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View Poll Results: As a new M3 buyer, my annual income is...
sub $50,000 31 9.23%
$50-65k 24 7.14%
$65-80k 35 10.42%
$80-90k 16 4.76%
$90-110k 29 8.63%
$110-150k 47 13.99%
more than $150k 154 45.83%
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      02-06-2008, 04:06 PM   #67
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This thread is completely vulgar and lacking any class.
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      02-06-2008, 04:15 PM   #68
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What is the point in this thread.

Someone enlighten me.

I for one wouldn't tell anyone here how much I earned and I doubt too many people would do it either.

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Your poll .............. it doesn't go high enough.
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Your poll .............. it doesn't go high enough.
Yea it needs to exceed millions.
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Yea it needs to exceed millions.
Which, if we're talking Dollars, isn't very much really.
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Which, if we're talking Dollars, isn't very much really.
Unfortunately
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This thread is completely vulgar and lacking any class.

Just like us Americans
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      02-06-2008, 04:35 PM   #74
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Well, I wasn't going to be the one to say it.
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What is the point in this thread.

Someone enlighten me.

I for one wouldn't tell anyone here how much I earned and I doubt too many people would do it either.

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Your poll .............. it doesn't go high enough.
There really isn't a point but I do find it interesting nonetheless. I'd prefer to see BMW's demographic numbers for the M cars. No real reason besides curiousity.

BTW since the poll is >150t at the highest bucket I read the upper bound to be infinity. I'm pretty sure you're somewhere below that.
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To me, if one person still living at home with under $50k of income says "Maybe I should move out before I spend all this money on a car" then the whole thread is worth it.

As for a previous poster's assertions that stocks are bad in America, heh. This is the best time to buy if you plan to hold long-term. Cheap stock = good. If you are a day trader, which is exceedingly stupid unless you are exceedingly bright and talented at picking stocks, maybe it's a bad time.

OTOH, I need more people scared about the market so the people in front of me on the list pass for a bit and move me up. 6 to go!
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To me, if one person still living at home with under $50k of income says "Maybe I should move out before I spend all this money on a car" then the whole thread is worth it.
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As for a previous poster's assertions that stocks are bad in America, heh. This is the best time to buy if you plan to hold long-term. Cheap stock = good. If you are a day trader, which is exceedingly stupid unless you are exceedingly bright and talented at picking stocks, maybe it's a bad time.
Not sure if you are referring to me, but I've been sitting on the sidelines with a nearly 100% cash position for the past 6 months, so I am beginning to make my move. I took some positions today. I don't day trade. In the long run, I should profit, but you never know!
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Not sure if you are referring to me, but I've been sitting on the sidelines with a nearly 100% cash position for the past 6 months, so I am beginning to make my move. I took some positions today. I don't day trade. In the long run, I should profit, but you never know!
I wasn't. Glad you timed well. Most market-timers are shitty at it, especially after tax.
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As for a previous poster's assertions that stocks are bad in America, heh. This is the best time to buy if you plan to hold long-term. Cheap stock = good. If you are a day trader, which is exceedingly stupid unless you are exceedingly bright and talented at picking stocks, maybe it's a bad time.
Buy when theres blood in the streets...
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As for a previous poster's assertions that stocks are bad in America, heh. This is the best time to buy if you plan to hold long-term. Cheap stock = good. If you are a day trader, which is exceedingly stupid unless you are exceedingly bright and talented at picking stocks, maybe it's a bad time.
correct cheap does = good when buying. Do u know that the market has bottomed out? If you do then you should be investing everything you have now, dont buy the M3 and order a vanquish or something because your knowledge will be worth millions.
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wow this thread has really gone way off topic...

Judging from the results they don't seem to be really reliable nor accurate.
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by the IRS >100k is <5% of the population
here it is ~75%
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by the IRS >100k is <5% of the population
here it is ~75%
Not that I don't think the results aren't a little inaccurate but you are on a BMW M forum. This forum does not represent the average population.
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BTW since the poll is >150t at the highest bucket I read the upper bound to be infinity. I'm pretty sure you're somewhere below that.
Did you mean the $150K mark or infinity.
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This poll reveals a couple of things to me....

-Some M3 "buyers" who live at home are stating their combined household income (including mommy and daddy)

-The "consumer" economy that ignited in the 80's is here to stay. I just wonder how people who really don't make any money, are going to continue their "keep up with the joneses" charade. Oh and how is today's generation of "i want it, and i want it now's" going to retire on nothing... I'm not blaming anyone for living that way -- it's just the current mentality in American society.... short-sightedness and self-centeredness permeate everything...

Excellent points in that post. Those questions have popped up in my head as well after reading some of the comments.
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by the IRS >100k is <5% of the population
here it is ~75%
And I bet if we take a poll at an exclusive country club, it would be 95%. It is no surprise that a majority of people considering the M3 have an income of $150K or above.
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first time post here. i've been looking/hoping to get the e90, but have been worried about whether i could afford it/should i buy it. i guess just graduating from school and starting to work, i really have no understanding as to how much i should be spending on a new car. that being said, i'll most likely be in the 150k+ group, so this is reassuring that i'm not making a stupid financial mistake.
Would you mind saying in which sector/profession you get paid 150k+ straight out of school ? I just find that hard to believe.
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