Everyone has an unconscious ceiling of money as mentioned before here and here, but does this ceiling only refers to the hard, cold cash you have on your hands and in your bank or does it also include monetary assets such as your house and car?

For instance, you might have an unconscious ceiling of 10,000$ - does that mean that you can have 10,000$ in your bank and still own a $50,000 car, or should you have 0$ in your bank and own only a $10,000 car?

asked 05 Mar '12, 22:47

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I see that concept as related to your financial income over a fixed period of time so if you received $50,000 in a time period and then bought a car with it, it would still have been noticed by you as income.


answered 06 Mar '12, 04:35

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