I was in New York for a few days, so back to regular posting.
I ran across this blog entry yesterday, which is pretty thought-provoking:
Ramit Sethi’s otherwise-great site I Will Teach You to Be Rich is a classic example of rich-person thinking; he assumes that people in their 20s can afford to take risks in their investments, because if worst comes to worst, we can just move in with our parents. Can all of us who have studiously avoided burdening our parents for the last 5-10 years laugh uproariously together?
The whole article has more thinking: “on becoming a capitalist pig.”
She’s right, I do think that. But is that wrong?
What do you think?