Market keeps going up, tax cuts are coming, but the rich won't spend more on gifts this year, according to CNBC Millionaire Survey.
Half of American millionaires said their taxes will stay the same in 2018, according to the CNBC Millionaire survey.
The forecasts are the most bearish for stocks since CNBC started its Millionaire Survey in 2014.
CNBC's Robert Frank reveals the results of CNBC's survey on how the wealthy view the economy, markets and politics.
President Donald Trump is losing some of his support among millionaires, who increasingly worry about government dysfunction.
CNBC's Robert Frank looks at the latest results of the CNBC Millionaire Survey to see what the country's richest people think of the U.S. economy.
CNBC's Robert Frank reveals the latest results from CNBC's Millionaire Survey which found half of millionaires believe the economy will be stronger next year.
The CNBC Millionaire's Survey found half of millionaires surveyed say economy will be stronger in 2017. Democrats are more pessimistic.
Millionaire investors are making big bets on the stock and bond markets right now, but experts suspect a questionable motivation: politics.
America’s millionaires are tightening their belts this holiday season, but most may not even know they’re doing it.
CNBC's Robert Frank reads data from CNBC's Millionaire Survey about their recent vote for president.
Millionaire investors were evenly split this election, but nearly two-thirds now say Donald Trump will be good for their investments.
Wealthy Americans are pumped about Trump and are planning major changes to their investment portfolios: CNBC Millionaire Survey.
CNBC's Robert Frank reports the results from the latest CNBC Millionaire Survey with a look at whether President-elect Trump will be good for investments.
Millionaires do not like what they see in the stock market and economy. Their investing outlook shows more fear than confidence.
Millionaire investors said a win by this candidate would be a better investing opportunity.
They may be rich like Donald Trump, but millionaires won't give him their vote, a new survey finds. Margie Omero explains why that's a bad sign.
In CNBC's millionaire survey, 44 percent plan to vote for Hillary Clinton, compared to 31 percent for Trump, but when asked which candidate would be better for the wealthy, the majority said Donald Trump.
CNBC's latest Millionaire Survey finds that millionaires are concerned that their children will be financially worse off.
According to the results from CNBC's exclusive survey, the nation's top earners plan to cast their ballots for Hillary Clinton, but with a large number of undecided voters growing, the outcome isn't so clear, reports CNBC's Robert Frank.