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Are you a high achiever /biz/?

>> No.29843146

Class of 03 should be 35-37. Being 38 means they graduated high school at 20

>> No.29843202

im 25 last month but was class 2013? am i high iq?

>> No.29843242
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>tfw 230k at 30.

>> No.29843263

I'm class of 2020.

>> No.29843272

i really am, thanks for the fucked hopium
according to other graphs im 75 percentile

>> No.29843288


This is way too low.

38 net worth $400k?

House? Pension? Investments?

>> No.29843352

I was a high achiever a week ago, but not anymore unfortunately.

>> No.29843357

If you haven’t noticed, millenials are fucked.

>> No.29843359

34 here yeah I have about that much in debt between the house and car and student loans

>> No.29843366


Most people retire in 1.5-2.0 million range. At 38, they're already ahead while still peaking career wise

>> No.29843391

yeah i have more than that

>> No.29843446


>> No.29843450

Is this supposed to be for college or high school?

>> No.29843469

how many 38 year olds have paid off mortgages or bought their house with cash

>> No.29843477

How do you guys fuck up that bad? i’m 35 with $500k NW(few weeks ago but i keep that as my benchmark)

>> No.29843518


Sorry mate. You are dreaming if you think $1.5 to $2m net is enough to retire in low/modest comfort if you have wife and kids.

>> No.29843525

Lost all my money on McDonald's coin.

>> No.29843539

25 not 35...

>> No.29843572

>Most people retire in 1.5-2.0 million range.
The median retires at around $300k

>> No.29843590


Very few - but this is supposed to be a high achiever chart, not general population....

>> No.29843622

this seems very low, especially for burgerland
as what is high achiever defined, for it certainly can't be richest cohort, must be something like savings potential for wagies

>> No.29843670

Thank CommaClub and his scamming cunt friends for that one

>> No.29843671

Yeah that chart seems like bullshit because most Americans are in debt via mortgage/student loans so their net worth should be zero

>> No.29843770

retire to a govt hospice or what? no way you can retire with 300k. you are making just 30k a year on a 10% return, and thats not counting inflation

>> No.29843777
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I'm 29 with no work experience, a useless degree, but im making 1800 a month on government gibs

>> No.29843781

Yeah I wasted a lot of time in college jumping between majors, after that I got married and had kids, the expenses just keep coming and here I am. Wife doesn’t work. Life is good for the most part, and ill claw my way out of most of the debt in a few more years

>> No.29843898

You're retarded. Comma hasn't sold a single token and is still very actively marketing the project.

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This is high achiever only you fucking tard. This is the average...

>> No.29843940

im 19 and i have 2k from a summer job sitting in my bank account

>> No.29843942

"high achievers" probably have a well-paying job to pay off their high mortgage
that doesn't really translate into net worth until much later

>> No.29844006

Yes. 8 figures at 30.

>> No.29844008

How much do you think it costs to live comfortably when you have no loans to pay? Without my mortgage and student loans I could live on $30k and take multiple.vacations every year.

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Yes, but I don't feel like it

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>> No.29844125

thats only true if you are underwater on your house loan. which i dont think most people are.dont buy a new car and you should have positive net worth

>> No.29844135

the net worth of "high achievers" increasees by about 25k a year

>> No.29844172

Actually made 80k. Fuck yourself retard.

>> No.29844209

you cant live with 30k with wife and kids. obviously im not refering to neet losers that cant afford anything.

>> No.29844214

fuck off sneed investor dickhead
>I will never visit your trash you try to show
no one will trust this trash
smart investors chose juld, just check this stat for last year. easy +220%

>> No.29844297

Wife would have her own retirement moron. Kids are long gone by retirement age. Fuck off zoomer.

>> No.29844409

also, you arent even considering inflation on that mix. so out of that 10% realistically you can only spend 5%, then theres capital gains tax. people that try to retire that early with that little are homeless and addicted to meth

>> No.29844495

retard alert. im taking about retiring at any age, not when you are 70. also, your net worth would be much higher than 300k cos most likely they will also own the house they live in

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>class of 2016
>$284K after taxes for 2020
thanks don

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Based and Neet Pilled

>27 Laid off last month
>Make 2k / month After Taxes from neetbux

Use all $ on crypto to buy BNT

>> No.29845092

The ages and grad years are inaccurate.

>> No.29845132

I think it's talking about college class

>> No.29845165

Gee, it’s almost like having a 20-40 year head start means something. It’s also almost like one generation was taught how to save, plan, and wait while subsequent ones were taught that everything has to be now and to spend it when you get it.

>> No.29845235

Disagree boomers lived in an era of abundance. Houses were super cheap.

>> No.29845290

get the fuck off my board boomer

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Lies and slander.

>> No.29845543

Search average millenial NW.

>> No.29845602

I was just pulling your chain, but I will take this.

>> No.29845869

>how much money do you have?
Fuck of datajew
The oven will come for you

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>30 years old
>feel like a slacker and idiot for not already being in 7 figure hell
>still haven't even hit 1/2/3/4 for reps
>haven't had a gf in a decade
I'm starting to think I need to flex on poorfags more to help my self-esteem.

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>Gee, it’s almost like having a 20-40 year head start means something

>> No.29846068

Ehh the FIRE community says it works you just have to be super thrifty.

>> No.29846161

$160k at 27? lol in my state you could save $160 in 5 years by living at home and making minimum wage.

>> No.29846164

I'm a "high" achiever. If you catch my drift.

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10x that shit chart

>> No.29846315

Yes and no debt as well.

>> No.29847049

Most people don't own a home themselves.