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Not exciting, but very interesting to see how others view the world!Published 3 months ago by Mary Z. La Paglia
The New Elite; Inside The Minds of the Truly Wealthy by Jim Taylor, Doug Harrison, and Stephen Kraus highlights some revealing information regarding America’s wealthiest citizens. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Stella Carrier
This book had a good theory on what makes up the new elite. However I don't think it's quite that different from the old money rich. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Phillydad87
This is a good book, that is more global in scope than I would have expected.Published 10 months ago by Reviewer
I love that this book is not just a collection of "lessons" that someone compiled about how to become rich, but that it's a portrait of rich people. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Silviu T
I thought it would be more interesting read but no. It's mostly marketing and survey stats and what not. It lost me soon after I start reading it.Published 24 months ago by ultrajedi
Interesting statistics on the wealthy in America. I liked the insights from the interviews and statistics. A little too political in a few chapters.Published on October 20, 2013 by J. Spanbauer