Why Invest In Pink Diamonds
Growth & Diversification
Average 12.1% annual growth since 2005
Uncorrelated from traditional financial markets
Pink diamonds have experienced a strong history of long-term growth. Where other investments, including gold, have seen price drops; pink diamonds have seen consistent growth, even during periods of great financial uncertainty. Crucially, they are also uncorrelated to traditional financial markets. Adding them to your portfolio can be the perfect diversification for a truely range of investments.
Supply & Demand Rinto Tinto’s Argyle mine, source of 90% of the world’s pink diamonds is scheduled for closure in 2021. There is increasing demand from developing markets. Like all assets, pink diamonds are driven by the laws of supply and demand. By chance of nature over 90% of the world’s pink diamond supply is mined from one single source: Rio Tinto’s Argyle Mine in Western Australia. This mine has been open since 1985 and is scheduled to cease all mining operations in 2021. As with all mines, supply is moving towards exhaustion and what little remains becomes increasingly uneconomical to extract. Meanwhile, demand continues to grow from developing markets such as China and India, giving you the opportunity to capitalise on exceptional potential returns in the medium to long term.
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