Timeless Fortune: 5 Rolex Watches Which Makes A Brilliant Investment

Would you agree with me if I say that watches are excellent investments? When you ask people about what kind of investment they prefer, most would probably talk about gold, diamonds, and real estate.

Most of us don’t know that signature watches are also good investment pieces as their value increases over time. According to a survey, Rolex watches topped the most collected and most invested watch brand among jewelers and brand watch collectors.

So, let’s talk about Rolex watches as investments. Let’s take a view of the best Rolex watches to infuse in 2019 and discover which of them holds the best value.

Rolex Day-Date

The Rolex Day-Date watch was tagged as the most popular Rolex watch. This type of wristwatch showcases a streamlined and light appearance which a lot of buyers and collectors appreciate upon acquisition.

It comprises an 18ct gold which makes it a substantial investment even on resale values. It also has practical functionality and timeless style that appeals to everyone who loves to look classic yet elegant.

Rolex Submariner

When it comes to topping the popularity of Rolex brand watches, you’ll never go wrong with Rolex Submariner. It arrays a sporty, durable, handsome, and sleek appearance. It’s also equipped with 300 meters water resistant function.

Besides, it is the most coveted watch for all shoppers because of its rugged durability and quality.  When you ask a watch collector what Rolex watch does he prefers to buy, probably he ’ll have said the Rolex Submariner.

Rolex Yacht-Master

Talking about an exquisite, enticing blend of appearance, the Rolex Yacht-Master renders an elegant vibe. This kind of watches appeals to many because of its various sizes that fit every women and man alike.

The Rolex Yacht-Master would be identified easily among these five watches because they have bold numbers and large hands. So, it’s easy to read and visible in all challenging situations such as reading the time in a darker place.

Lastly, these watches are made with total quality and built so they can last for a more extended period compared to other signature watches, they hold an incredible investment value. It’s robustness, and timeless appearance also captures the heart of every watch lovers.

Rolex GMT-Master

The Rolex  GMT-Master is every pilot’s best friend. It’s always on-demand because most people who work in aviation purchase and has this watch. It is made with a 24-hour hand rotating in advanced bezels which allows every user to read three distinct time zones simultaneously.

Aside from its obvious usage, this offers an elegant aesthetic look especially when you pair it with casual or formal attire. Its sophisticated design makes every potential buyer look and chases this watch.

Rolex Daytona

The Rolex Daytona offers a state-of-the-art watch item. It is named to honor America’s automobile racing capital which is Daytona. It pitches unique looks inspired from sub-dials in trio racing.

Besides, it is a watch the performs best talking about performance,  luxury, and price speed. These are mostly worn by celebrities which ideally gives enough reason why it’s also a good watch investment. On the other hand, you have to bear in mind that although these watches are remarkable investments, they aren’t immune to wear and tear dangers. For Rolex watch repair visit to guide you in taking care of your Rolex watch.


A Rolex watch may be a good investment, but the same as investing in other types of wealth, it takes a lot of expertise so you’ll be able to make real money. Also, they are a good brand choice. However, they’re not a magic ticket which automatically generates money.

Try choosing a Rolex watch that appeals to you best. Once you’ve got into investing in Rolex watches, your odds of gaining a profit by the time you sell it will surely go in your favor.

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Catholic Archdiocese of Chicago has $100 Million Worth of Fossil Fuel Investments

The “Green” Pope Francis seems to be a bit of a hypocrite when it comes to the Catholic Church’s investment in fossil fuels. His push to impact climate change appears to apply to everyone but the Catholic Church.

Richard Valdmanis from Reuters reports:

[S]ome of the largest American Catholic organizations have millions of dollars invested in energy companies, from hydraulic fracturing firms to oil sands producers, according to their own disclosures, through many portfolios intended to fund church operations and pay clergy salaries.

This discrepancy between the church’s leadership and its financial activities in the United States has prompted at least one significant review of investments. The Archdiocese of Chicago, America’s third largest by Catholic population, told Reuters it will reexamine its more than $100 million worth of fossil fuel investments.

“We are beginning to evaluate the implications of the encyclical across multiple areas, including investments and also including areas such as energy usage and building materials,” Betsy Bohlen, chief operating officer for the Archdiocese, said in an email.

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Dioceses covering Boston, Rockville Centre on Long Island, Baltimore, Toledo, and much of Minnesota have all reported millions of dollars in holdings in oil and gas stocks in recent years, according to documents reviewed by Reuters.

The holdings tend to make up between 5 and 10 percent of the dioceses’ overall equities investments, similar to the 7.1 percent weighting of energy companies on the S&P 500 index, according to the documents.

The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops’ guidelines on ethical investing warn Catholics and Catholic institutions against investing in companies related to abortion, contraception, pornography, tobacco, and war, but do not suggest avoiding energy stocks.

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Will all Catholic churches, schools, hospitals and related organizations stop using fossil fuels to save the planet?

It would seem that Pope Francis has yet to walk the walk but he is good at talking the talk. To meet Pope Francis’ encyclical it would be necessary to, as Jesus did, shed all the trapping of fossil fuels.

I wonder if fossil fuels were used to cook the last supper?