You want to be a young billionaire, well you can't...

I wanted to be retired by 35. I failed that goal many years back unfortunately. Somewhere along the way I realised that after a certain point, money means shit all. If I had a couple mil in the bank I would not be a very motivated person to work, I know this now, luckily for my customers that is a long way off lol
 
No one does. So try to be a millionaire and be realistic!

All billionaires under 30 have inherited their wealth, research finds​

https://www.theguardian.com/busines...search-finds?utm_source=pocket-newtab-en-intl
Yeah, thanks for this. A bit of these threads lately. Of course it's not impossible to earn a lot early on, but statistically most people don't. So this vision of becoming a bazillionaire while you're in kindergarden is demotivating people that could really become big, but later in life, because it's easy to feel like you failed if you didn't reach financial stability as a toddler or something.
 
honestly, i don't want to be a billionaire even if it's offered for free,
they will be too much responsiblities and headaches to deal with that will make it worthless,

probably would love to have big some non-profit organization(s) to help people out tho,
including ones that can be used politically, internationally as the world really messed up sadly & you'll need too much money to turn things around
 
Every person is different, good to put your own personal goals and ambitions into picture.
 
We live in a society that creates false expectations in people.

You go on social media and see men and women with bodies and faces impossible to attain, living a life of luxury, while you come home and realize you don't have the body, you don't have the face, you don't live the life they live. So people, especially the younger ones, start striving to be like that person they've turned into a role model, and most realize over time that they will never look or live like that person they follow on social media.

Although the system is perverse. The system always allows out of 1000 people, for example, one to reach high and far so that one person who manages to reach it, continues to fuel the dreams and fantasies of the thousands who will never make it. This is how multi-level systems work, affiliate marketing, etc.

Just to give one example, BHW has 1.5 million users. Out of those 1.5 million users, how many have truly achieved financial freedom with the information shared here? I'm 100% sure that if an independent firm unrelated to this website conducted a study, it would be discovered that perhaps 10 thousand (being generous) have achieved it. The other 1,490,000 users continue to dream, encouraged by the success stories we read from those 10 thousand who feed the system.

That's how everything works, believe it or not.
 
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Oh no! I won't sleep today!

"According to a recent study, almost 24.5 million millionaires live in the U.S. today."

EASY
 
I don't get the animosity against people who inherited wealth.

I understand that we all prize meritocracy but at some level, life is a lottery. This is just a reality we need to accept. Seriously.

Why a lottery?

You don't exactly get to choose where you are born, who your parents are, your upbringing, your initial beliefs (from parents, community, larger society), all these factors form who you are.

So some people are born with more. Most are born with less.

That's just how life is.

What matters more is WHAT CHOICES YOU MAKE with what you have.

Besides, most billionaires under 30 inherited their wealth from people who EARNED their money.

At some point, unless you live in a country where wealth is TRANSFERRED by force of law or force (often both) from the many to the few, that money was EARNED through voluntary exchange of VALUE FOR VALUE.
 
You don't exactly get to choose where you are born, who your parents are, your upbringing, your initial beliefs (from parents, community, larger society), all these factors form who you are.
My parents and I are psychopaths.

There is probably more millionaires in this thread than on most subreddits. ahahaha

thousandaire (plural thousandaires) (humorous) - Somebody whose wealth is greater than one thousand units of the local currency
 
Oh no! I won't sleep today!

"According to a recent study, almost 24.5 million millionaires live in the U.S. today."

EASY
A large chunk of that is through the value of their home.

Asset rich. Cash poor. Unless you borrow against the equity of your home.

Regardless, the study finding you posted highlights the FACT that the USA, despite whatever people read online or see in the news, is still the LAND OF OPPORTUNITY for people all over the world.

Indeed, even China, with its massive market, impressive long term economic growth and larger population, still has LESS millionaires than the USA.

This is the POWER OF INCENTIVE. If a country opens its arms to the ambitious, the driven, those willing to sacrifice and allows EQUALITY BEFORE THE LAW and RESPECTS PROPERTY RIGHTS, all things are possible.

The same played out in Singapore, Australia, Canada, and a few other spots in the world... but not in the scale of the USA.

of course, this doesn't mean the US is perfect. No country is.
 
A large chunk of that is through the value of their home.

Asset rich. Cash poor. Unless you borrow against the equity of your home.

Regardless, the study finding you posted highlights the FACT that the USA, despite whatever people read online or see in the news, is still the LAND OF OPPORTUNITY for people all over the world.
F***K YEAH!!! USA! USA!

I still love to get USA leads and clicks!
 
hahaha, just looks like a bunch of losers discouraging each other over here, welp...

less competition for me. o_O
 
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