GTI Hard Asset

GTI hard asset portfolip development. Tangible assets that you control.

Growing Your Portfolio

GTI is a commodities brokerage that is committed to becoming a leading provider of precious gemstones in the global market. Our GTI specialists work with our clients to diversify their financial portfolios through the acquisition of precious gemstones.

The GTI approach is to educate our clients with the history and knowledge of their portfolio acquisition within the marketplace. As a tangible asset, precious gemstones are an integral addition to a successful financial portfolio. We always keep clients informed on their holdings with reporting new developments in the world of precious gemstones as part of the continuing client education process.

Through GTI’s guidance, expertise and long standing trade relationship, our clients receive the highest quality product at aggressive market pricing. We always have a third party certification for all acquisitions and guarantee the soundness of all purchases. GTI is dedicated in sharing the world of precious gemstones with our clients.

The GTI Commitment

Education

Our continued guidance program from our specialists insures that you have access to the latest report on your asset.

Certification

We offer diamonds and precious gemstones that are graded by the GIA, and other independent certified organizations.

Satisfaction

We have a 15 day money back guarantee. We maintain an unparalleled standard of service with guidance through every step of the process.

Interesting Facts

$6.03 Million

Sotheby's Auction House in Geneva sold a 7.37 carat Fancy Intense Purplish Pink Diamond for $819,201 per carat.

$4.95 Million

The highest price ever paid per carat for a colored diamond was $1.3 million per carat. It was a 3.73 carat Fancy Vivid Blue sold at Christies Auction House on May 16, 2008 for $4.95 million.

$230 Billion

Worldwide demand for diamonds has never been stronger. KPMG foresees a growth of total revenues from 185 billion USD in 2010 to 230 billion USD in 2015.

Why Precious Gemstones?

Many financial advisors recommend that investors place 10 to 20 % of their investments in tangible assets as a hedge against inflation and economic uncertainty. Along with precious metals, rare art and antiques, precious gemstones are a mid to long term investment. As the worlds most concentrated form of wealth, precious gemstones are drawing in investors who are looking to diversify their portfolio with hard assets. In the last 20 years, demand for precious gemstones have increased significantly and they have performed better then all other hard assets. They are durable, portable, and have an infinite shelf life. As supply is diminishing and demand is increasing, precious gemstones will continue to perform well and are breaking records every year.