Diamonds


A prestigious investment.

Diamonds, like gold, property and shares, count as tangible assets and offer investors a diversification option within the range of tangible investments. However, in contrast to other commodities, anyone wishing to invest in diamonds cannot buy and sell them through an exchange, but must go through professional traders such as jewellers.

The value of a diamond depends on its quality attributes, referred to as the “4 Cs”: cut, clarity, colour and carat. A good cut, the clarity and colour of the gemstone, and its carat all go to determine the price. You should always ensure that a diamond comes with an international certificate of authenticity.

Our collaboration with a prestigious diamond merchant gives our customers access to professional advice and consultation on every aspect of investing in diamonds.

The benefits to you:

  • Worldwide convertibility: alongside gold, diamonds are not correlated with any financial institution, country, or domain. They are very well-established, globally recognized goods.
  • Durability: as the hardest element found, diamonds can withstand almost any environmental situation.
  • Highly prestigious and anonymous
  • Emotional value that lasts for multiple generations

Risks to keep in mind:

  • Diamond prices can fluctuate
  • Investments in foreign currencies can be affected by changes in exchange rates
  • Capital losses are possible

Please note: In addition to the opportunities described, an investment in diamonds also involves risks. Past performance does not enable any reliable conclusions to be drawn about future performance.

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