Does K-Fed’s Bling Increase in Value?

by James & Miel on November 11, 2006 · 0 comments

I caught an interview with K-Fed yesterday, (thats Kevin Federline, formerly of Brittney Spears and Kevin Federline marriage). In the interview, Kevin alleged that when he buys bling (jewelry, etc.), its value actually goes up.

Here is a quote from his interview with Salon.com. When asked about his jewels, Kevin answered:

My watch game is ridiculous — just jewelry in general. It’s an investment. I bought this [points to his watch], and it’s already gone up in value. All the jewelry I’m wearing has already gone up in value“.

To be sure, the guy likes bling, but can it be that when he buys something, its value actually goes up? People in America worship celebrity, even if the celebrity is someone that we don’t always agree with or approve of, perhaps like Kevin Federline. So, it may in fact be the case that because he has owned the jewelry its value has become associated with his celebrity and has therefore increased. Otherwise, bling usually declines in value and is generally a very poor investment.

Best,

James

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