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A millennial entrepreneur who runs a high-end watch retailer explains why now is the time to invest in watches - and which timepieces are the most valuable

7 monthes ago   |   By Business Insider

Avi Hiaeve, a millennial who owns the high-end watch retailer Avi & Co. , spoke with Business Insider about the future of the watch industry and the value of investing in luxury watches.
Wealthy people are increasingly placing their money into " real assets " such as artwork, real estate, and luxury items.
The luxury industry is expected to go through a major shakeup, though some sectors are already showing signs of recovery .
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