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CNBC's Robert Frank breaks down signs that tell you if you're "super" rich.
CNBC's Robert Frank reports on one home for sale in Aspen, Colorado, listed for $39.7 million.
The largest private home in America is getting closer to completion, reports CNBC's Robert Frank, with a look inside the 90,000-square-foot mansion.
The Spectrem Group's Millionaire Confidence Index reached its highest limit in its 9½-year history. What's their secret?
CNBC's Robert Frank, tours a luxury "survival condo" that's stocked with all the amenities you'll need to survive an apocalypse, including a pool and pet park.
Herve Humler, Ritz-Carlton president & COO, shares his thoughts on luxury lodging and reveals his company's new development plan to increase the number of properties to 100 by 2016.
Wealth among the richest in the Asia-Pacific region could surpass that of North America as soon as next year, a joint report by Capgemini and RBC Wealth Management showed on Wednesday.
It's simply known as "The Ski Home." This Aspen, Colo., megamansion is the largest home in town. CNBC cameras take you on a VIP tour with the owner.
Millionaires can be forgiven for feeling, well, a little average. There are millions of millionaires in the U.S. Here are some signs you're super rich.
A deal has been reached to divide up the estate of the reclusive heiress Huguette Clark, a artist who lived her last 20 years in New York hospitals.
Healthy gains on stock markets across the world in 2012 helped boost peoples' finances by over 8 percent, according to a report which investigates individual wealth across more than 50 countries.
Go inside the biggest home in the richest town in America. CNBC cameras take you on a private, VIP tour of "The Ski Home" with the owner and developer.
CNBC's Sharon Epperson reports how some retirees became millionaires from their retirement savings. "Most millionaires are able to accumulate their wealth because they didn't spend it," says Barry Glassman of Glassman Wealth Services.
It’s one of the most exclusive homes in America, but only CNBC's cameras granted access to tour this luxury manse.
Wealthy Chinese are hiring Americans to serve as surrogates for their children, creating a business in "designer" American babies for China's elite.
A proposed settlement in the $300 million estate of heiress Huguette Clark would give more than $30 million to her relatives, most of whom never met her. NBC News reports.
The winner of the NBC's "Million Second Quiz" Andrew Kravis discusses his $2.6 million winnings. Former NFL players Jack Brewer, The Brewer Group, and Tom Freeman, UBS Financial Services, direct Andrew to where he should put his newly won money.
The racehorse market took a spill during the recession and didn't look ready for a comeback. But suddenly, Thoroughbred prices are charging ahead.
Despite the average income in Syria being about $2,600 a year, President Bashar Assad's personal wealth is estimated at $500 million. CNBC's Scott Cohn has the story.
A new census study finds America's economic gap is widening; and have you ever tipped your flight attendant? CNBC's Dominic Chu and Robert Frank discuss.
Investors buying a mutual fund in a taxable account by year-end can get stuck paying taxes on gains they didn't earn.
Senior editor at large Jim Pavia discusses options strategies with Carson Wealth research director Brett Carson.
Growth in target-date funds and robo-advisors has led many to believe there's no point in paying for help.