A CNBC survey found the rich wonder if an inheritance might stifle kids' drive, how much to leave and whether to discuss a coming windfall.» Read More
Republicans and Democrats may not agree on much, but when it comes to investing, they both love financial stocks and are dumping technology.
Millionaires plan to leave the majority of their wealth to their kids, giving less than 10 percent to charity, according to CNBC Millionaire Survey.
A majority of millionaires polled by CNBC describe themselves as middle class or upper-middle class, a survey finds.
CNBC's Robert Frank takes a look at the third installment of CNBC's "Millionaire Survey" to see how Hillary Clinton measures up to other president hopefuls from both parties.
Who's your choice for president in 2016? Take this quiz.
In a head-to-head runoff, Hillary Clinton would win the 2016 presidential election over Jeb Bush, a CNBC Millionaire Survey reveals.
Surprisingly, millionaires are an ally in the minimum-wage battle to pay America's working poor more, according to a recent survey.
US millionaires with at least $1 million in investable assets expect bigger returns on their investments and economic growth next year.
Rich Americans have a bullish outlook on the stock market for 2015, and they are placing their biggest bets on a few key stocks and sectors.
Millionaires love a certain stock that fits in your pocket, but overall are surprisingly conservative investors, a CNBC survey reveals.
CNBC's Robert Frank discusses if America's millionaires are bullish on the U.S. stock markets and optimistic about the broader economy.
CNBC's Robert Frank reveals the result of a recent survey which shows Hillary Clinton as the top presidential choice for the 2016 election. Also Ken Langone explains why he is backs New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie.
CNBC's second Millionaire Survey reveals that Hillary Clinton is a top choice for president in the 2016 election. Jeb Bush comes in second.
American millionaires are more confident about the US economy than they were six months ago, according to the CNBC Millionaire Survey.
The CNBC Millionaire Survey reveals some surprising things about affluent Americans. Think you think like they do? Find out with this quiz.
Forget the Lexus or Mercedes. Most of today’s millionaires plan to pay for gift cards, travel and parties, according to the CNBC Millionaire Survey.
Consumer advocate Ralph Nader, shares his opinions on CNBC's Millionaire Survey, and how the rich became wealthy.
CNBC's Robert Frank and Steve Liesman asked participants of both CNBC's Millionaire Survey and All-America Survey how they think about wealth and poverty.
CNBC's Robert Frank reveals where participants of the CNBC Millionaire Survey are from and how they made their money.
The rich plan to spend more in 2014. On their wish list: Vacations, home improvement and cars. Fashion and collectibles are not as coveted.
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