Slate’s Matt Yglesias recently reported that Sweden has more billionaires per capita than almost any other industrial power. Our Nordic friends have a higher concentration of the uber-rich than the United States and outpace pretty much every country that isn’t a tax shelter island state in terms of billionaire residents. The article, which questions which environments are actually best for producing wealth, left us with many questions. What is creating all of these billionaires? Could the U.S. learn a thing or two from Swedish economic policy? Could we handle the cold were we to move there for the women and free healthcare? And, of course, our biggest question: what are all these billionaires spending all of their money on? Of course, we have some suggestions.