What Would You Do If You Won the Lottery?

Yes, I mean seriously.

No, neither Elaine or I have ever won anything larger than $65 in the weekly lottery tickets we’ve bought over the years, but then again, lottery tickets are properly called “taxes on the poor” or “tax the statistically inclined.

Still, there are times…

But the real reason to use “Winning the Lotto” as a financial thinking tool is that it forces you to look realistically at all the investment options out there. 

And that, I believe, is a very worthwhile thing to do at least once a month.  After our Sunday coffee and dose of headlines that matter.

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George Ure
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1 thought on “What Would You Do If You Won the Lottery?”

  1. My wife is from Nicaragua. She had 13 brothers and sisters. Each of them had 6 – 8 children I am guessing. We had three chidren ourselves…(the latter two: twins, boy and girl). Our buy has high functioning Autism…called Aspberger’s. A lot of that is going around, so a look see at the symptoms may be worthwhile. Mozart, Einstein, President Thomas Jefferson, Temple Gradin all may have had it. If we won the lotto, we would travel to Nicaragua and try to buy homes for our family there. Later, Nelson from Miami, Fla.

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