In the four different categories of financial status in the matrix, your position is as fluid as your input. The article below says that a high networth = more money. However, you can grow your money exponentially by meeting your bare requirements if the article is true.
It says that the vast majority of money in the two examples, one from a trustfund baby and the other from an entrepreneur, grew exponentially because they can live adequately on a fraction of their wealth. The vast majority of their money is spent moving money.
Bill gates wealth grew at the same amount after his retirement and movement into investment
Basically, if this article is true then you really just need to make a certain number above the average American wage/or other country you live in. Live as minimally as possible. Some people say 10% of your wealth should go towards investments. This financial advice has to be absurdly incorrect or even the advice your housing should be 30% of your income, or better yet the advice to even buy a house.