12 thoughts on “Old Money Style: The ebook is now available!

  1. It is unlikely that you will be able to sell an article of clothing for as much as you paid for it, and it is very unlikely that you will be able to sell it for more than you paid for it. Therefore clothes are not an investment, they are a depreciating asset. But you and I reach the same conclusion: buy high quality clothing that won’t go out of style so that your asset depreciates as slowly as possible and so that you don’t have to constantly spend more money on more depreciating assets.

  2. I just finished reading my hardcover copy of your new book. Good work, and spot on!

    One quibble: In my circle, the appearance of an expensive watch such as a Rolex immediately identifies its owner as a wannabee rather than the real thing. Really, such a contraption serves only for show (a $200 Seiko is a much better watch), and OMG guys — real ones — don’t think along those lines; they don’t have to. This could be a regional difference, perhaps, as I am a Southerner, and we do some things just a little bit differently than our friends in, say, New York or Boston.

    Again, I think that your new book is excellent, and I would certainly recommend it without hesitation to anyone with an interest in the topic.

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