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Thread: Does money change people? What if you won 100 Million dollars?

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    Check out this post on reddit about rich lifestyles, it's really an eye opener:
    https://np.reddit.com/r/AskReddit/co...inary/cnnmca8/

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    Things I would do if I hit the Powerball:

    -Drop out of medical school, by 100 acres out west, fence it in, and start a sanctuary for stray dogs and cats.
    -Build the dopest PC and battle station you've ever seen.
    -Mountain bike, rock climb, and ski to my heart's content.
    -Buy a Sprinter van and build it out for spontaneous outdoor adventures.
    -Adopt six more huskies (I have two now) and take up dog sledding.

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    I would help change other people's lives. I always think about how much good people with staggering amounts could help those in need. I would make my family's money worries disappear and invest a lot of it to keep money coming in. I would love to travel and that would probably account for most of the money spent on myself.

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    I would invest everything so I wouldn't need to work to survive.

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    people are gonna hate this but i was introduced to the finance/retirement investor who manages my parents money and their major expenses (car/insurance/mortgage) and the only thing thats got me down is that I dont have a significant income enough to float on the investment account handed off to me and before-mentioned investor. paranoid as heck i will end up in the emergency room one day and thatll be the end of having any sort of money for the rest of eternity, and even signed up for medicaid because i technically qualified, having no/low income. i actually paid off my student loan with all the work i did at my first salary position, so the only thing on my mind really is having health insurance thats the same quality as the one i had with my parents before i lost dependent status, so that i can actually visit a doctor who will catch whatever cancer im gonna stealthily develop in 15-30 years.

    so basically, 99-100 million goes into the investment account and appropriate taxes/expenses, and i'll be taking out whatever i need to stay insured and get into a habit of good health while continuing to eat the same brands of ramen ive ever known. mortgage is going to eventually fall on me due to parents age and i would like the growth to go into paying it off and staying on top of bills and maintenance. that amount of money in low-risk investment strategy sounds like its regular return would never be insufficient for the type of day-to-day costs i and my parents incur. financial security overkill serves only to sate my paranoia.

    sorry, i guess the short answer is i dont know how or on what to splurge, so into the diversified portfolio it goes.

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    Of course, having a 100 Million is wonderful.
    However, 100 Million is still an amount, which means it will be finished somehow in one day.
    So for me I'll use some of it like maybe 10% to enjoy life, 20% to contribute to the community, and the rest 70% to invest on something else.
    Use money to make money, that's the new trend of making money nowadays

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