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A quick question here: how do you quickly (& objectively?) measure wealth?

We've been using a quick and dirty rule of thumb to see how we're doing whereby wealth is measured in time, i.e.

wealth in months = total assets/monthly expenditure

or

wealth in years = total assets/yearly expenditure

I'd be interested to know of a more accurate/interesting/Foolish method.

Esler99
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