Paul Newman, wearing his Rolex “Big Red” Daytona, seen with his daughter Clea, circa 1984. His 1968 Rolex Daytona was sold at auction for US$15.5 million. Photo: Phillips
Paul Newman, wearing his Rolex “Big Red” Daytona, seen with his daughter Clea, circa 1984. His 1968 Rolex Daytona was sold at auction for US$15.5 million. Photo: Phillips
Timepieces

Did you know investing in a Rolex could make you US$700,000 richer? Watches could give the stock market a run for its money – but only if you don’t treat it like a hobby, say experts

The Patek Philippe Grandmaster Chime – the world’s most expensive watch – sold via Christie’s for US$31 million while a US Air Force vet sold a Rolex Daytona for 2,000 times its original price this year

Paul Newman, wearing his Rolex “Big Red” Daytona, seen with his daughter Clea, circa 1984. His 1968 Rolex Daytona was sold at auction for US$15.5 million. Photo: Phillips
Paul Newman, wearing his Rolex “Big Red” Daytona, seen with his daughter Clea, circa 1984. His 1968 Rolex Daytona was sold at auction for US$15.5 million. Photo: Phillips
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