Diamond jewelry is a valid investment
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I bought a diamond ring last year on the second hand auction market at a fair cost based on the price of similar goods, partly for the pretty and partly as an alternative investment diversification. Diamonds are a lot easier to price on the second hand market than other fine gems like sapphires and rubies, thanks to the cartel for coming up with the 4Cs. I got to wear it a bunch and it gave me a lot of utils.
Sold it now at a fair cost similar to what others sell for on the second hand market, at a good amount of profit because of inflation bringing up gem prices in general, and even more because of gold prices rising faster than inflation due to geopolitical uncertainty. That was better returns than what I would have gotten just leaving it as cash in the bank, or worse yet, from investing in stocks in the same time period.
Gold earrings have become a completely ordinary decoration for women, but once upon a time it was completely different. But modern men do not want to put up with this state of affairs and try, if not to change the situation dramatically, then at least to reverse it in the direction when a man wearing an earring in his ear will not automatically be classified as a representative of non-traditional sexual orientation or informal movements. But it’s not. mens black diamond earrings looks very brutal and stylish