rising.
And it follows that if we take GDP and divide by the US household net worth, not since WWII or well before has US net worth been so far removed from the underlying economic activity.
For those curious how the global population and demographic picture looks...HERE you go but it is significantly worse off than the US. However, one chart to show the global population growth (excluding Africa). Global population growth peaked in the late 1980's and has been decelerating since (now down by 33% from peak). However, the make-up of that growth has nearly entirely turned to 40+yr/olds living longer vs. a growing population of young (population longevity vs. population growth)...and the estimates are clear and adamant, population growth outside of Africa is shifting to 40+yr/olds and particularly to 65+yr/old populations living longer while populations of young rapidly contract.