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    Rolex Milgauss 116400 price/volume analysis

    Dear all,

    Welcome to a new and exciting instalment of my Price/Volume analysis.
    One of our gentle members requested some numbers for the 116400 and 116400gv Milgauss models.

    Interestingly, they both grew at the same rate over the period 2011-19, just that the gv was always priced 30% higher, though there are, on average, 50% fewer.

    Prices


    Number of units sold



    Other growth rates:
    - Rolex 14060M = 3% CAGR 2011-18
    - Rolex 5513 = 9% CAGR 2011-18
    - Rolex 16520 = 15% CAGR 2011-18
    - Rolex 116400 = 5.2% CAGR 2011-19
    - Rolex 116400gv = 5.0% CAGR 2011-19


    You can find my other articles here:
    Rolex 14060M analysis: HERE
    Rolex 5513 analysis: HERE
    Rolex 16520 analysis: HERE

    As always, I do this for fun (yes, fun) so before saying something like "You can't generalize any sort of trends based on the sales from one EU forum. The vast majority of these sales are never even advertised. At least scrape a few different forums and attempt to control for condition by using a text mining program!", please take a deep breath and a beer, and enjoy life.

    Thanks!

    G
    Last edited by Galaxia; 12th October 2019 at 12:36.

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    You can't generalize any sort of trends based on the sales from one EU forum.

    ;)
    It's just a matter of time...

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    Chrono24 also have similar charts. Here's the one for the black dial. They have a much larger sample size and history so probably more accurate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Omegamanic View Post
    You can't generalize any sort of trends based on the sales from one EU forum.

    ;)

    Aaaaaah ahahahah - you got my blood boiling until i saw your smiley! Thanks S!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KingKitega View Post
    Chrono24 also have similar charts. Here's the one for the black dial. They have a much larger sample size and history so probably more accurate.
    Interesting - looks like we're getting similar results

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    Quote Originally Posted by Galaxia View Post
    Aaaaaah ahahahah - you got my blood boiling until i saw your smiley! Thanks S!
    :)

    I couldn't help it.
    It's just a matter of time...

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    You must be extremely bored.

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