"Rare Colored Diamonds, The Ultimate Investment..."
Diamonds rise as the yuan dips:
Aug 18, 2015
The Chinese yuan took a surprising dip last week, which had an unexpectedly positive impact on jewelry investment. China's trading volume of diamonds exceeded 43 million carats in the first season of the year and there is no sign of the trend easing anytime soon, although the price of diamonds is increasing. In the international market, the price of white diamonds has increased around 160% in the past 10 years. China is a main contributor, as its consuming amount ranked second in the market. Chinese citizens not only buy diamonds as a luxury, but also hold onto and use them as an investment.
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Investing in Naturally Rare Colored Diamonds:
Diamonds are the smallest, lightest and the most concentrated form of wealth in the world today
They are easy to carry discreetly – and their values keep going up!
Naturally rare colored diamonds are the most valuable gemstones on the planet as determined on a price per carat basis. Exceptionally fine colored diamonds have no fixed price - and as with fine paintings, set rules do not apply. Their true value will be determined when they are sold at auction.
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Investing in rare colored diamonds is a long-term investment. The economic cycles of the past 15 years has seen colored diamonds reach new heights in value as price records were broken(On average, diamond prices have increased by more than 14 % per annum for over 50 years).
Nothing else can match this track record of stable and increasing value …
plus amazing resilience during times of political volatility, social unrest and financial crises.
Diamonds historically have a steady positive capital growth unlike precious metals or shares with material volatility year to year...
20 years ago a 1 carat Fancy Intense Pink Argyle Diamond would have sold for approximately $70,000.00 per carat, today that same diamond would be worth $500,000.00.
In November, 1995 at Sotheby's Auction House in Geneva a 7.37 carat Fancy Intense Purplish Pink Diamond sold for $819,201 per carat.
The highest price ever paid per carat for a colored diamond was $1.3 million per carat. It was a 3.73 carat Fancy Vivid Blue sold at Christies Auction House on May 16, 2008 for $4.95 million.
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