LONDON — For some, diamonds may be forever, but for a clutch of fund managers here, the precious rocks are more of a short-term bet.
Asprey’s chairman John Rigas and two former Bulgari executives this week will officially unveil an investment fund that aims to make a profit buying and selling fancy colored diamonds, the rarest and most expensive rocks on the market.
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