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约翰·戴维森·洛克菲勒(John D.Rockefeller,1839—1937年)世界石油大王,是世界第一个亿万富翁,世界上有史以来最有钱的人:调整到今日的净资产=3920~6630亿美元!占当年美国经济的1.53%!盖茨虽然是当今最有钱的人,但他在历史上财富也只是排列第13位,即使按照盖茨在99年科网泡沫前的1360亿美元身家,他也只是排在第四位,排在 钢铁大王 卡内基 和 铁路大王 范德比尔特 的后面!
//@非鱼观点:最有钱的不是比尔盖茨吗//@查立
洛克菲勒利用美国小政府体系,以石油垄断为基础,通过不断控制金融机构,把势力范围伸向国民经济各部门的美国最大的垄断集团。最后民愤抱怨贫富悬殊,1911年标准石油被美国国会和最高法院分拆为34家有独立董事会的公司。中国有三桶油,不会出现类似的洛克菲勒的世界级民企首富。但印度国退民进,恐怕中国人去印度创业更有希望。这就是为什么中国年轻人都一窝蜂想做IT、互联网英雄,因为中国传统行业牵涉ZF,真不好做!




The Wealthiest Americans Ever
http://www.nytimes.com/ref/business/20070715_GILDED_GRAPHIC.html
JULY 15, 2007


石油大王洛克菲勒创富圣经 ①起点低不代表终点低 ②等上帝给你运气,不如自己给自己勇气 ③工作是天堂也是地狱,看你怎么选择 ④一次行动胜过一千次空想 ⑤最大的破产不是财务破产,而是精神破产 ⑥记住:挣钱是为了生活,但生活并不是为了挣钱。Rockefeller是世界上有史以来最有钱的人

正真的投资者是逐利的,他们“不劳而获”获得的投资回报是被广大民众鄙视的!石油大王Rockefeller洛克菲勒 巴菲特 比尔盖茨等当初都是被人们鄙视的,他们崛起时都踩踏了无数竞争对手!所以所谓99%人群才去占领华尔街。富豪们如今被人们尊重和爱戴是因为他们将几百亿美元捐赠做慈善。烧钱慈善可买人心的,中国富豪也如此![钱]


福布斯公布美国史上15大富豪 盖茨列第13位
2007年09月17日 新浪科技
  导语:《福布斯》网站近日公布了“美国史上15大富豪”排行榜,最终石油巨头约翰·洛克菲勒(John D. Rockefeller)名列榜首,而比尔·盖茨仅排在第13位。
  福布斯排行榜所引用的个人资产总额均为上榜富豪巅峰期的数据。为了更准确地反映出他们对于美国经济的影响,福布斯对照当时的美国国内生产总值(GDP),将所有人的个人资产转化为2006年的美元。因此,如果约翰·洛克菲勒今天仍然健在,他的个人资产将达到盖茨的数倍。(摩尔)

  美国史上15大富豪排行榜
  排名         姓名                年代            转换后资产
  1          约翰·洛克菲勒            1839-1937            3053亿美元
  2          安德鲁·卡内基            1835-1919            2812亿美元
  3          科尼利尔斯·范德比尔特    1794-1877            1684亿美元
  4          约翰·雅各布-奥斯塔       1763-1848            1101亿美元
  5          斯蒂芬·杰拉德            1750-1831            956亿美元
  6          理查德·梅隆              1858-1933            823亿美元
  7          A.T.斯图尔特              1803-1876            808亿美元
  8          弗雷德里克·韦尔豪泽      1834-1914            722亿美元
  9          马歇尔·菲尔德            1834-1906            601亿美元
  10         萨姆·沃尔顿              1918-1992            586亿美元
  11         杰·古尔德                1836-1892            582亿美元
  12         亨利·福特                1863-1947            543亿美元
  13         比尔·盖茨                1955-                530亿美元
  14         安德鲁·梅隆              1855-1937            505亿美元
  15         沃伦·巴菲特              1930-                460亿美元


