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Rising political anger against the rich, along with a push to tax them more, may cause the rich to stop buying high-profile luxury goods, according to financial analysts. Could that hurt luxury stocks?
Increasingly frequent auctions for high-end handbags have begun to set records. A Hermes Birkin sold last year for $203,150; blue crocodile version at the same auction sold for $113,525.
Demand among affluent buyers for apartments built before World War II, with their high ceilings and almost floor-to-ceiling windows is outstripping supply, for the simple reason that so few survived the war.
Analysts are hailing the beginnings of a recovery in the nation’s housing market. But to beleaguered homeowners, it will not feel like much of one for many months to come, the New York Times reports.
Italy's need for revenue has reached the mega-yacht world, as authorities board yachts in search of tax dodgers.
While housing prices across the United States are still well below pre-crisis peaks, the very top of the Manhattan home market continues to shatter price records.
A new study shows the wealthy give a smaller percentage of their income to charity than the middle class.
Money management is more than an asset allocation plan. It should also include a written game plan for protecting your wealth from impostors.
A new site called "The Rich Kids of Instagram" is sparking debate over how much wealthy kids should share online.
Romney’s choice of Paul Ryan solidifies the Republican belief that successful job creators and smart risk-takers should be encouraged rather than taxed.
The same problems that plagued the foreclosure process are now emerging in the debt collection practices of credit card companies. The New York Times reports.
With this kind of medical history, any other man of 83 might simply enjoy his success. But not John Bogle. He is still on a mission, as outspoken as ever and nearly as vigorous — thanks, he says, to the heart of a younger man. He’s not done yet, reports the NY Times.
TrueCar.com, an automotive information website, conducted a study of the most popular vehicles in the most affluent zip codes. Check out what they found.
Without a broad agreement by lawmakers a series of automatic tax increases will take effect next year. Here’s what some affluent investors are doing to prepare. The NYT reports.
The Facebook co-founder who renounced his U.S. citizenship has an estimated net worth of $2.2 billion.
The wealthy are often the “first in and first out” of recessions, taking the initial risk and seeing the earliest signs of light, but the volatility of the markets has the ultra wealthy
Who are some of these white collar fugitives and what did they do to attract the FBI’s attention? Find out.
For those who can afford the $1,600 fare, getting to the Olympics means a quick ride on a yacht up the Thames.
A growing number of the world’s wealthiest are investing in famous works of art, rare collectibles and wine — creating opportunity for bigger theft, too.
Lower mortgage rates help all homeowners, but those with the highest monthly payments benefit most, and can afford to refinance repeatedly.
Advisors recommend you reassess your financial plan after major life events to ensure you are shielded from financial curveballs.
MarketCounsel's Brian Hamburger points to the parts of the SEC's Form ADV that help consumers find a financial advisor.
More Americans are working past retirement age, either by necessity or choice—or, increasingly, a combination of both.