I would like to add here the role of perception of our macro-social world on the appropriate morality and emotional intelligence on financial decisions and actions. Personal world emotions of financial decision makers, who ignore the macroscopic economic consequences , have no value and are not be sanctioned as really good (even though maybe good with the standards of psychologists): Here is a relevant Blog about how such irresponsible financial decision makers may create mass financial destruction through over-debt: http://overdebtmonetarysystem.blogspot.com/2012/04/1-how-current-monetary-system-creates.html
Besides , the financial emotional qualifications (EQ), the financial intellectual qualifications (IQ) , there are also the financial spiritual qualifications (SQ).
Spiritual qualifications (SQ) is the system of beliefs that we have that defines our reality and the meaning of our life. (see also post 11)
I very much like also the definition of true prosperity by Michael Ray, lecturer in the Stanford University , in his book "The highest Goal".
It is also in accordance with the deeper sequencing that in order to have you must first act, and in order to act you must first think and in order to think you must first be. To be, to think, to act, to have is the true sequence of wealth creation. Private property itself is nothing else that a feature of abilities of the creative will of the existence. Therefore the ability to experience at will the various qualities and abilities of our own existence is the true wealth.
"True prosperity is being happy by continuously experiencing the variety and infinity of qualities that make up our Existence. .....You achieve prosperity by having a full, rich feeling of self-worth." Michael Ray: The Highest Goal 2004