It's been established that we are in a "new norm," and instead of letting uncertainty confound us, we must be proactive and safeguard our wealth from the turbulence.
We are now entering a new norm but instead of letting uncertainty confound us, we must adapt to protect ourselves financially. In this post we will be sharing some investment observations you might find useful during times of economic uncertainty.
In July, the colored diamond market once again demonstrated how well it performs during periods of economic uncertainty!
The month held two large auctions by Christie’s and Sotheby’s respectively, and not only did the results greatly exceed expectations, it provided a resoundingly bullish statement about the future of the diamond industry, especially during a period of unprecedented turmoil.
One of the first lessons we learn as children is that “nothing lasts forever.” The shows we watched, the games we played, the snacks we ate, the toys we had, even our first pets, all taught us that nothing lasts forever.
The "new normal" created by the Coronavirus has ushered in a period of economic uncertainty the world has not seen for many decades. So naturally we realize that, "this too shall pass," as it certainly will. However while we wait, we are wondering about how long it will take, how to protect our wealth during this turbulent period and of course, how to spot investment opportunities that exist during challenging times.
The Coronavirus outbreak has presented governments, business owners, and the rest of us for that matter, with a very significant dilemma...Do we open up the economy but risk the health of the public, or do we keep everything closed and risk the health of the economy?
As the world tries to navigate through the pandemic, there is a raging debate occurring between maintaining health and restarting the economy.
Oil prices, the Coronavirus, and stock market fluctuations have the global financial market in a current state of turmoil. While this is indeed concerning, things always get worse before they get better, as they say. We need to remain calm and positive until all this rolls over. But what you currently might be thinking as investors is “how can I secure my wealth?”
It's March, which means it's the month we celebrate both March Madness and everything green.
So, what better way to celebrate that then to share insight around one of the most famous green basketball ball cards in history, and green diamonds.
Did you know there are common high dollar features between green diamonds and a specific "green basketball investment collectible?" Actually, the green basketball investment collectible is one of the most valuable basketball cards of all time, and is none other than the famous 1997 Michael Jordan Metal Universe Precious Metal Gems Green (PMG) card.
What are these commonalities?
There are quite a few actually. They are both extremely rare, and can reach extremely high value in the right circumstances. But they have something else, a far more “physical” similarity.
Topics: Green diamonds
Scarce. Webster defines it as deficient in quantity or number compared with the demand; not plentiful or abundant. The old cliché says the only thing scarcer than scarce are “hen’s teeth.”
2020 ushers in not only the dawn of a new decade but a significant shift in the supply of the naturally colored diamonds with the closing of the iconic Argyle Mine. The one certainty to expect is that investment portfolios are going to be changing; which raises a question, “how are they going to change?” In this article, we’ll share insight highlighting top alternative investment ideas.