They’ve been through so much.
But generally speaking, they’re doing so well. They account for a mere 2.4% of the total U.S. population. However, in 2009, the Forbes 400 list included 139 of them.
Despite a long history of discrimination and persecution, the Jews are … well, kinda crushing it.
I don’t know about you, but I find this fascinating.
How can a group of people be so prosperous while also being subjected to religious hate, callous stereotypes, and historical oppression?
I can’t help but wonder, what’s their secret sauce?
In other words, HOW are they doing this?
On today’s Finance Friday episode, Rabbi Daniel Lapin answers that very question, revealing why Jews are disproportionately good with money.
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