Or at least one that’s interesting to me.
Now, obviously enough, a proper valuation of that lifestyle they’ve currently got is difficult but this is the correct question that should have been asked before they set off down this path. What’s the amount of cash they’ve got to pile up before their lifestyle beats what they’ve already got? Then, what’s the chance that they’re going to reach that figure?
Frankly, from this accounting point of view it’s difficult to work out why they’re bothering.
Why are they bothering? They’re taking on substantial risk and yet it’s difficult to see them getting any further than they already are.