石油大王洛克菲勒六大创富圣经
2012年02月07日 作者:一财网
  约翰·戴维森·洛克菲勒(John Davison Rockefeller)(1839年7月8日–1937年5月23日)美国资本家,也是上世界第一个亿万富翁,在他漫长的一生中,人们对他毁誉参半。他极为沉默寡言、神秘莫测,一生都在各种不同角色和层层神话的掩饰下度过。《福布斯》网站曾公布过“美国史上15大富豪”排行榜,最终约翰·洛克菲勒名列榜首。
  洛克菲勒的六大创富圣经:
  1、起点低不代表终点低。
  2、等上帝给你运气,不如自己给自己勇气。
  3、工作是天堂也是地狱,看你怎么选择。
  4、一次行动胜过一千次空想。
  5、最大的破产不是财务破产,而是精神破产。
  6、记住——挣钱是为了生活,但生活并不是为了挣钱。
  洛克菲勒家族为何能富到六代
  中国老话说“富不过三代”,但洛克菲勒家族发展到现在已经是第六代了,依然如日中天、独“富”天下。从日常零花钱开始的理财教育和家庭教育,对这个家族获得成功产生了莫大的影响。
  现在之所以有越来越多的年轻人变成卡奴、房奴、月光族,还是因为小时候接触到的理财教育太少,也就是财商不足!而大多数白手起家的世界富豪在教育子女的金钱观、理财观方面都不吝惜时间与精力,总结一下他们这方面的观点和做法,能给我们的理财教育提供良好的参考和借鉴。
  为了奖励儿子小学入学考试成绩优异,星期天一家人去京郊的欢乐谷好好HAPPY了一天,晚餐特意选在儿子从没去过,却听其他小朋友说过很多次的北京CBD的世贸天阶。如此华丽的氛围下,家庭晚餐多了一点平时没有的休闲氛围。
  儿子很开心地吃着西餐吧里的牛扒,一边问:“妈妈,我们能每天都来这里吃饭吗?”我回答:“为什么会这么想呢?”
  儿子说:“因为这里很漂亮啊,到处都富丽堂皇的。我觉得在这里吃饭说明我们家很有钱啊。”
  老公的脸色略变,正要说点什么,我用眼色阻止了他,反问儿子道:“呵呵,儿子这么小就想当有钱人啊。那妈妈问你,你知道几位富豪呢?”
  儿子几乎未作思考,高声叫道:“我知道美国有个石油大王叫洛克菲勒,还有那个叫股神巴菲特的老头儿,就是天价午餐的那个人。还有,李嘉诚,华人首富呢!我好多同学都崇拜他……”
  关于零花钱的教育,是孩子财商培养最基本、也是最重要的一个方面,所以我决定把洛克菲勒家族的零花钱教育告诉孩子。
  “宝宝知道这么多啊,那妈妈就从洛克菲勒家族给你讲起吧。”
  “好好好,妈妈快讲!”
  “洛克菲勒家族是世界上财力最旺盛的家族之一,从19世纪70年代约翰·洛克菲勒,也就是洛克菲勒一世,成为美国历史上第一个10亿富翁开始,至当今时代,洛克菲勒家族的第六代传人尼古拉斯·洛克菲勒,依然家业昌盛,对美国乃至世界的许多产业、福利事业都产生过巨大影响。”
  “洛克菲勒一世小时候,他爸爸从来不白给他零花钱,每天早上就让他到田地里去干农活,比如挤牛奶,除草之类他力所能及的工作。然后按一个小时5毛钱(我这里将原始数字稍作处理,便于孩子理解)和他的爸爸结账。”
  “一个星期只给两元钱,十一二岁也就是刚上初中的时候,一个星期给5元钱作为零花钱,十二岁以上的,每个星期给10元钱的零花钱。”
  “两块钱呀?两块钱只能做两次摇摇车呀!”儿子立即在他的脑海里找到了对价物。”
  “是的,只够坐两次摇摇车的钱,但还不能全部拿去坐摇摇车。后来,洛克菲勒一世的儿子洛克菲勒二世,还对孩子们如何使用这些零花钱做了规定,必须分作3个用途,自己花一部分,存下来一部分,还有一部分要去施舍给更需要的人,比如地震受灾的小朋友们。”
  “并且,洛克菲勒二世还给孩子们每人发一个账本,每一分钱的用途和时间都要记下来,在下个星期发零花钱之前要交给家长审查,如果账目记得清楚,并且用途正当,这个星期就可以多领1元钱的零花钱,不然,就要从这个星期的零花钱里面扣掉1元钱。”我特意把“扣掉”两个字说得很重。
  我钦佩这个家族。这个节俭成性的资本家,对自己的子孙这么抠门,却是个不折不扣的大慈善家。洛克菲勒一世,一生为慈善事业的贡献超过了10亿美元,可以作为很好的见证。而且,这个家族在上个世纪成立中国医学委员会,后来还设立了北京协和医科大学。
  中国有句老话叫“富不过三代”,但是洛克菲勒家族发展到现在已经是第六代了,依然如日中天、独“富”天下。可见,从日常零花钱开始的理财教育和家庭教育,对这个家族获得成功产生了莫大的影响。
         商业天赋与生俱来吗 揭巨富成功敛财秘诀
  洛克菲勒:世界财富标记
