Investing in Love Has Great Returns When This Valentine's Day's Gift Is a Pink Diamond

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"This Valentine’s Day, give her a gift that is truly one in a million. If every gift you had ever bought her in the past was appreciating in value the way Pink Diamonds are, you would be much wealthier today," explains Elite Diams Director, Fabien Tref.

Natural Pink Diamonds of investment grade went up 35% in the past 6 months alone!

Investment grade Natural Colored Diamonds have increased in value every single year since they have been actively tracked back in the 1970’s by a minimum of 11% per annum. Natural Pink Diamonds of investment grade went up 35% in the past 6 months alone!

Elite Diams Director, Fabien Tref explains: "Investment grade Natural Colored Diamonds have increased in value every single year since they have been actively tracked back in the 1970s by a minimum of 11% per annum. When it comes to 'Pinks,' being rarer and more desirable, those facts are only exponentially amplified; indeed Natural Pink Diamonds of investment grade went up 35% in the past 6 months alone!"

Tref states, "Once only available to royalty, Natural Pink Diamonds are so rare that most jewelers will never have one on display. Within the luxury market, people want something unique nowadays. Natural Colored Diamonds are like Picassos, each one is rare and truly one of a kind. While most buyers in the past have been drawn to Pink Diamonds for their sheer beauty, more people are being educated to the fact that Pink Diamonds are a great store of wealth, a hedge against market volatility and looking at them as an investment, one of the few that can actually be enjoyed while its value rises.”

“Exactly what gives a Pink Diamond its color is largely unknown and the subject of ongoing debate, but it's this intrigue that adds a romantic mystery to each stone. It is thought that Pink Diamonds obtain their color as a result of pressure beneath the Earth’s surface during diamond formation up to three billion years ago. As pressure raises the diamond closer to the surface, it is believed that its structure becomes altered, thus absorbing light and producing color. What is known is that from one hundred miles deep within the Earth’s surface comes the natural treasure that is the Pink Diamond. It is so remarkable that nothing compares to its color and brilliance,” explains Fabien.

“More than 90 percent of the world's Pink Diamonds come from Rio Tinto's Argyle Mine in Western Australia. Supply is estimated to be depleted by 2019, at which point the mine will close, making Pink Diamonds up to 50 times more valuable than an equivalent colorless diamond.

"Although supplying over ninety percent of the world’s pink diamonds, astonishingly, if you were to gather the entire production of Pink Diamonds over half a carat from the Argyle mine, it would fit in the palm of your hand,” Fabien states.

“They are highly sought after by investors, jewelers and their customers, celebrities, and diamond aficionados. They are prized by all who possess them and revered for their unique provenance, intrinsic beauty and extreme rarity,” says Fabien.

“It’s not just women enjoying these beautiful stones, the lack of supply has added value to Pink Diamonds and we have seen an increased number of men purchasing ‘Pinks’ as a financial rather than an emotional investment,” Fabien said.

Elite Diams based in Naples, FL is offering its clients very personalized and professional services in the diversification of wealth through investment grade natural colored diamonds.

If you would like to schedule an interview please contact:
Shayne Faerber
Tel. (239) 304-6448
Email: sfaerber(at)elitediams(dot)com
http://www.EliteDiams.com

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