Summary of The Psychology of Money - Timeless Lessons on Wealth, Greed, and Happiness - A Comprehensive Summary
In chapter one of the book, called “No One’s Crazy,” the author begins by talking about the crazy things that people do with money. Everyone does crazy things with their money, but the truth is that no one is crazy. Everyone has a different opinion about how money should be handled depending on what generation they came from and how they were raised. They all have their own experiences of the world, and that affects how they think money should be spent. Your experience with money only makes up about 1/100millionth of what has happened in the entire world but about 80% of what you think other people should do with their money.
Take the Depression, for example, you have no firsthand knowledge of the Depression, so how can you even try to fathom why someone who grew up during that time would refuse to own stock or would at this time discourage their grandchildren from purchasing stock? They would believe that purchasing stock is crazy.
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