How to buy and sell diamonds?

  • Which collection of diamonds is the best investment?
  • How can you be sure of the saleability?
  • How does the selling process of diamonds work?

Diamonds are forever. Or not? After, all, to buy diamonds is an investment. And to sell your diamonds is very interesting. Over the past decades, they practically did not decrease in value. And that’s what makes diamonds so attractive for investors.

The percentage of investment diamonds, however, is less than 2% of the total amount of diamonds dug. Investment diamonds have to meet several important criteria regarding carat, clarity and colour. Educate yourself enough to prevent common mistakes when you buy diamonds. BAUNAT DIAMONDS always recommends to invest in diamonds that are rare, but for which there is sufficient market demand. Thus, when you want to buy diamonds as an investment, you are practically sure of their later saleability.

To buy diamonds is a long term investment and can be included in the investment portfolio.  No more than 33% of the investment portfolio may exist of diamonds. Are you having a first taste of investing in diamonds, then it is better to start with only a few diamonds.

Selling investment diamonds differs from selling other diamonds, as the sentimental value is subordinate to the potential profit. There arises an interaction between the investors and the buyers as well as the investment consultant, who acts as a middleman and risk manager. The consultant advises, but the final decision is made by the investor. Before treading on this unknown territory, ask yourself if investing in diamonds is really something for you.

Are you convinced of the advantages of investing in diamonds and do you want to buy diamonds yourself? Then the moment of purchase and company where you purchase from are very important to make a good deal. This counts for selling diamonds as well. To assess this correctly, knowledge is crucial. Therefore, do not hesitate to contact us and let yourself be assisted by our experts.

Author: Inge De Wee

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