Unless their investments are in piece-of-shit mortgage-backed securities that would be rated triple-X if the banks were regulated by anyone but themselves.
Let me guess: you think every one of those individuals should invest that money on their own, and provide for their own retirement. And when they overwhelmingly fail to invest or invest poorly, and have nothing in their old age, your solution is...what exactly? "Too bad, you shouldn'ta been such a dummy! Git off mah lawn an' get a job, old timer!" Something like that?
Stands to reason that really unions should all be destroyed, too. Any sort of organization of people must be stamped out...
...but aren't corporations just big organizations of people? And they want to win. So they spin this yarn about how individuals and unions are lazy shiftless bums with their hands out, but corporations-- just another group of people --are somehow above reproach, somehow assumed to be relentlessly creating real growth, real value, helping everything around them. So they petition the government, which they now own, for one handout after another, and that's okay, because they're "good". And the middle class keeps melting away.
Honestly, that our political machines have managed to subvert our natural human tendency to actually give a shit about each other...it's kind of impressive, if you think about it.