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The definition of rich

Discussion in 'Investor Psychology' started by JacM, 12th May, 2016.

  1. JacM

    JacM VIC Buyer's Agent Business Member

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    Can't say I've ever invested in buckets. But she's cute
     
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    If you got a roof over your head, clothes on your back and food the table then that is rich.

    Any more than that is a bit rich. Some may consider it greedy.
     
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    Scott No Mates Well-Known Member

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    Provided that the next photo isn't:

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    I'll consider myself rich once I paypass items on my card and don't get nervous while it processes.
     
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    Somehow this question reminds me of china from SS...
     
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    See Change Timing Lord Premium Member

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    She's got it by the bucket load ...

    Cliff
     
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    *Do not leave babies unattended in buckets.
    They can drown.
     
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    Try tapping and walking away without waiting to see it say "Approved" ;)
     
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    Sure, I guess I would be content and happy owning the rolling country acreage in the background!
     
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    DaveM Adelaide Buyers Agent & KFC Strategist Business Member

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    So thats where babies come from...
     
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    Yup, usually aisle 2 at Coles or aisle 4 in Woolies (near the baby wipes).

    This one is from the organics range.
     
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    Trying to remember what is in aisle 2 in my coles.... cereals?
     
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    This is such a good philosophical question that most of us redefine again and again as we go through life with changing goals and dreams.

    I think it's closely linked with happiness and most of the posts here seem to reflect on that.

    Being rich is about feeling content and grateful for everything you have.
    Whilst it's all relative, there are some simple things like health, good relationships, food and shelter, lifestyle. I don't think a dollar amount in the bank/offset/net worth will really make you 'feel' rich.
    Numbers are infinite and we've all tasted greed and hunger for more wealth (not that it's a bad thing). You can simply never have enough. I certainly don't feel rich when I add up my net worth and think to myself 'gosh it's so much work building up monetary wealth'.

    To answer the question though in context of Australian society: rich would be to have your own home, own your own decent car, go on overseas holidays, never worry about bills, have enough time to look after your relationships and health, and always have enough buffer to buy whatever you need.

    Anything extra is simply to keep up with or one up the Joneses.
     
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    Definition of rich is very subjective isn't it?

    From a monetary sense, I think anyone with a net worth over $10m would be rich but this is my opinion.
     
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    Just throwing another question out there.... Does rich mean you are successful??
     
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