Rags to Riches

Jan 6, 2009

From fortune magazines enumerated all the billioners all over the world. Yes they are the kings and a families who have successful businesses scattered all over the world. Like SAM MOORE WALTON, 73 and family Bentonville ARKANSAS $21.1 39.3% of Wal-Mart. Last year, with sales of $32.6 billion, Wal-Mart outsold not just the mom and pop stores it's been putting out of
business in small towns across America, but also retailing giant Sears, at least domestically. This performance really lifted the stock, making the Waltons America's richest family. Due to successful investment of Nouveau Riche is featured and will be feature too in the Fortune Magazine and CNN like this rich people who become rich from investing business.

It is nice to know about t the Nouveau Riche' community Website for Independent Student Advisors. Unbelievable , they just only making fun but they are earning much out of it. No university like this who helps students start business at their early age especially when their parents can not afford them to go to college. You can say to them that they are students and business men at the same time. So lucky they are!

According to wikipedia Rags to riches refers to a situation in which a person rises from poverty to wealth or sometimes from obscurity to fame.

These stories give the poor hope that they can rise to fame and wealth. They are most popular in societies such as the United States where confidence in the ability to move between social classes is an important part of the national identity. Well i believe that this poor students of Nouveau Riche will soon rise to fame and wealth!


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