The Psychology of Investing in Colored Diamonds Roundtable
On September 10th in San Fransisco, an Advisor Roundtable will meet to discuss “The Psychology of Investing in Colored Diamonds”. This certainly looks amazing, so interesting and informative!
Here’s what the roundtable will focus on…
The concept of diamonds as an investment is a phenomena that took root in the convergence of science, technology and commoditization standards during 1979. This was a turning point for diamonds which had served only as a metaphor of love and object of material wealth, that later led to a boom and bust within one year. Learn how the market was driven by using past-performance models of supply-and-demand and the liquidity factor that later became the pin that burst the bubble.
Review the role of auction houses fueling diamond investment strategies of today along with:
- The performance of colored diamonds over the last 35 years
- Erosion of confidence in many financial institutions have renewed diamond investment interest
- Ascertain why certain colored diamonds have real potential for long-term value growth
Alan Bronstein will host the event. He is a consultant in the international rare diamond market who has spent the last 30 years as an expert on values and market conditions. Beginning his career as a diamond broker in 1980, he has collected and is the curator of two diamond collections, the Aurora Pyramid of Hope and the Butterfly of Peace Collection. Mr. Bronstein has also published two books about natural color diamonds, Collecting and Classifying Coloured Diamonds – An Illustrated Study of the Aurora Collection and Forever Brilliant: The Aurora Collection of Colored Diamonds.