“The wealth of 62 richest equals that of 3.6 billion poorest” That‘s a deviously false odiously divisive argument.
And what's to be gained from the wealthy selling all their Picasso's and the Picasso's losing a lot of value? How do you morph a $200 million Picasso hanging on a wall of a wealthy into real purchasing power for the poor?
Did poverty in the world decrease over the last decades because the world redistributed wealth, or embraced the MDGs (Millennium Development Goals), or because many (like China) allowed their citizens more opportunities to generate wealth?
"Panama Papers" Don't let redistribution agitation profiteers raise your expectations.