Interest rates make you look good – Economical people are attractive according to study
It’s not often that beauty is linked to interest and money, but that’s what does in the latest blog post on the Dorn Net blog. According to some research, frugal people are perceived as more attractive. In other words, it is just as important to spend money on the interest account as on facial water and stylish clothes.
What is it that attracts people who are considered frugal? Westergerd believes that the words discipline and self-control are associated with a frugal person. Anyone who has money at the bank has thus been able to discipline themselves to save them instead of spending them on unnecessary things. A sense of security, which then appears in the personality.
Saving money at a good interest rate
It has also been found that good looking, well-trained people are considered to be more economical. This could be linked to the fact that they work long-term. Extremely few get a fortune overnight and even fewer a good looking body in a few days. Working in the long term is a positive trait that is reflected in how you are as a person.
But it is not just a visual image but it is also consistent with the research. The people who are doing well both physically and mentally incur much less debt and make better financial decisions.
Saving money at a good interest rate thus gives you not only more money at the bank but also a financial security that your surroundings will indirectly look at you. A security that is perceived as attractive by both women and men.
What Westergerd bases his theory on is an English article on marketwatch and although there is not much research behind it, it is easy to understand his reasoning.
Dorn Net and its blogs
Dorn Net was initially a company that only offered simple and fast stock trading to private individuals, but in recent years has increasingly taken the step towards offering similar services as classic banks. Dorn Net offers a number of different ways to save money and on the loan side they have a loan that they call the top loan.
On the website they have several different blogs that can be followed depending on what you are interested in in areas within the financial sector. Just as we do, they suggest different ways of thinking before the loan should be taken out, what you can think of before the money is invested and so on. Blogs that we highly recommend regardless of interest.