Diamonds as Investment

Since 1934 prices have increased higher than the rate of inflation thereby protecting the real value of capital. In recent years diamond prices increased during a benign inflationary period. Thereby offering a solid capital protection in addition to capital growth. Diamonds are by far the most concentrated form of storing wealth. They also offer you financial privacy not available elsewhere.

Diamonds require no ongoing management or upkeep. Nor do they draw property taxes or require liability insurance. Unlike other investments a diamond investor has 100 percent direct ownership of a portable tangible asset of proven value.

Unlike other hard money investments, no government stockpiles diamonds and they have no control of or influence over the free market in which diamonds operate. Should an investor so desire, investment grade diamonds can be mounted and worn.

Because the international demand for collectible diamonds greatly exceeds the supply they are easily liquidated anywhere in the world.
Unlike commodities and other investments, diamonds are insulated from the daily fluctuations of the markets and are not as likely to reflect sharp price changes.

Diamonds belong to the mobile real values, there is no doubt. For over 2500 years, diamonds have retained a reputation as being a secure value.
Diamonds have maintained as the strongest currency of the world during financial crises and wars. There was never encroachment by national intervention.

Diamonds are a handy value. Nor other article of value is so secure and easy to hide and offers the advantage of mobility.
Diamonds have the great advantage of anonymity for both the customer and the seller.

Diamonds are the only gemstones worldwide that adhere to international standards.