Start Dating a very wealthy man

Dating a very wealthy man

As opposed to valuing himself say, because of his traits that helped him create that wealth. It’s forgetting that it’s the man himself the woman must be attracted to. What does he do the next time he meets a quality woman? More talk of his money, his status, and his accomplishments. But even if not a direct money exchange, sure, showboating will attract some women.

In fact, your own mother may have even quipped that it's just as easy to fall for a wealthy man as it is a poor one. High-income men are the group most likely to use the Web for adult entertainment, such as porn, according to the Luxury Institute.

And high-income dudes (those earning $104,000 and up, as defined by the Tax Foundation Group in Washington, DC) are on our radar even more thanks to such shows as The Hills, Gossip Girl, and The Millionaire Matchmaker. According to the 2007 Wealth Report, there are more richies in the world than ever: 9.5 million people are earning at least $1 million annually, and 94,970 are pulling in at least $30 million each year. Many Aren't Making Money the Old-Fashioned Way In the past, you would expect ambitious moneymakers to be MBA holders firmly entrenched in the financial world. And 75 percent of wealthy men from a study by Prince and Associates and wealth consultant Hannah Shaw Grove said that more frequent sex and more partners are two benefits of being rich; 33 percent are even members of the mile-high club.

While every other guy would kill to have his money, the rich guy directly hurts himself because of how he references his wealth, in his conversations. For the rich guy who doesn’t know better, this pattern repeats and worsens with each repetition.

Here’s the paradox: Making money requires personality traits that are desired by lots of women: Discipline. Any quality woman who hears this immediately runs for the hills.

Mark Zuckerberg, 23, founder of Facebook...$1.5 billion Andrew Gower, 29, founder of Runescape...$216 million Chad Hurley, 30, cofounder of You Tube...$300 million Andrew Michael, 29, founder of Fast Hosts...$87 million You'll Find Them at Hotel Bars and Upscale Steak Houses"When rich guys travel, they stay at posh hotels because they expect the best of everything," says Janis Spindel, matchmaker for wealthy professionals. But They Don't Want to Marry a Dummy Either Eighty-nine percent of high-achieving (and presumably high-earning) men report that they marry or would like to marry a woman who is just as or more intelligent than they are, says Christine Whelan, Ph D, author of Why Smart Men Marry Smart Women.

And at dinner, they don't settle for anything less than grade-A beef, so four-star steak houses are prime ground for high-powered business types. Also, 92 percent of men who describe themselves as "successful" or "very successful" say they are more attracted to women who are also kicking ass in their careers. Brunettes Pull More Cash-Flush Dudes Blond is reputed to be the sexiest hair color, but according to a survey by Lycos, 62 percent of the world's top 100 billionaires' wives and girlfriends are brunettes.

She wants a man who understands her need for security and appreciates her worth.