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DAILY MAIL REPORT: 'Looking for Mr. Rich? The key to a man's wealth is in his fingers!'

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DAILY MAIL REPORT: 'Looking for Mr. Rich? The key to a man's wealth is in his fingers!'

Post  Martijn (admin) on Fri Nov 12, 2010 12:05 pm



(Nov.12, 2010 - DailyMail report)

Want to know if a man is rich? Then sneak at peek at his hands rather than his wallet. Scientists believe that the length of a man's ring finger points to his attitude to money. In short, the longer the ring finger compared to his index finger, the richer he is likely to be.


And the greater the chance that he is a go-getter who doesn't take no for an answer whether it is sealing a financial deal or trying to win a girl's heart.
Mr Reliable,


Women are attracted to go-getters like Simon Cowell.

Academics from Canada's Concordia University measured finger lengths and personality differences among 415 men and women. The alpha males, whose ring fingers were much longer than their index fingers, were greater risk takers in all areas of their lives. Women often fall for go-getting types, like Simon Cowell or Apprentice star Lord Alan Sugar, because they are seen as fit, rich and assertive, says researcher Eric Stenstrom. He said: 'Our findings show an association between high testosterone and risk-taking among males in three domains: recreational, social and financial. 'Since women tend to be attracted to men who are fit, assertive and rich, men are apt to take risks with sports, people and money to be attractive to potential mates.' It is thought that exposure to high levels of the hormone.

In women, the two fingers are usually almost equal in length but in men, the ring finger tends to be longer than the index finger, and the longer it is, the more masculine he tends to be. Researcher Zack Mendenhall said: 'Pre-natal testosterone exposure not only influences foetal brain development, but it slows the grow of the index finger relative to the sum of the four fingers, excluding the thumb.'

The researchers, whose findings are published in the journal Personality and Individual Differences added: 'What's interesting is that this tendency is influenced by testosterone exposure - more testosterone in the womb can lead to more risk-taking later in life.'
The study did not find a link between female finger length and attitude to taking risks, financial or otherwise. This, said the research team, could be because women feel less of a need to show off when searching for a mate.

Previous studies have concluded that men with long ring fingers are more likely to be physically aggressive - and more promiscuous. Scientists also claim that finger length holds clues to a person's sexual orientation.

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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-1328530/Looking-Mr-Rich-The-key-getting-mans-wealth-fingers.html


In 2009 a study on the fingers of London Stock Exange traders hand indicated:
Index finger & ring finger relate to financial success!

lol!
Unfortunately, the details of these studies indicate that 'finger length only' is no reliable indicator regarding the financial success of an individual, so... "past performance is no guarantee of future results".

And obsviously there's a clear link between the efforts of 'risk takers' and the financial crises that the world has been confronted with during the past 2 years.


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Daily Mail Report...

Post  Roberta on Fri Nov 12, 2010 11:18 pm

Hi Martijn,

I simply can't let this pass without a comment regarding the caption under the second photo. What planet would a woman have to be from to be attracted to Simon Cowell?

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Re: DAILY MAIL REPORT: 'Looking for Mr. Rich? The key to a man's wealth is in his fingers!'

Post  Lynn on Fri Nov 12, 2010 11:34 pm

Roberta, lol!

Martijn, re And obviously there's a clear link between the efforts of 'risk takers' and the financial crises that the world has been confronted with during the past 2 years.
exactly what I was thinking - based on 2D:4D studies, these 'macho' risk takers presumably could lose their money as quickly as they made it. Or crash their sports car on the way to seal the deal! Wink
I wish the 2D:4D researchers would start taking other hand factors into account too!

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Re: DAILY MAIL REPORT: 'Looking for Mr. Rich? The key to a man's wealth is in his fingers!'

Post  Martijn (admin) on Fri Nov 12, 2010 11:41 pm


Hi Roberta,

Uhm... from which planet does the 'couch-potato' come from? ( Thumbs up! )



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Re: DAILY MAIL REPORT: 'Looking for Mr. Rich? The key to a man's wealth is in his fingers!'

Post  Lynn on Fri Nov 12, 2010 11:59 pm

Embarassed I notice Martijn just posted a pic of me on a saturday night watching X-Factor Embarassed
to skillfully get back on topic,,,, tomorrow night I will certainly be looking at Simon Cowell's hands. (PS - no, Roberta, I'm not from that planet!) Laughing

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Re: DAILY MAIL REPORT: 'Looking for Mr. Rich? The key to a man's wealth is in his fingers!'

Post  Martijn (admin) on Sat Nov 13, 2010 1:46 pm

Lynn wrote:Roberta, lol!

Martijn, re And obviously there's a clear link between the efforts of 'risk takers' and the financial crises that the world has been confronted with during the past 2 years.
exactly what I was thinking - based on 2D:4D studies, these 'macho' risk takers presumably could lose their money as quickly as they made it. Or crash their sports car on the way to seal the deal! Wink
I wish the 2D:4D researchers would start taking other hand factors into account too!

Hi Lynn,

Yes, but can we blame the 'risk takers' for following their nature?

I think people are faced with a much much bigger problem... when the same attitude becomes involved in politics.



Ben Bernanke's new 600 billion 'stimulus' (which was announced earlier this month) is a perfect example of this. The upper-chief 'risk-taker' now appears to make a gamble on the financial future of the new american generations... but one of the side-effects might be that this gamble could also save Obama's political career. Fuel for the 'political' sceptics.



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Daily Mail Report:

Post  Roberta on Sat Nov 13, 2010 6:04 pm

Lynn-- I just knew you were not from that planet!! Thumbs up!

Martijn-- Love the couch spud!!
Re the Bernanke article-- The American people are fed up to the eyeballs with our greedy politicians, bankers, and corporate dim-wits and tired of watching our retirement funds (mine included) go down the drain. The people spoke loud and clear on November 2nd. We can only hope Obama's "political career" will go the way of the couch potato. hand dance

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