Is Investing in rare colored diamonds...

Is Investing in rare colored diamonds the new best way to become rich?

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“Freelance Writer”

Since: Dec 11

Vancouver,BC,Canada

#1 Dec 12, 2011
Demand for rare fancy diamonds is growing fast, far outstripping supply. Rising value makes rare colored diamonds a fantastic investment opportunity. A well cut colored diamond is a scintillating combination of unique natural beauty and the art and long experience of the cutter. A Vancouver Company http://RareInvestment.com claims it s nations first colored diamond investment company since 1989.They have been helping lots of investors to benefit from investing coloured Diamonds.

Diamonds come in all colors: yellow, red, green, blue, orange, pink, black and brown. The colors are due to rare events as the diamonds form deep in the earth. While other commodities like gold and silver have a value per gram, the value of diamonds per carat rises exponentially with the size. A four carat diamond is worth 16 times as much as a one carat and a five carat worth 25 times as much. Colored diamonds are a very concentrated store of value. A three gram diamond could easily be worth more than a 100 kilos of gold and it could easily be set in a single piece of jewellery. A fine setting will increase the value.

Colored diamonds are only a thousandth of one percent of all diamonds mined. There have only ever been 20 red diamonds certified as such. Pink Diamonds are highly sought after and rare. The deeper the hue the greater the value. The Argyll mine in Australia produces almost all the world's pink diamonds. The Argyll mine only tendered 55 pink diamonds in 2010 in a single auction. Lot one was a magnificent two carat round brilliant fancy purplish pink named Argyll Mystra. Its depth of color and unparalleled beauty led to much interest from mature markets and emerging Indian and Chinese buyers. The auction set many new records for rare pink fancy diamond prices.

Buying a rare rough colored diamond direct from the mine can represent the best value. Finding the perfect cut to perfectly show off a diamond is a real art. A well cut diamond takes advantage of the gem-cutters eye. Some diamonds have multiple colors. A blue diamond with a hint of pink is a pinkish blue. A fancy vivid pinkish blue diamond sold for $10 million at Sotheby's auction house in 2011, a record price per carat.

Rare Fancy Colored Diamonds have always risen in value. With the rising affluence of China and India demand is skyrocketing and diamonds are shooting up in value. Rare fancy colored diamonds are one of the fastest and best methods to increase your wealth today.
Jon Neale

Basingstoke, UK

#2 Feb 18, 2013
Please contact me via [email protected] if you are interested in investing in Rare Colour Diamonds. I am a Broker for Empire Diamonds Investment Group in central London. Rare Colour Diamonds are a brilliant investment option showing clients an average of 15-25% return per year. in such a secure market, it is difficult to see a reason for not jumping in to the Rare Colour Diamond Market.

I look forward to hearing from you.

Thanks
Jon
[email protected]

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