  他创建了标准石油公司,在巅峰时期曾垄断全美国80%的炼油工业和90%的油管生意。
  他笃信基督教,以他名字命名的基金会捐款总额高达5亿美元。
  他是一个相当勤勉和生活简朴的企业家,从不喝酒,没有虚荣心,甚至不考虑外表形象问题。惟一的嗜好就是骑马。
  他曾说:如果把我剥得一文不名丢在沙漠的中央,只要一行驼队经过——我就可以重建整个王朝。
  接触近现代乃至当代美国商业史,都难以绕开这个家族的姓氏:标准石油公司、洛克菲勒基金会、大通银行、现代艺术博物馆、洛克菲勒中心、芝加哥大学、洛克菲勒大学,还有令全美国伤悲的在9·11中倒地的“双塔”。
  洛克菲勒的发迹和致富,在许多人的眼中一直是个传奇,高不可攀。但当我们细细解读他的财富聚集路径时,又不禁豁然开朗:其实,我们每个人身边并不缺少财富,而是缺少发现财富的眼光。
  与生俱来的商业天赋
  了解自己,知道自己的起点和目标,才能最终走向成功。越是遇到挫折,决心越是要坚定,因为这时你离成功已经很近了。
  1839年洛克菲勒出生在美国纽约州的一个小镇上,他们的家族是在18世纪由德国移民到美国的,他的父亲比尔是个行为放荡的假药贩子,使得他们不得不一次次的搬家,日子过得非常不安定。据洛克菲勒的邻居后来回忆说:我从来就没有见过像他们家那么可怜的孩子。后来,洛克菲勒的家搬到了克利夫兰市。
  16岁时,洛克菲勒便开始面对艰难时世,准备打工挣钱贴补家用。洛克菲勒翻开全城的工商企业名录,仔细寻找那些知名度最高的公司,每天早晨8点,他离开住处,身穿黑色西裤,高高的硬领西服,扎上黑色领带,去做预约的面试。他一再被人拒之门外,但一直在坚持。六个星期后,他又开始将选中的公司重走一遍,有的公司甚至拜访了两三次。但依然没有结果。然而,洛克菲勒越是遇到挫折,决心越是坚定。
  1855年9月26日上午,洛克菲勒走进了一家名叫休伊特·卡特尔的公司,这里刚好有一个记账员职位的空缺,公司二老板亨利·卡特尔就叫洛克菲勒午饭后再来。午饭后,洛克菲勒见到了这家公司的大老板艾萨克·休伊特,他仔细看了看洛克菲勒写的字,然后说:留下来试试吧。晚年的洛克菲勒依然记得那时自己喜出望外的心情,并将9月26日这一天作为“就业日”庆祝,规模超过了自己的生日宴会。
  大老板休伊特让洛克菲勒脱下外衣,马上工作,工资的事情丝毫没有提及。三个月后,洛克菲勒才收到第一笔微薄的报酬。但从那时的记账开始,打开了洛克菲勒精于计算的财富生涯序幕。
  有一次休伊特·卡特尔公司做了一笔大理石生意,承担运输业务的有三家公司,到货后却发现高价购进的大理石有瑕疵。这时,头脑灵活的洛克菲勒建议老板把责任推到运输公司身上,绝妙之处在于:洛克菲勒分别向三家公司提出赔偿损失的要求,这样得到的赔款就高出原来的两倍之多。休伊特·卡特尔公司借此发了一笔横财。洛克菲勒对商业与生俱来的感觉和出色的组织实施能力,令老板对他极为欣赏。
  石油VS洛克菲勒:谁成就谁?
  100多年前的人们,谁也搞不清石油究竟是昙花一现的产业还是能给人类带来长久的利益,洛克菲勒相信石油行业具有长久的发展前景。他认为:探矿十分冒险,而炼油既保险又能赚大钱。
  1858年,洛克菲勒和一位名叫克拉克的英国朋友筹备成立二人公司,最初约定各自投资2000美元。洛克菲勒手头资金不足,就以10%的利息借来1000美元创业。于是,克拉克·洛克菲勒公司正式成立,主要业务是经营农产品。
  1859年8月27日,美国宾夕法尼亚州打出了第一口油井,全国出现了采油热,成千上万的冒险家和投机家拥到了那里,在那些疯狂的日子里,几乎每天都有新的炼油厂诞生——把原油经过简单的加工后,主要用于照明使用。
  克利夫兰的商人们对于石油生意也非常感兴趣,希望能借此发财。于是,他们就一致推举年轻的洛克菲勒先去实地考察。当洛克菲勒到达宾夕法尼亚州附近的小镇时,看到的是林立的高架和零乱、简陋的挖井设备,使他多少有些沮丧。更为重要的是,洛克菲勒还注意到石油业蒸蒸日上的表象下隐藏着巨大的潜在危机。回到克利夫兰后,洛克菲勒告诉家乡的同行们:千万不要在原油生产上盲目投资。
  不久,由于原油生产市场供大于求,石油价格大幅度下降——原先20美元一桶的价格,两年内已经跌至10美元。三年后,石油价格已经跌到了最低点。就在大部分投资者们纷纷退出时,洛克菲勒看到了机会,和克拉克、安德鲁斯合伙成立了自己的炼油公司,取名为洛克菲勒·克拉克炼油厂。安德鲁斯是照明用油方面的专家,他认为煤油比其他照明材料的光度要亮,未来市场需求前景看好。


