Diamond Price PerformanceOur trading track record
Below are some examples of our diamond trading track record in a previous offer which was launched in June 2012 and closed in December 2012 after reaching its target investment amount.
|Purchased by PDH at wholesale $ per ct||Price achieved at auction $ per ct||% Increase|
|19.500 Oct 12||23,116 Sothebys-New York Lot no.261 (Dec 12)||18.54%Increase|
|36.000 Jan 13||46,116 Sothebys-Hong Kong Lot No. 1663 (Oct 12)||20.06%Increase|
|7,500 2 Oct 12||15,369 Sothebys-New York Lot No. 158 (Sept 12)||104.92%Increase|
|18,000 Oct 12||15,369 Christies-Hong Kong Lot No. 1730 (Nov !2)||12.78%Increase|
|18,272 Nov 12||24,350 Christies-Hong Kong Lot No. 1730 (Nov !2)||33.26%Increase|
The examples show what the company paid at or below wholesale prices (during 2012) for these various diamonds and what the equivalent diamond achieved at auction.
- The comparisons are like with like using the GIA certificates
- Wholesale price per carat and auction price per carat are shown in US Dollars
Diamonds are a finite resource
All Diamonds (white and fancy coloured) have historically increased in price at an average of 25%+ per annum.