Anglo-Saxon Rune Poem (from ragweedforge.com)
Wealth is a comfort to all men;
yet must every man bestow it freely,if he wish to gain honour in the sight of the Lord.
Feoh translates as Wealth. Other Rune Poems indicate Gold. For some reason, a lot of contemporary authors say Cattle, but that is NOT the original translation of this rune. While it could be taken there through a kind of abstraction of pastoral ideal (the men in past traded cattle for wealth, while has roots in historical accuracy, is not the whole substance).
I think Feoh is one of the many runes that people really enjoy. Why? People can’t seem to have enough wealth, money and stuff. I can’t blame them. Money itself, is not a bad thing, and if that is what you want, go for it. Feoh of course, can help you with Wealth, Money, finances. It is the audhruna (wealth rune) of all Wealth Runes. Feoh shows wealth and abundance, and is especially favorable in readings related to money and finances. But it can show that wealth in other types of readings too. The immaterial wealth of love, family, social acclaim and fame, are often sought after by people and can grow in abundance. Like the poem indicates, by sharing that wealth, you can gain honour and dignity, and that wealth will often grow with it.