The 30 Richest Americans Of All Time – Inflation Adjusted
http://www.celebritynetworth.com ... inflation-adjusted/
By Brian Warner on March 21, 2014
Who is the richest American of all time, inflation adjusted? America is the richest nation in the world. Today, The United States has more millionaires and billionaires than any other nation and we control over 34% of all the wealth on planet Earth. Interestingly, the richest person in the world today is no longer an American ever since Mexican tycoon Carlos Slim overtook Bill Gates with a net worth of $74 billion. Not that it matters much to Gates, who has pledged to give away the majority of his wealth to the Bill and Melinda Gates foundation. Furthermore, at the height of his wealth, Bill Gates was much richer that Carlos Slim. During the peak of the dotcom bubble, Gates had a net worth well over $100 billion which made him by far the richest man on earth. But how does Gates compare to the wealthy tycoons who came before him? The Carnegies, the Astors, the Huntingtons… When you take inflation into account, who was the richest American of all time?

Fun Facts About The 30 Richest Americans Ever:
1) There are no women on this list.
2) Only two out of the thirty are alive today.
3) Many fortunes came from railroads at the turn of the century.
4) Mining and steel are the next most popular ways to make a fortune.
5) These men control a combined $2.445 trillion.
6) The poorest person on this list had net worth of $34 billion.
7) The #1 person on this list is the richest human being to ever walk the earth.

