Blog | Watch Trading Academy - Part 3

A Day in The Life of A Watch Trader

Recently, I had a friend of mine who is an entrepreneur in the multimedia space pitch me on a series for his watch lifestyle channel. It’s titled “A Day in the Life”, and the vision is to give folks both in and outside the industry different perspectives of those involved in the value chain of […]

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How to Get Out of Any Watch

When you’re first starting out in watch trading, it can seem overwhelming and potentially scary. A lot of that comes from the perceived notion that there is a lot of risk. One of the perceived risks I hear from people often is that they’re worried they are going to buy a watch at too high […]

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Breitling Buyers Guide

Like Tag Heuer but want to trade up to an inexpensive Rolex alternative? Breitling, one of the best entry-level brands into appreciating fine timepieces, is a country full of rich history beginning with pocket watches in 1884. Fast-forward to now, they are one of the largest volume boutique timepiece brands in their segment. History Leon […]

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Ulysse Nardin Buyers Guide

Sorry Rolex, but Ulysse Nardin might rule the roost of coolest maritime watches. Whether it’s historic Marine Chronometers or modern, transformative innovations like The Freak, UN is one of the best timepieces brands to own and trade. Let’s get to it. This buyers guide is designed to: Provide an overview of available UN watches Allow […]

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Hublot Big Bang Buyers Guide

Hublot is a watch brand that many associate with young money and style. I consider it the Lamborghini of watches. History The Swiss luxury watchmaker that was founded in 1980 by an Italian, Mr. Carlo Crocco. Hublot is most notably remembered for birthing the “Fusion” concept just a few months after the company was founded. […]

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Watch Selling Tips & Checklist

If you want to sell your timepiece for top-dollar, make sure you take quality pictures and provide details. The more details and photos, the higher price you can command.  The more the pictures seduce the potential buyers, the more attention your watch will grab. QUICK TIPS: You don’t necessarily need a top-of-the-line SLR digital camera […]

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