Why Rich People Avoid Consumerism

In the inflationary world of 2021, some new cars are sold ten to thirty percent over their asking price. This is the primary example most media outlets use when they cover inflation.

It’s so telling of the time we’re living in. People would rather pay more for a new car than drive their existing one for another year. Consumerism at its height.

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Darius Foroux

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Creator of the Stoic Letter (new letter comes out every Friday, exclusively on Medium) | My course on wealth building is now free: dariusforoux.com/ws

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