The 30 Richest Americans Of All Time - Inflation Adjusted
#30: James C. Flood – Net Worth $34 Billion
#29: Peter AB Widener – Net Worth $35 Billion
#28: Collis Potter Huntington – Net Worth $36 Billion
#27: George Pullman – Net Worth $37 Billion
#26: Henry C. Frick – Net Worth $39.3 Billion
#25: Oliver H Payne – Net Worth $40.4 Billion
#24: JP Morgan – Net Worth $41.5 Billion
#23: Henry Huttleston Rogers – Net Worth $42.6 Billion
#22: Edward Henry Harriman – Net Worth $42.7 Billion
#21: John I Blair – Net Worth $47 Billion
#20: Russell Sage – Net Worth $47 Billion
#19: Moses Taylor – Net Worth $48.1 Billion
#18: William Weightman – Net Worth $48.1 Billion
#17: James G. Fair – Net Worth $49.2 Billion
#16: Andrew W. Mellon – Net Worth $50.5 Billion
#15: Richard B. Mellon – Net Worth $50.5 Billion
#14: Henry Ford – Net Worth $54 Billion
#13: Warren Buffett – Net Worth $64 Billion
#12: Sam Walton – Net Worth $65 Billion
#11: Marshall Field – Net Worth $66 Billion
#10: Stephen Van Rensselaer – Net Worth $68 Billion
#9: Jay Gould – Net Worth $71 Billion
#8: Friedrich Weyerhauser – Net Worth $80 Billion
#7: A.T. Stewart – Net Wort $90 Billion
#6: Stephen Girard – Net Worth $105 Billion
#5: John Jacob Astor – Net Worth $121 Billion
#4: Bill Gates – Net Worth $136 Billion Microsoft stock price peaked in 1999 at around $119 ($60.928 adjusting for splits).
#3: Cornelius Vanderbilt – Net Worth $185 Billion
#2: Andrew Carnegie – Net Worth $310 Billion
#1: John D. Rockefeller – Net Worth $340 Billion

What lessons did you learn from this list? Are you running out tomorrow to start a railroad? I wouldn't blame you!!!


The 13 Richest Americans Of All Time
http://www.businessinsider.com/richest-americans-ever-2011-4
APR. 17, 2011
The richest Americans in history come primarily from several eras of extreme inequality.
One group of robber barons, like John D. Rockefeller and Andrew Carnegie, lived between the Gilded Age and the Roaring Twenties.
Then there are the tech mavens and investors who made a fortune in the past twenty years.
We identified peak net worth for historical figures based on scholarly estimates. All figures are adjusted for inflation.

#13 Warren Buffett
Peak fortune: $63.9 billion Born: 1930
Source of wealth: Investments. The Oracle of Omaha joined Berkshire Hathaway as chairman in 1970 and hasn't looked back. He has pledged to give away 99 percent of his money.

#12 Sam Walton
Peak fortune: $64.5 billion Born: 1918
Source of wealth: Founded Walmart in 1962 and lived a famously humble life. As Walmart keeps growing, Walton's four children have individual fortunes around $20 billion each.

#11 Marshall Field
Peak fortune: $66.1 billion Born: 1834
Source of wealth: He started the retail store chain Marshall Field and Co. in Chicago during the Civil War.

#10 Stephen Van Rensselaer
Peak fortune: $68.5 billion Born: 1764
Source of wealth: Major of the US Militia and member of the New York State Assembly, Rensselaer was also heir to one of the most well-endowed estates in the US. He founded the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute with a portion of his wealth.

#9 Jay Gould
Peak fortune: $71.2 billion Born: 1836
Source of wealth: Railroad baron and gold speculator, Jay Gould masterminded the 19th century transportation boom in America. He and financier James Fisk also bought up a dominating share of the gold market at the time - enough to directly affect market movements during Gould's lifetime.

#8 Frederick Weyerhaeuser
Peak fortune: $79.4 billion Born: 1834
Source of wealth:  He founded Weyerhaeuser Company, one of the biggest timber companies in the United States, after he arrived to America from Germany in the 19th century.

#7 A.T. Stewart
Peak fortune: $88.9 billion Born: 1803
Source of wealth:  An American entrepreneur, he founded the first department store in lower Manhattan and subsequently expanded his retail business.

#6 Stephen Girard
Peak fortune: $105 billion Born: 1750
Source of wealth: Successful in the shipping trade, he was a French-born American merchant who went into the banking business later in his life, owning a bank that was called "Girard's Bank".

#5 John Jacob Astor
Peak fortune: $121 billion Born: 1763
Source of wealth: A successful fur trader, he established a near monopoly within the U.S. by around 1800. He subsequently switched trades and went on to investing in real estate, focusing on New York City.

#4 Bill Gates
Peak fortune: $136 billion Born: 1955
Source of wealth: Founded Microsoft with Paul Allen in 1975. He held onto shares as Microsoft dominated the age of computers, peaking in personal wealth at the top of the Dot Com Bubble.

#3 Cornelius Vanderbilt
Fortune: $185 billion Born: 1794
Source of wealth: In 1862, he began to buy railroad lines. Although already 70 years old, his wealth mostly comes from this business of the 19th century. Prior to that, he was known as a cold-blooded steam-boat entrepreneur.

