Which diamonds are suitable for investment?
1. Which diamonds are suited for asset protection?
The possible purchase of diamonds for reasons of assets protection is reasonable if financial liquid capital of at least $5,000 exists so that the basic requirements of quality and size can be fulfilled. These requirements are absolutely necessary for diamonds that shall serve assets protection. The most important criteria of a diamond's suitability for assets protection are compiled here
2. Which forms and qualities are especially good for assets protection?
According to our decade-long experience, diamonds with outstanding quality are especially suitable for sustainable assets' protection, as the best always retains its value. This is true for the diamonds' color as well as their clarity. Suitable diamonds should have a brilliant cut, which is a round cut with 56 facets. This classic amongst diamond cuts is widely spread (over 95% of all diamonds). For this cut, the most detailed standards of quality control apply. It is the highest ranked cut of traditional forms. It is equally important that the brilliant's cut is excellent.
3. Does it make sense to invest in rarities?
Rarities are diamonds ranging from D color to F color with a clarity from IF to VVS2, Excellent cut, Excellent Polish, Excellent symmetry with no fluorescence with a GIA report. These diamonds are sold at collector's prices that lie distinctly above those of lower grade colorless diamonds. For assets protection purposes, these stones can only be taken into consideration for investment portfolios. As with all collector's items, tangibility is limited.
4. Is it reasonable to invest in cut diamonds?
Single stones starting with a size of .30ct and ringing in size up to 10+ Carats, these diamonds are being sold for premium prices. Detailed certificates about quality criteria, as it is the case with cut diamonds. Therefore, the determination of value depends on the Cut, Color, Clarity, Color and the GIA certification.