Warren Buffet: “I never regretted buying diamonds… They are a good investment.”
Protect and increase your wealth
Diamonds have throughout history been used as a medium of capital preservation, wealth accumulation, as well as a hedge against financial and political crisis as we experience right now with increased interest rates and the ongoing conflict between Russia and Ukraine.
Latest data from Bain & Co (Global Trade index – LIPI) combined with research from UK’s leading finance magazine MoneyWeek support the macrotrend on diamonds as an attractive alternative investment asset class. Based on their attractive performance characteristics with;
- Attractive returns – good historical performance with expected solid future price increases (driven by excess demand)
- Low volatility and low correlation (polished diamonds) to main asset classes (inflation hedge characteristics)
As the investment community and proficient investors demand for alternative investments is growing more than ever, especially fancy color diamonds and larger white diamonds may be the last tapped natural resource to turn into a broader financial instrument.
Why Invest in diamonds?
- Diamonds are the best assets to have in case of life changes, or even emergencies. Diamonds can easily be carried on your person, wherever and whenever you may need to go. During the long history of diamonds they have served people as one of the only ways to transport wealth long distances and/or across borders.
- Diamonds are suitable for wealth preservation – help to diversify a private portfolio.
- Diamonds will provide the owner with additional enjoyment and value, besides the monetary gains of the investment.
- Diamonds can be inherited by family members.
- Pink diamonds are described as the preferred high-end investment in 2020 by The Telegraph
- 112% appreciation on fancy colored diamonds over the last 10 years.
- Blue diamonds have performed strongly over the last couple of years with some sizes rising in value by almost 12% annually.
- Pink diamonds have increased more than 400% in value since 2000.