Real estate, diamonds? The great escape to physical values in investments

“Cashgold vs. Diamanten und Immobilien” (Cashgold vs. Diamonds and Real Estate) is a book by the author and CEO of Karatbars International GmbH, Dr. h.c. Harald Seiz. He takes an honest and critical look at current financial policy and its impact on the actions and needs of investors. It’s no mystery that the conventional financial system is generating little confidence and that every member of our society has concerns about the devaluation and complete abolition of cash.

The alternatives, as described in “Cashgold vs. Diamanten und Immobilien” (Cashgold vs. Diamonds and Real Estate), are predominantly real estate and diamonds. However, both of these tangible assets entail risks and are not suitable as investments for every investor. In Cashgold vs. Diamanten und Immobilien (Cashgold vs. Diamonds and Real Estate), the author opens the topic with a broad insight into the current uncertainty regarding cash, as well as the current state of world politics and accumulating crises. As a first point Dr. h.c. Harald Seiz deals with the topic of diamond trade in Cashgold vs. Diamanten und Immobilien (Cashgold vs. Diamonds and Real Estate). It tells of the history of the diamond, of fake and real diamonds as well as how this gemstone is traded today. Then he illuminates diamonds as a value investment in times of crisis comprehensively and answers the question of whether diamonds are suitable as a crisis currency and whether they are a good investment in tangible assets.

How safe are real-estate investments really? Cashgold vs. Diamanten und Immobilien (Cashgold vs. Diamonds and Real Estate)

The real estate market is also covered in detail in Cashgold vs. Diamanten und Immobilien (Cashgold vs. Diamonds and Real Estate). Harald Seiz discusses topics such as buying on credit, the hurdles of bureaucracy and the risk of insolvent tenants. He elaborates the overvaluation of real estate, comparing it to the current, inflated and unattractive real estate prices. In the book Cashgold vs. Diamanten und Immobilien (Cashgold vs. Diamonds and Real Estate) he deliberately not only deals with the real estate prices in the metropolises of Germany, but also with the fundamental development of real estate as an investment. In addition to the core topics of the book, the author also takes a look at conventional investments, which are unprofitable in today’s world and serve as the main reason for fleeing into material assets. As CEO of Karatbars International GmbH, Seiz also has a solution to which he dedicates several paragraphs in his book Cashgold vs. Diamanten und Immobilien (Cashgold vs. Diamonds und Real Estate). He talks about microcurrency, which is suitable as a versatile option in the form of an investment and as a means of payment. In addition, he briefly touches on the historical significance of gold and creates a transition to Karatbars International GmbH, which developed the first “banknote” with 24-carat fine gold. In his book Cashgold vs. Diamanten und Immobilien (Cashgold vs. Diamonds and Real Estate), the author then goes on to explain the significance of Cashgold and specifically why Cashgold is a transnational and secure currency of the future, but also an investment in physical products.

Dr. Seiz dedicates the last chapter before the conclusion of Cashgold vs. Diamanten und Immobilien (Cashgold vs. Diamonds and Real Estate) to the concept of collateral in times of crisis. While real estate loses value and diamonds are difficult to trade for goods due to their often larger denominations, Cashgold is a genuine alternative for people looking for a safe haven while at the same time being able to make flexible use of their money.

“Cashgold vs. Diamanten und Immobilien” (Cashgold vs. Diamonds and Real Estate) is a book that shows new ways of thinking and challenges conventional theories of tangible assets. For this purpose, the author makes use of his own experience and comprehensible facts that coincide with today’s financial system and the global economic situation. Not only cash, but also the purely virtual cryptocurrency is in danger and not immune to total loss through cyber attacks. The real estate bubble in Germany can also burst at virtually any moment. If tenants fail to pay, a property acquired as a yield property can prove to turn out to be a true debt trap. Cashgold, on the other hand, retains its value, which is contained in every note as a small 24-carat gold bar.