Plural noun: savers; suffix: -savers
1. To rescue or preserve from harm, danger, injury, etc.; make or keep safe
2. To prevent or guard against loss or waste
What does it truly mean to be a saver? Well, as it turns out it all boils down to psychology. How we think about money isn’t just a learned trait—it’s engrained into our financial DNA. In this week’s installment of the DL Show, David Lukas explains how a saver’s genetic makeup differs from that of the other two types of financial personalities [investors, speculators].
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