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This is a discussion on ENTP - If you had 50 million dollars what would you do with it? within the ENTP Forum- The Visionaries forums, part of the NT's Temperament Forum- The Intellects category; I am looking to learn more about each personality type so please answer for your personality. As an INFP I ...

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    INFP - The Idealists

    ENTP - If you had 50 million dollars what would you do with it?

    I am looking to learn more about each personality type so please answer for your personality.

    As an INFP I would give it away and help people that need it more than myself. Of course I would keep enough so I would not have to work in the future. But I wonder what others would do with such a large amount of money?



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    college fund for everyone in my family
    donate half of it to haiti.
    Buy my own labatory.

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    INFP - The Idealists

    Quote Originally Posted by Jonnystorm10 View Post
    college fund for everyone in my family
    donate half of it to haiti.
    Buy my own labatory.
    Neat! you would help people. But what would you do with a laboratory?

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    ENTP - The Visionaries

    You invest in low return but safe bonds, mutual funds, cds etc.

    Even at an average 2%, that's 1 million a year.

    You can help people, build a lab, etc upon etc.

    With 50 mil you have enough money to continually keep making more money. There wouldn't be too many limits to what you could purchase.
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    INFP - The Idealists

    Quote Originally Posted by Limitx3m View Post
    You invest in low return but safe bonds, mutual funds, cds etc.

    Even at an average 2%, that's 1 million a year.

    You can help people, build a lab, etc upon etc.

    With 50 mil you have enough money to continually keep making more money. There wouldn't be too many limits to what you could purchase.

    I know! We could have anything we would want. Then investing it would make even more!

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    Limits got the right idea. If I ever were to win or somehow gain a large amount of money I'd invest immediately. What I would do would then be determined by the returns. Let's say like posted above I'm making 1 mil each year. The first year I'd cover all my college, car, debt, then tcuk away 1/4 of the remainder for any overflow spending I want to do. The rest would go to education, preservation efforts, and science. Following years would probably be the same.

    I suppose the nicest thing I would get would be a house with a lot of land, somewhere out west near the Rockies. I don't like it here on the east coast.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hurting View Post
    Neat! you would help people. But what would you do with a laboratory?
    What won't you do with a laboratory?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Limitx3m View Post
    You invest in low return but safe bonds, mutual funds, cds etc.

    Even at an average 2%, that's 1 million a year.

    You can help people, build a lab, etc upon etc.

    With 50 mil you have enough money to continually keep making more money. There wouldn't be too many limits to what you could purchase.
    I would not do that. I don't want to be so dependent on that money.
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    INFP - The Idealists

    Quote Originally Posted by Dominion View Post
    Limits got the right idea. If I ever were to win or somehow gain a large amount of money I'd invest immediately. What I would do would then be determined by the returns. Let's say like posted above I'm making 1 mil each year. The first year I'd cover all my college, car, debt, then tcuk away 1/4 of the remainder for any overflow spending I want to do. The rest would go to education, preservation efforts, and science. Following years would probably be the same.

    I suppose the nicest thing I would get would be a house with a lot of land, somewhere out west near the Rockies. I don't like it here on the east coast.
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    With that much money the interest alone could support you for the rest of your life then have money left over. I agree with the east coast. It is just so over populated. That is why I moved to the mid-west.

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    ENTP - The Visionaries

    I've two ideals
    One is to invest it and depending on how much yearly income I can get from it, spend/give it haphazardly like always leaving at least a hundred at a restaurant no matter what I order or become good at reverse-pickpocketing. And, of course I would set myself and friends up while I'm at it with a few gifts.

    Two.
    Buy a private island and set it up to be self-sufficient, and have fun living frugally of it and playing with some nice "toys" with some good friends as well.

    on second thought it would be a combination of the above ideally if I could invest and pull it off right.


     
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