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It's time to create your shopping lists. Here are some great luxury gifts for your friends and relatives. These would also make great gifts for you so give this list to your friends and relatives, showing them what you would like to have for Christmas. Paul Tudor Jones' 14,000 square foot house for only $30 Million. Michael Jordan's 2007 Mercedes McLaren SLR 722 for $430,000. An original Apple I computer. $210,000 . IWC Men's IW504207 Portuguese Tourbillon Mystère Watch Price: $88,800. 12 liter bottle of Vieille Bon Secours beer The most expensive beer in the world for just $1160. Royal Diamond Chess Set This chess set from Charles Hollander is hand made with 9,900 black and white diamonds, in over 1168 grams of 14 carat white gold. Price is $500,000. Dartz Prombron Monaco Red Diamond Edition SUV Includes diamond encrusted speed gauges , gold plated windows, and seats that are made with leather from a male whale's sexual organ. All for only $1,653,800. Elvis Pre

Billionaire Prince Alwaleed bin Talal Bought 1% Interest in GM

General Motors, the big American automobile manufacturer that went bankrupt, was bailed out by the United States government, and just went public again last week, now has a new part owner. Saudi billionaire Prince Alwaleed bin Talal invested $500 million in the company, amounting to a one percent ownership. The Prince bought into the company because of its potential in China and Brazil.

Who Would Buy an Apple Computer for $210,000

An Apple computer just sold for $210,000 at a Christie's auction in London. The computer was an Apple I and included a letter handsigned by Steve Jobs, the co-founder and CEO of Apple. When the computer was first offered in 1976, it sold for $666.66. Only 200 were ever sold. Steve Wozniak, the other co-founder of Apple was at attendance at the auction. The winning bidder was Francesco Boglione, an Italian businessman and collector of antique computers.

Now You Can Buy Bernie Madoffs Underwear

The guy behind the largest Ponzi scheme ever, Bernard Madoff, had a Manhattan penthouse and a Long Island beach-house that was confiscated by the Federal government, both of which were filled with his personal items. Now those personal items will be auctioned off and, if you are the high bidder, you will have the great privilege of owning Bernie's used socks, black velveteen slippers, luggage, T-shirts, and of course, his underpants (he wore boxers, not briefs). The auction will be held on Saturday at the Sheraton New York Hotel & Towers.

Billionaire Ken Fisher Makes Prediction on the Future of California: Will It Go Bankrupt?

Money manager and Forbes columnist, Ken Fisher, who is also a billionaire on the Forbes 400, was interviewed in an extensive interview at the Stockerblog site. He said that in the next couple years, California will suffer major budget issues during the next couple years but will not go bankrupt. But beyond that time frame? Yes, bankruptcy is possible. All his comments about California can be seen at

Paul Tudor Jones House for Sale $30 Million

Hedge fund manager and billionaire Paul Tudor Jones has decided to sell his 14,000 square foot, 11 bedrooms, and 10 bathrooms home for $30 million . The house sits on 6,250 acres of land inhabited by wildlife. The house includes three fire places, library, a basketball court, billiards room, and movie theater.

15,000 square foot Aspen Home bought by Billionaire

J. Christopher Reyes, the co-chair of Reyes Holdings, the largest distributor of beer in the United States, has purchased a 15,000 square foot home on 44 acres in Aspen, Colorado for $31.5 million (originally listed for $60 million). The property came with a horse stable and guest house.