RareColoredDiamonds.com Launches Historical Price Tracking System

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RareColoredDiamonds.com is excited to launch the Rare Colored Diamonds Historical Price Tracking System, which can be used to compare various rare colored diamonds by the price per carat over the past 3 decades. This is the first application ever developed for comparing historical values of rare colored diamonds over time.

The Rare Colored Diamonds website is hands down the best medium for selling colored diamonds I have ever used. In all my years I have never been able to interact with my customers in such a way. I'm very proud of the new Rare Colored Diamonds Historical Price Tracking System as I have never seen such a tool available for prospective diamond investors.

RareColoredDiamonds.com is excited to launch the Rare Colored Diamonds Historical Price Tracking System. Launched on December 18, 2008, the Rare Colored Diamonds Historical Price Tracking System allows investors to compare various rare colored diamonds by the price per carat over the past 3 decades. Using this data, the Rare Colored Diamonds Historical Price Tracking System can then show future price predictions based on past growth and rate of inflation. This is the first application ever developed for comparing historical values of rare colored diamonds over time.

The Rare Colored Diamonds Historical Price Tracking System is intuitive and easy-to-use. Simply select the colors of the diamonds to compare, and the data automatically populates itself in the graph. The average price per carat runs along the right side of the graph, while the years of data is shown along the bottom. Each marker on the graph represents a sale of the selected diamond from auctions or private sales throughout the years.

Relentless Technology, an Internet marketing and web development company based in Vancouver, BC worked together with Harold Seigel to develop the RareColoredDiamonds.com website. Through innovative and unique marketing strategies, RareColoredDiamonds.com has brought diamond investment to a global audience on the Internet.

President of Relentless Technology, Craig Hauptman says, "One thing we wanted to do for RareColoredDiamonds.com is create a visual representation of historical diamond sale prices, so investors could clearly understand the security and consistent growth of rare colored diamonds from an investment perspective. As a marketing boutique, it's our job to find creative and innovative ways to communicate clearly to our clients' target audience. The hardest part of this project was researching the sale prices of rare colored diamonds that are traded in an exclusive and often secretive market. Without Harold Seigel's trusted contacts within the industry, we would have never been able to source the data for this application."

Harold Seigel, President of RareColoredDiamonds.com adds, "The Rare Colored Diamonds website is hands down the best medium for selling colored diamonds I have ever used. In all my years I have never been able to interact with my customers in such a way. I'm very proud of the new Rare Colored Diamonds Historical Price Tracking System as I have never seen such a tool available for prospective diamond investors."

The original RareColoredDiamonds.com website was launched in February 2007 and almost immediately began to generate interest for diamonds for investment as well as colored diamonds as fancy jewelry. The website traffic is generated largely from Relentless Technology geographically targeting would-be diamond seekers through online promotion and search engine optimization.

Investing in colored diamonds is a long-term investment. As the world economy goes through dramatic cycles over the years, it's important to analyze the value of rare colored diamonds, especially over long periods of time. With proper investment, rare colored diamonds can prove to be a very lucrative and solid investment when compared to other more volatile investments. For example, in 1990 a one-carat Fancy Intense Internally Flawless Pink Diamond would have sold for approximately $60,000 a carat, whereas today that same diamond would be worth $350,000. Please visit RareColoredDiamonds.com for more information on investing in rare colored diamonds.

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