On this episode of Lifetime Income, we conclude a two-part discussion covering a large migration taking place in this country not seen since WWII. After the war, the population moved west; now it is moving inward. Because California has been the epicenter of a huge transition to a digital economy, with speculative real estate close to the coast, we don’t realize the parts of the economy that are fading. Our guest today is Joel Kotkin, Presidential Fellow in Urban Futures at Chapman University in Orange, California, who says that Californians are living on a Facebook, Google, and Apple high and that this has made us unaware of major problems brewing under the surface in one of the largest economies in the world. Hear what he has to say in today's podcast!