High-Net-Worth Americans Pursue Wealth for ‘Emotional Wellbeing’
While wealth is conventionally defined in financial terms, most high-net-worth Americans today associate money with “emotional wellbeing,” according to a report released Monday by Boston Private Wealth.
Fairy Tale Economics
While the so-called Goldilocks economy is unlikely to run out of steam this year, the presence of three bears lurking menacingly in the background mean it is just a question of time as to when the economic fairy tale comes to an end.
Millionaires Reflect on What Wealth Means to Them
Sixty-five percent of well-to-do Americans in a recent survey defined “wealth” as peace of mind, while 54% defined it as happiness.
Boston Private “Why of Wealth” Study Reveals the Psychology Behind Wealth Creation and Accumulation
Boston Private, a leading provider of fully integrated wealth management, trust and private banking services, today released the “Why of Wealth,” a comprehensive survey unveiling the psychological factors playing into how Americans interact with their wealth.