I need help on the pronoun "quae" in the following sentence.
In contrarium igitur relapsa res est;
nam quae sufficientes sibi facere putabantur opes,
alieno potius praesidio faciunt indigentes.
Into contradiction therefore the matter has fallen;
for wealth, that (quae) was thought to make one sufficient unto himself,
instead makes (it's possessors) needful of the protection of others.
My trial parsing with a little context:
nam: conjunction, "for"
quae: relative pronoun, nom. pl. fem., antecedent is "opes"; "quae" is subject of verb "putabantur".
opes: nom. pl. fem. subject of "faciunt".