#2 Andrew Carnegie
Fortune: $309 billion Born: 1835
Source of wealth: Carnegie invested in the steel business when the market was booming, eventually ending up at the head of the U.S. Steel empire.

#1 John D. Rockefeller
Fortune: $336 billion Born: 1835
Source of wealth: He founded Standard Oil in 1870, at the age of 31, and bought up most of the oil refineries in the United States, eventually controlling about 90% of the American oil business.


Richest People In America & How They Got Rich
http://www.bitrebels.com/lifesty ... merica-infographic/
The word “rich” evokes a lot of different emotions in different people. It’s probably the one word that has started more wars than any other. It’s also the one word that has most inspired people to innovate, help, and become outstanding. It’s also a word that has walled people in loneliness and despair. It’s a word that many people fear yet they still try to become it. The interesting thing is that when most people become rich, they don’t think it is all that. But it’s still a word that will keep being a motivating factor for people. So how do you get rich? What can you do, and what do you need to learn in order to get there? As it turns out, nerdwallet looked at the 400 richest people in America and compiled a list of industries they have succeeded within.

In this infographic called The 400 Richest Americans, we’ll get a closer look at who the richest people in Americ
a are and what they have done in order to amass such insane wealth. There is a misconception in the world that you have to have special skills in order to succeed, but nothing could be farther from the truth. The one factor binding all of these people together (besides them all being among the richest people in America) is that they have all been dedicated to a dream and to doing what they love. They managed to find a way to do what they knew felt right, and they enjoyed doing it. Dedication comes from excessive dreaming, and from doing what you love.

You can be a master of anything if you put your head and heart into it. It seems most of the richest people in America have gotten rich through financial services and hedge funds. A lot of people reading this will most likely want to know just how many people have gotten rich off of the Internet. Well, it so happens that 10.5% of all the richest people in America got rich through computer, tech or web ventures. As you see, you don’t have to be Mark Zuckerberg in order to bring in the dollars by the truck load.

Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to find a larger version of this infographic. So, you will have to squint in order to read the fine print I am afraid. The nerdiest people to become rich are probably the most interesting part of this infographic. People have become among the richest people in America through Beanie Babies, Star Wars, cheese and even trucking. Yup, you can become rich within any area that your heart dares to dream within. Never stop just because it hasn’t been done before. Chances are, you will have an even greater chance of becoming rich if no one else has done it before, if that is your goal and motivation. If I may suggest, use your heart and dedication towards a dream rather than money as your motivation, and you will do even greater things. Love, dreams and creativity have always had a much more positive influence on people than money.


Riches To Rags: Learn From 9 People Who Lost It All
http://www.bitrebels.com/lifestyle/riches-to-rags-infographic/
We’ve all read stories about people going from rags to riches, but how about from riches to rags? Just a few days ago, Richard wrote an article about the Richest People In America. It explained how the richest people here in the States got rich in the first place. Since there are so many different ways to be rich in life, I want to specify that I’m talking about rich when it comes to financial means. I know a lot of people aspire to be rich, and it got me thinking about what happens when we get there.

If you think acquiring a lot of money is a challenge sometimes, you might consider thinking about what you’d do with it once you have it. For some people, keeping money once they’ve got it can be even more of a feat than getting it in the first place. We’ve all heard stories of people who have won millions of dollars in the lottery but ended up broke a few years later. Have you ever stopped to wonder how that could happen? I’ve often thought maybe they got scammed somehow, or perhaps it was just a string of poor financial decisions.

In this infographic called From Riches To Rags: 9 Musicians Who Lost It All by paydayloan (designed by NowSourcing), you’ll see several examples of people who went from riches to rags so to speak. I’m blown away that at one point, MC Hammer maintained a payroll expense of $500,000 a month. That was back in the ’90s when it would have seemed like even more money than it does today. It seems Toni Braxton has filed bankruptcy twice in 12 years. Apparently one way to go from riches to rags is to let someone in your family manage your money. That happened to Billy Joel, and he lost 90 million dollars because of that decision. There is a lot we can all learn from this about the importance of living within (or beneath) our means, regardless of how much money we have. It’s all relative if you know what I mean.


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