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.
Diamond Investment Thesis
A comprehensive overview of the supply and demand factors impacting the diamond market. Highlighting the unique opportunity for nimble, smaller investors to benefit from the commodity supercycle - and subsequently the forecasted strong diamond supercycle.
Creating a Liquid Market for Diamonds
BTIG Cryptoasset Currents explores how Diamond Standard is leveraging blockchain technology and digital tokens as part of its effort to create the first liquid, transparent market for diamonds.Read Industry Report
Diamond Commodity - Initial Returns
A comprehensive analysis of diamond commodity returns relative to the S&P 500 and other precious metals. Data shows historic returns compared to future opportunities for investors.Read Investment Research
Finally, Diamonds are an Institutional Asset
A summary of academic research about diamonds, their return history, and lack of correlation to other assets. Bibliography for analysts with links to dozens of references.Read White paper
The Outlook for Diamond Prices
An analysis of the demand inflection points that are expected to impact the adoption of the Diamond Standard Commodity in the institutional market.Read White paper
Developed by the infographic experts at Bloomberg, a detailed overview of the Diamond Standard Commodities, and their role as a diversified asset.Read More
Diamond Standard Customer Journey
A detailed infographic walking through the creation of a Diamond Standard Commodity.Explore Infographic
A Rare and Timely Opportunity
While treasured for hundreds of years, diamonds are the only top-ranked precious natural resource not commonly held by investors. Diamond Standard is unlocking the value of diamonds as an asset for the first time in the form of a
— just like gold bars.