Valuables

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Valuables

Items worth a significant amount of money. Valuables include things like jewelry, high quality furniture, and electronics. Some insurance policies limit coverage on valuables without additional premiums as they can be expensive to replace. Valuables are also called high-ticket items.
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Increased consumer confidence and improved credit terms on high-ticket items contributed to a more than 16 percent increase in auto sales during 2003.
"I would attribute our success to the high-ticket item. I'm not sure we've been doing anything all that different, but we are in an exceptionally good market and those high-ticket items are what have contributed to our sales figures."
As of late July, high-ticket items were reportedly selling very well.
New cars have never been more accessible, tempting buyers away from high-ticket items such as holidays and home improvements.
You'd sell millions of these high-ticket items every year.
Arts and Antiques Magazine: Here are 179,567 upscale, direct mail-responsive subscribers with the discretionary income to purchase high-ticket items. They have a median income of $164,000 and own collections valued, on average, at $135,900.
The purchase of high-ticket items is still seriously limited by the fact that consumer and business loans are scarce.
What the stores in these locations lack in high-ticket items, they make up by selling a larger volume of more modestly priced merchandise that justifies their top ten rents.
It doesn't define out very high-ticket items for patients with HIV or undergoing chemotherapy, or for blood products, nutritional treatments, and antibiotics," says Madigan.
While decline in poundage is of concern, upscale, high-ticket items make up for volume loss as dollar value of market keeps climbing.
Besides these larger, high-ticket items, the gallery also sells smaller objects, such as a $25 box or a $50 turned bowl.
McCormick cites several reasons for these changes: * More emergency and specialty care - high-ticket items - as managed care steers the less ill to outpatient settings.