Price History
Diamonds vs. Gold vs. Silver

Historically, diamonds have had a low or negative correlation to stocks, bonds and other commodities including gold and silver, largely because diamonds had no institutional demand. Since mid 2018, diamonds were left out of the global macrocycle. Today, the diamond commodity provides effective diversification for any portfolio.




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Source: Bloomberg and Polished Prices

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