Growth can be defined in multiple ways when it comes to investing. In simple ways, any increase in account value can be considered growth. But in our line of work, growth is usually defined more specifically as capital appreciation, where the price or value of the investment increases over time. Whereas the portfolio management is said to be the art and science of making decisions regarding investment mix and policy, matching investments to objectives, assets allocations for individuals and institutions while balancing risk factors. Therefore, we at Gem Crest Holdings believe in taking a well balanced approach towards maintaining our portfolio while also making it grow.
We further understand that growth can occur over both the short and long term, but significant growth in the short term usually carries a larger degree of risk. We have specialists at GCH who can undermine these risk factors while understanding the various strengths, weakness, growth versus safety, domestic versus international, opportunities and threats etc in order to maximize returns within a calculated risk undertaken. At GCH, we even ensure that our clients can retain their mixed assets which can highlight their risk-return profile.
Diamonds that develop a noticeable body color when viewed in the face up position are known as colored diamonds. Yellow and brown are the most found colored diamond because of which they are most sought after and common as well as affordable diamonds. There are also natural pink, blue, orange, green, red etc colored diamonds. Some of the colored diamonds can be much rare than the colorless ones and even more vivid and therefore, can be expensive than the colorless diamonds depending upon its demand in the market.