The Bond Roberts 25 Index: Measuring Cuban Cigars’ Funding Potential
On-line Cuban cigar public sale platform www.BondRoberts.com has launched the primary instalment of the quarterly Bond Roberts 25 Index (BR25), a brand new quarterly metric which measures the public sale efficiency of 25 common manufacturing Cuban cigars over a five-year interval, with base costs decided by the unique Cuban retail pricing for the 25 common manufacturing cigars chosen. Future BR25 releases will embrace options on Restricted Version and Regional Version cigars.
In keeping with Bond Roberts, it’s now attainable to precisely consider Cuban cigar inventory and use the BR25 Index to tell future purchases. Utilizing public sale knowledge from BondRoberts.com’s 2500 public sale outcomes, the primary BR25 instalment lists the Behike 54 as the highest performer with a 199.25% worth improve. The Por Larrañaga Montecarlo is the second high performer with a 181.16% worth improve and the La Gloria Cubana Medallie d’Or No. 4 is the third high performer with a 178.17% worth improve. The highest 5 cigars have a minimal 100% worth improve.
“The worldwide quick provide of latest Behike inventory has resulted in a secondary market worth growth that’s mirrored right here within the Behike 54,” mentioned Bond Roberts Co-Founder Robert Ayala. “Privately held shares are tightly held with little coming to market. This actually offers a possibility to the discerning vendor who believes the timing is correct to dump Behike containers (54 or in any other case) whereas new field provide is little to non-existent.”
“The 2 Por Larrañaga entries within the high 10 is reflective of their worth proposition,” mentioned Bond Roberts’ Co-Founder Rob Fox. “The model is a famend for its growing older traits and the market seems ready to pay a major premium to those that have undertaken the growing older course of for them.”