“Watch” How You Accessorize

Rich people wear watches. If you’re trying to get your paper right, get a badass watch and show some fools “what time it is.”

A new survey from Spectrem Group’s Millionaire Corner shows most wealthy investors wear wristwatches (67 percent), with the percentage of wearers increasing with wealth.

Younger investors are less likely to wear a watch, and 79 percent of individuals without one tell time with a cell phone or some form of digital clock.

Other methods include a computer (5 percent), wall clocks (10 percent), and 6 percent “don’t care what time it is.

It’s “time” to get a watch, playa.


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