The current status of the global economy has taught us that uncertainty has resulted in an increase in the number of volatile investment options.
Alternative investments, such as natural gemstones, have experienced a renaissance as a result of these high-risk investment tactics, which is not surprising given that they have been utilized as a manner of storing wealth for more than 5,000 years.
The amount of natural gemstones available on the market is restricted. There will be no more because a gemstone takes millions of years to form naturally.
Many of the world's large producing mines have already been mined out or are on their way to being mined out. Even if additional discoveries are made, they are limited supplies that will eventually run out. Demand will rise as the world's population grows and markets like China developing a understanding for these valuable stones. Natural gemstones will only increase in value in the future, in our opinion.
Although there are often fast profit possibilities with individual gemstones, these natural products should always be regarded as long-term investments of at least 5 to 10 years.
The answer is straightforward and can be found when looking into the past: it is always the same stones that are familiar to practically everyone and which have been worn by royals.
Rubies, sapphires, emeralds and diamonds.
A combination of two factors determine the value of a gemstone!
Since we are a specialised in sapphires we would like to focus on this gemstone as here we are able to offer the greatest opportunity to you.
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Gemstones steadily increase in value over time. They are thus suitable for long-term investment and complement other investment types.
Rubies, sapphires, and emeralds have been treasured and traded globally for over 5000 years, according to history and are probably the safest to invest to.
We encourage considering gemstones of the highest quality for investment purposes. Within your budget, favour smaller, but purer and more scintillant stones.
The considered sapphire should have a certificate and valuation from an independent world-wide recognised gemmological institute. (i.e. SSEF, DSEF, GRS or GIA).
The sapphire you consider should attract you and convince you by its appearance. First of all you will enjoy looking at it but also because attractive gemstones are easier to liquidise again when required.