Investment diamonds and stocks don’t have much in common. Both diamonds and stocks have the potential to generate substantial returns on investment, but other than that, they have many differences that need to be considered before choosing which investment is more appropriate for you.
When you invest in diamonds, you are buying tangible assets that will be in your possession. Color diamonds’ scarcity and the widening gap between supply and demand are what will drive prices high and provide high returns on your investment.
When you buy shares of stock, you invest in a company. Regardless of the business scope of the company, be it manufacturing, service provider or any other industry, your shares of stock get you a cut of the profit (if there is profit).