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The title of the post is a copy and paste from the title and first paragraph of the linked academic press release here :
Nice people may be at greater risk of bankruptcy and other financial hardships compared with their less agreeable peers, not because they are more cooperative, but because they don’t value money as much, according to research published by the American Psychological Association.
Sandra C. Matz, Joe J. Gladstone.
Nice guys finish last: When and why agreeableness is associated with economic hardship.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 2018;
Recent research suggests that agreeable individuals experience greater financial hardship than their less agreeable peers. We explore the psychological mechanisms underlying this relationship and provide evidence that it is driven by agreeable individuals considering money to be less important, but not (as previously suggested) by agreeable individuals pursuing more cooperative negotiating styles. Taking an interactionist perspective, we further hypothesize that placing little importance on money—a risk factor for money mismanagement—is more detrimental to the financial health of those agreeable individuals who lack the economic means to compensate for their predisposition. Supporting this proposition, we show that agreeableness is more strongly (and sometimes exclusively) related to financial hardship among low-income individuals. We present evidence from diverse data sources, including 2 online panels (n1 = 636, n2 = 3,155), a nationally representative survey (n3 = 4,170), objective bank account data (n4 = 549), a longitudinal cohort study (n5 = 2,429), and geographically aggregated insolvency and personality measures (n6 = 332,951, n7 = 2,468,897).
That is because they are tend to agree with their friends, for example someone will lend money to them and they will give it to them in that case their money will be lessen and the tendency is your money will be gone if they will not pay you back.
If true, Donnie Moscow must be a real outlier. All he cares about is money and himself, yet he's had numerous bankruptcies and failures.
You really need research for this.!.!.
Research shows sticking finger in light socket is unpleasant, still awaiting peer review though