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May 30, 2007


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Yea, it would seem counter-intuitive initially but I think it's true. The higher your IQ the more likely you'll be in a high paying profession where you'll have to keep up appearances. Like a lawyer/doctor having to drive the expensive car, live in an expensive neighborhood, pay for the landscaping, send the kids to private school, dress well, etc. Meanwhile the "average" person may be making a lot less money but saving alot more and investing it thereby building wealth instead of just working to look wealthy.

I thought it takes disposable (i.e. savable) income.

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