As with all financial investments, the principle of risk distribution applies to investments in precious stones. For this reason, investors should never invest their entire fortune in colored gemstones or diamonds. Instead, prudent savers minimize the risk of losing capital by spreading their assets across different types of investments.
It is just as inadvisable to purchase a single, large gemstone. As a precaution, investors should instead buy multiple gems of different types. For example, the stable performance of rubies can offset the losses in the price of diamonds. In addition, if the gemstone is too large and expensive, there is a risk that it will be difficult to find buyers.
Diamonds, rubies, emeralds and sapphires are the top choices for investing in gemstones.
In addition to protection against economic crises, this form of investment has other advantages, in particular a continuous and long-term increase in value.
You should only buy gemstones with a certificate that recognized institution issues.