Tag: Data Points

Finding The Millionaire Next Door

By Sarah Fallaw on Feb 16th, 2016 in Current Events, Psychology and Careers

Where is┬áthe millionaire next door? Part of my father’s role as an advisor to DataPoints was to guide the creation of assessments that could measure the same factors critical to building wealth in a broad population of financial decision-makers, not just the wealthy or those with high incomes. The assessments, measures of behaviors and life […]

Researching Wealth and Identifying Potential

By Sarah Fallaw on May 14th, 2015 in Current Events

Data collection is underway for a follow up study on wealth in America, the first reported by my father, Thomas J. Stanley, in The Millionaire Next Door. In addition to examining some of the timeless areas such as asset allocation and automobiles, we have included new fields of study, particularly in behavioral finance. Quick anecdote: […]

Continuing the Journey: Data Points

By Sarah Fallaw on Apr 21st, 2015 in Current Events

One of the projects my father and I were working on before his death was a new company called DataPoints. Based on his research and data, I created a company to provide financial institutions and individuals a way to determine individual wealth potential using assessments and reporting. My father was my chief advisor and mentor. […]