I do not think I am successful just because I have money. I'm successful because I love who I am and I have no regrets, and I'm successful because I have a great heart and I have compassion and I care and I would be happy with or without money.
Opposites may attract, but I wouldn't put my money on a relationship of financial opposites.
Sometimes poverty is the greatest gift you can ever be given. Sometimes loss is the key that leads you to gain.
If you're saving for the long run, it's actually a good thing when the market is down because the more shares you have, the more you can potentially make when markets rise. And over time - decades, not months - the markets rise more than they fall.