It was the beginning of March 2020, when I traveled to the beautiful principality of Liechtenstein. Right before the crisis and back to the early spring days, the sky was bright blue, and there was still snow on the mountain peaks. Liechtenstein happens to be one of the safest and wealthiest places in the world. The Prince of Liechtenstein reigns it, and the security houses store many exclusive precious collectibles and outstanding items of value from all around the world.
The signs of prosperity and innovation can't be missed. All over one of the tiniest countries of the world, there is a high level of comfort and technology. Rush is not appreciated in public life nor business. Digital displays along the street inform over actual news concerning the health and the novel coronavirus. Health is clearly in the focus of the well- planning inhabitants. The Dutch honorarium consul explains to me his country of residence, demanding respect with his soft voice.
My client shows me his paintings collection in the Stabiq, a static treasure house of epic dimensions.
There is a great chance to find rare and beautiful paintings of Picasso, Magritte, or Matisse behind the massive walls of the vaults. Gold bullions, rare fancy color diamonds of extraordinary measurements & quality belong to the favorite items which affluent owners from around the world prefer to keep rather in Liechtenstein than anywhere else. Savings and fiat money are vulnerable to inflation. Therefore, the trusts of the principality hold some of the most fantastic world heritage for the coming generations. Thinking about succession is not the exception but rather the rule of life in Liechtenstein.
The concept is part of a smart investment strategy for tangible investments. Essential materials like gold keep an asset connected to real value. Gold is a crisis- resistant currency that serves in times of volatile stock markets as a haven for investors. If there is one thing for sure, it is that gold will spike up as soon as economies slow down. History does not need any more proof than the facts and patterns that repeat themselves.
Gold is now close to an all-time high.
Some forward-looking investors prefer to diversify their investments and to put more money into risk-minimizing, tangible assets. It also provides more peace of mind in times of stress and uncertainty as a positive side effect. The Stabiq organizes private auctions, exhibitions, and get-together's for members. Oldtimers, Fine Art, and precious items are offered first to those who own a storage unit. Renting a storage facility there might open the door to a world of fantastic first-class opportunities.
Buying or selling gold in Liechtenstein directly might be a little bit complicated. The export of gold is not supported; the precious material is reserved for clients from Liechtenstein. Nevertheless, Noemi Diamonds is in the happy position to send smaller amounts of Liechtenstein gold to our clients or sell more significant quantities to store it in the Liechtenstein security house.
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