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  • Norman Rockwell's "Saying Grace" sold on Wednesday for more than $46 million, double its high pre-sale estimate.

  • Even if you have $1.4 million to buy a LaFerrari, you probably can't get it. The supercar's sold out.

  • Ian McKellen and Elijah Wood in a scene from 'Lord of the Rings'

    This week, the largest-known private collection of memorabilia from the Lord of the Rings films will be auctioned in Beverly Hills.

  • Millionaires are feeling better about the economy, but more skeptical of the stock market, according to Spectrem Group's Millionaire Investor Confidence Index.

  • Running back Arian Foster of the Houston Texans in a September game.

    Fantex will launch the largest celebrity IPO in history on a stock exchange that lets fans and investors trade on the value of personal brands.

  • 1964 Ferrari 250 LM sold for $14million during an auction at Sotherby's.

    The "Art of the Automobile" auction held by Sotheby's and RM Auctions surpassed its estimate of $50 million Thursday, when it sold off 31 gleaming vintage cars.

  • Twitter's founders were on hand to launch the company's IPO at the NYSE on Nov. 7, 2013.

    Silicon Valley's suddenly wealthy won't be doing mutual funds and muni bonds. Start-up millionaires just don't do "traditional" when it comes to investing.

  • The NYSE and iBillionaire have launched the iBillionaire Index, which tracks the blue-chip stock holdings of leading billionaire investors.

  • Pablo Picasso's "Tete" at Christie's in New York.

    Lackluster sales at a recent Christie's auction may not be a sign that the frothy art market is finally breaking down.

  • While the wealthy don't show any signs of worrying about the effects of tighter money, they should be, according to economist Marc Faber.

  • Demand for fine art is thriving, but it is the priciest works that are attracting most interest, as a number of paintings sold for millions of dollars at the Frieze Masters art fair in London.

  • The oval white diamond that was auctioned Monday.

    Diamond prices keep breaking records. The latest is a 118-carat, flawless D-diamond auctioned by Sotheby's for $30.6 million.

  • 1914 Moet & Chandon Grand Vintage Collection

    Will there be a price bubble for bubbly? We'll soon find out when a 99-year-old bottle of Moët Champagne is sold at Sotheby's.

  • Jay-Z

    When Jay Z starts rapping about Basquiat and Art Basel, is it time to think we've reached the top of an art bubble? At least one observer thinks so.

  • 1966 AAR Gurney-Weslake Eagle Mk 1

    This year's Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance, which runs through Sunday, is expected to set an all-time sales record. Here's a look at the cars that might snag the new record.

  • Valuing diamonds and the broader diamond "market" is virtually impossible. That makes diamond investing a risky venture best left to insiders and seasoned professionals.

  • Warren Buffett

    Billionaire Warren Buffett is auctioning off an all-you-eat tour of the See's Candy factory in California to benefit an education nonprofit.

  • A new survey shows that a majority of families worth $30 million or more are focused on growth rather than preserving capital. That's up from last year's rate of 47 percent.

  • A 1954 Mercedes Benz Formula One racer just became the most expensive car ever sold at auction, having fetched $29 million.

  • Christie's is auctioning off an original Apple-1 computer owned by Ted Perry as part of its First Bytes: Iconic Technology from the Twentieth Century, an online auction of vintage tech products.

    The price of an Apple-1 computer sold at auction marks a huge increase from its 1976 sale price and shows how rare, highly prized vintage electronics are becoming a class of collectibles.