Warren Buffett, Berkshire Hathaway
Buffett, the "Oracle of Omaha," wears a gold Rolex Day-Date.
Lloyd Blankfein, Goldman Sachs CEO
Reuters/ Lucas Jackson
Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein rocks a Swatch with what appears to be a clear plastic band. Swatch's tend to range between $50 to $245. It's also not exactly the sort of timepiece you'd expect a chief executive of a Wall Street investment bank to wear. Then again, Goldman is "the most hipster" bank on Wall Street.
Jack Bogle, Founder of the Vanguard Group
Reuters/ Tim Shaffer
Investing legend Jack Bogle, the founder of the Vanguard Group, wears a $14 wristwatch he received from a shareholder.
"I received in the mail a wristwatch from a devoted shareholder in California. On the dial were printed our Vanguard logo, my name, and a phrase that was an indication I was still looking out for our shareholders: "Still on Watch." It was also an outrageous pun: "Still on Watch." Confident that it would be my rabbit’s foot, I put the watch on my wrist, where, having proved itself, it remains to this day. (Yes, I knew about the $50 limit on gifts. So I checked the catalog for the price. It was $14. Talk about value!)," he wrote.
Carl Icahn, Icahn Enterprises
Billionaire Carl Icahn, the famed activist investor, appears to wear The A Lange & Sohne Grosse Langematik Gangreserve in this TIME magazine cover from December 2013.
Bond guru Jeff Gundlach, CEO of DoubleLine Capital
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We learned about Jeff Gundlach's watch collection when he had a bunch of his artwork and personal property stolen in 2012. According to the Santa Monica Police Department report, the watches that were stolen included a Glashutte, Breitling, A. Lange & Sohne, TAG Heuer, and a Patek Philippe. We couldn't nail down prices for these specific models, but every one can run in the tens of thousands of dollars or more.
Talk about some serious wrist candy! Fortunately, the DoubleLine Capital CEO brilliantly helped the FBI recover his stolen property.
Tom Steyer, Farallon Capital (retired)
Billionaire retired hedge fund manager Tom Steyer wears a sporty Ironman watch.
Andreas Halvorsen, Viking Global
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The billionaire "Tiger Cub" hedge fund manager also wears a sports watch. We can't tell what the make or model is. Halvorsen runs marathons and competes in triathlons.
James Gorman, Morgan Stanley CEO
Reuters/ Yuri Gripas
Morgan Stanley CEO James Gorman wears what appears to be a stainless steel Rolex Daytona, according to Ben Clymer, the founder of watch site Hodinkee.
Jamie Dimon, JPMorgan Chase CEO
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BONUS: Jamie Dimon doesn't wear a watch! Ever. Apparently, he doesn't care for jewelry.