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26 Secrets Rich People Won’t Tell You About Their Habits and Lives

Taylor Shea

Most of them weren’t always rolling in it. Here are 26 tips from rich people on how to make your money matter.

1.We’re cheap—and proud of it

When you open up the paper and you see those coupons, it looks like dollar bills staring you in the face … It’s how I grew up. Why not?--Hilary Swank to talk-show host Kelly Ripa, on clipping coupons 

2. I think about it this way: Not spending money is the same as making money

News Today:

Dow tumbles over 500 points, bringing 2-day losses to more than 1,300 points

Investors fled riskier assets like stocks and loaded up on traditional safe havens like bonds and gold.

The Dow fell as much as 698.97 points at its lows of the day, after dropping 831 points on Wednesday.

"It's a momentum correction, not a portfolio correction," says Joe Terranova, chief market strategist at Virtus Investment Partners. "While we have a bias to believe 2008 could happen again, I don't think this is the case."

Fred Imbert | Alexandra Gibbs

Stocks fell sharply on Thursday in a second straight scary day on Wall Street as investors dumped equities around the globe because of fears of rapidly rising interest rates, a possible global economic slowdown and overly ambitious tech valuations.