How Much is a Diamond Worth?
Since 2008, inflation-related asset protection has become increasingly important. A stronger focus on real assets that cannot be increased at will in response to political pressure is unavoidable.
The most popular tangible asset among Germans, real estate, offers a certain protection against inflation, but you have to differentiate between owner-occupied properties and investment properties. It should also be noted that real estate, by its nature, is fungible to a limited extent and the capital commitment period is usually very long. In the long term, however, the so-called “concrete money” will not be affordable for everyone. Here, however, it is important for success to opt for fungible stocks with high
potential for increases in value, even with small amounts. Here the diamond is exactly the right form of material value.
Clients of the customers Kunden Bekommen Werte AG benefit from a wide range of advantages. All diamonds traded in the IDC are of tested first quality, have a certified expertise and a certificate.
Buyers thus become the owners of what is probably the most beautiful and most valuable asset in the world, a real value that they can dispose of at any time – and not just a piece of paper that is exposed to speculation, crises, and political influence.
All diamonds are in physical form, which is confirmed by one of the largest auditing companies in the world.
The ownership of the diamonds is always shown as special assets on the balance sheet.
Last but not least, all of AG’s customers benefit from storage in the open-air warehouse near Geneva. For comparatively low fees, the highest safety standards are guaranteed here, and, if you
wish, Swiss duty, and sales tax exemption apply to the diamonds as long as they are in the warehouse.
Diamonds are now accessible to all investors as the brilliant private pension of the future – thanks to the International Diamonds Contract in Switzerland.
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