In 2014 Spectrem Group analyzed 132,000 investors in America that had a net worth of $25 million or more, excluding their primary residence, to:
- uncover trends in this group’s demographics,
- reveal any fears they may have, and to
- identify the top characteristics commonly found amongst the super wealthy.
The study revealed 10 factors to obtaining assets with the top 5 characteristics being ranked the same as the top 5 factors in two earlier studies.
They are outlined in this article from motiveinvesting.com entitled Top Five Characteristics of the Wealthy.
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