Fives have several interesting apparently contradictory habits. You can read the biography of Warren Buffet to see them. On the one hand, they collect. Almost anything – he collected bottle caps at one point. Others collect comic books, baseball cards, statues of frogs and in Buffet’s case, companies.
On the other hand, many Fives lead spartan lives without collecting much of anything. They may have only a few clothes and a cheap car. The difference seems to lie in their degree of introversion. Fives can live in their head, so they are comfortable without external possessions, but if they are more extroverted, they tend to collect stuff.
In either case, it reflects an inner belief in scarcity. Hoarding is one thing, fasting is another – both can manifest a sense of a basic shortage of what they need. One can either try to have an abundance or learn to live without.