"Forevercorp is the world leader in diamonds as a new form of alternative asset investment. We offer sophisticated investors the opportunity to invest in a portfolio of diamonds professionally managed by international leading experts."



Diamonds are a tangible asset used as a store of wealth for generations. All our diamonds will be safely stored always in a state-of-the-art vault.


Our investing strategy is built to capitalise on rarity. Worldwide discovery of coloured diamonds has peaked. The Argyle pink diamonds mine is scheduled to close by 2021. Even during times of financial uncertainty, investment-grade diamonds have provided strong returns and that is set to accelerate.


Diversification is the key to any successful portfolio. We offer the opportunity to invest in an asset class that consistently delivers throughout the economic cycle.



We have an unmatched access and expertise of the diamond market combined with extensive experience in successfully running investment funds. We don’t sell you diamonds, we use our expertise in selecting and managing a portfolio of diamonds for you.


You will have full visibility of the current value of your investment and all our investors will have secured online access to the entire portfolio including independent valuation of each diamond updated quarterly.

Low fees

We charge low management fees and do not profit from purchases made for our investors.

Why now?

Now more than ever, investors need a safe-haven investment that is not reliant on the banking system; is not correlated to share markets; that is transportable and tradeable; and which still provides the potential for high returns.

Created with Sketch. FOREVERCORP Diamonds outperform other assets An investment of USD 100 in 2005 would now be worth * $516.3 Diamonds $388.8 Nasdaq $376.3 Gold $222.4 S&P500 $159.7 AU Property $98.5 ASX200 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 550

Data Sources: Bank of England, World Gold Council, Fancy Color Research Foundation, Australian Bureau of Statistics, Yahoo Finance.
* As at Q1 2020


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