Due to the illiquidity and real value of diamonds, as well as a typically long-term investment horizon, the diamond market can be characterized as stable in value.
Since the demand for diamonds, especially in Asia, is constantly increasing and this demand is offset by a stagnating supply of diamonds, their prices are rising.
Due to a low correlation to other asset classes and the separate security and insurance measures, diamonds are a robust component in the portfolio.
Weight of the diamond
Color of the diamond
Cut of the diamond
Clarity of the diamond