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
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

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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
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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