The Millionaire Next Door
The book “The Millionaire Next Door” positions itself (as early as 18 years – first published in 1996) as a revolutionary one. The main statement of its authors, Thomas Stanley and William Danko – in the overwhelming number of people the idea of the rich is absolutely wrong. A man in an expensive suit and fashion glasses, rushing on a Mercedes SLR cabriolet on a summer evening together with a model in a passenger seat seems to you a steep rich man? Not true! – authors of the book will confirm. Most likely – he is in debt or not so rich in comparison with real dollar millionaires, who for the most part look much more modest or even, in modern terms, nischnibrodski. “The basis in the accumulation of wealth – economy.” This is the central thesis of the book, in which statistical data and survey results prove that rich Americans are overwhelmingly economical. interesting observations are given on how people who made a fortune and the children of these people refer to money. Mistakes of millionaires allowed in the financial education of their children are given.