The diamond as an investment
Prices for high quality diamonds are rising continuously as a reflection of the insecurity within the stock markets. Investments in physical assets like gold, platinum or silver have repeatedly confirmed over a long period of time, that only investments in physical assets are real assets.
Diamonds are an exceptional form of security for old age and an ideal capital investment. Colour, clarity, carat and cut determine the value of a diamond. We would be happy to advise you personally on the quality and possibilities.
We can compile an investment package to suit your individual requirements. Banks have also shown an interest in our investment concept and made investments. Make a rewarding investment by investing in diamonds now with Junghans Group. We look forward to your call. We would be happy to provide you with detailed information and explain our services to you.
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Diamond prices have increased ten times since 1960
According to a current study, the diamond price of a high-quality, one-carat diamond doubles approximately every seven years, statistically speaking. An impeccable white and flawless diamond of one carat in weight cost about 2.700 US Dollars from a wholesaler in 1960. Today, a price of around over 30.000 US dollars can be obtained for a stone of the same quality. There is a similar tendency for half-carat diamonds where the diamond price has also increased ten times and good half-carat diamonds can now cost 3.800 US dollars. The price development of two-carat diamonds is completely different, here the price has risen twenty times since 1960 and there are very good future prospects for this weight of diamond.
Diamond Market History and Future
From July 2017, the diamond market reacted only to a limited extent to the politically unstable situation, only massively in Europe. The markets in Asia remained completely unaffected by this and the price development remained restrictive and unaffected by the political events and very stable. As a result of this development, the global market for rough and cut diamonds got off to a very promising start to 2018 in Tel Aviv at the beginning of 2018, while the 2017 and 2018 financial years were highly volatile. The Rapaport price was the price index for cut diamonds, and the ATEC price was the price index for raw and diamonds, so they are independent of global and political climate. In contrast to the other markets, the diamond market holds its own very well and reacts with expansion. From the beginning of November 2017 to the end of January 2018 it was found that with a cumulative and increasing price development compared to the DAX and the NYSE of almost 6.5% compared to the previous year, the diamond index has developed very positively.