By Mal Spooner, Pamela Clarke
Assets Rock is an easy-to-read advent to the source region because it gears as much as take off for the 1st time in over 20 years. Readers will how to put money into common source shares, together with diamonds, gold, base metals, oil and fuel, forestry, and fertilizer businesses.
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No longer just round, pear brilliant or emerald shapes. ) • Color (White or colorless gems are the most valuable. Diamonds are also brown, green, pink, orange, blue, black, yellow and—the rarest of all—red. Canadian diamonds tend to have "high color" as they're very white. ) Why is this important information for investors? Because you need to know what type and quality of diamonds the company has unearthed in order to gauge the probability of them being the next De Beers (the world's largest diamond company), or if they'll fade into obscurity and leave you empty-handed.
It's in sharp contrast to the gold or other resources markets. Even if a mine is producing the best quality gold in the world, if the price on the open market drops, the owners could lose a fortune. Many gold mining companies closed down their operations in the past because their production costs ended up being higher than the price they could get for selling the gold in the market. Since the pricing in the diamond market works differently, it makes it easier for stock promoters to get in on the game.
Other diamond-producing countries are decreasing product as mines have been mined out and/or they're just not finding new ones. No new discoveries in Russia, and nothing in Australia since the Argyle Mine in the 1980s. • Canadian mines have to follow strict environmental regulations and high safety standards, a factor that not only makes them better employers, but also should appeal to the growing number of ethical mutual funds. The Risks, The Rewards Diamonds are so incredibly valuable that dozens of companies are willing to invest millions of dollars in searching for them.
Resources Rock: How to Invest in the Next Global Boom in Natural Resources by Mal Spooner, Pamela Clarke