Managing finances is a challenging task....
Miami, FL (PRWEB) December 12, 2015
Debt Consolidation USA explained in a recently published article some of the most common money superstitions people have. The article titled “6 Money Superstitions You Need To Understand” takes a look at these superstitions and beliefs and breaks them down from origin so consumers can understand them better.
The article starts off by pointing out that managing finances is a challenging task, and, because of this, consumers would oftentimes recruit all of the help they can get including money superstitions. There has yet to be a scientific or factual study on the effectiveness of abiding by numerous superstitions, but then again, there are people who stand by them believing the superstitions have given them the edge with their monetary needs.
To understand these superstitions better, the article listed some of the most common ones, starting off with growing a money tree. This myth started in Taiwan where a poor farmer decided to harvest and sell an odd looking tree, believing it would bring good fortune. It did bring him money because he was able to sell the tree, making people believe it would attract money.
There are also people who seem to be wearing coins around their necks for good luck and to also attract more money into their hands and pockets. This started in the times of kings and queens where people believed they could heal the sick. Back then, a person would wear a coin around their neck and royalty would kiss it, instantly healing them and anyone else who touched the coin. This good luck that the coin brought has now transcended time and is still believed to bring about the same result.
There are also people who believe that picking up a coin with the head up is a sign of good luck and even saying “money” when a shooting star passes by will bring good fortune. There are a lot of superstitions when it comes to money management but they should always be preceded with basic budgeting skills. To read the full article, click on this link: https://www.debtconsolidationusa.com/personal-finance/6-money-superstitions-you-need-to-understand.html