invest in watches

Investing In Watches

Here at Chrononet we understand that the concept of investing in investment grade watches manufactured by Rolex is a different option to that of investing in traditional bank-based products. However, it is a proven investment vehicle dating back to when Rolex began in 1905 with investors experiencing average yearly returns of 17.4% per annum.

This allows investors who prefer capital growth to achieve their financial goals with the peace of mind and security of owning a tangible asset backed commodity. The beauty to investing in a Rolex watch is its simplicity and form of giving you total security whilst delivering not only bank beating investment returns but also providing investors with a safe haven during recessions or uncertain political times.Investors can never experience complete capital loss as Rolex watches are traded worldwide, they form their own currency, in a similar fashion to that of the US Dollar.

Chrononet also introduces novice and experienced investors to the preowned and unworn retail watch investment market providing a fixed rate return of 0.92% per month totalling 11.04% per annum. Please read on to learn more about how you can financially benefit like all existing investors as either a capital growth minded investor or income orientated investor.

• The value of the Rolex Daytona 116520 has almost doubled from 2015-2018
• Rolex GMT Master II Models have grown from 1994-2016 by 231% averaging between 10.05% per year
• The Rolex Submariner 114060 has increased in value from 1994-2016 by 297% averaging yearly growth of 13.5%.
• The Rolex 116610 has grown by 9.1% per annum from 2010 – 2018 with total growth of 73.48%.

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