diamond investment trust


Trust that invests in high quality diamonds. Diamond investment trusts allow investors to invest in diamonds without needing to buy and hold the underlying asset. Shares of these trusts are not actively traded and are less liquid at times when the price of diamonds falls. The first diamond investment trusts were created in the early 1980s by Thomas McKinnon.
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