pabenny wrote:According to this article in The Economist, makers of premium watches are facing a big fall in demand.
http://www.economist.com/news/business/ ... s-try-keep
This may explain some of the discounting recently seen and may also result in a collapse of the valuation of 'investment' watches.
planteria wrote:far be it for me to disagree with the article, but in recent years, during 'tough times', the prices of watches have continued to rise. seen as 'a spread of assets' it makes sense to have one or two nice watches, maybe some gold, rare coins, stamps, art, wine, whisky, and maybe other physical assets which are considered 'Alternative Investments'.
planteria wrote:... in recent years, during 'tough times', the prices of watches have continued to rise...
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