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March 2013, DiamondMaster App Adds Percentage Change Display of Values for 1 and 5 year!
An Essential Resource and Tool for Professionals, Members of the Jewelry Trade and Investors to monitor diamonds' global Wholesale Cash Asking values in 11 Foreign Currencies; plus The Gold Standard (gold’s annual moving average stated in Troy ounces); and weighted basket of currencies unit (IMF's Special Drawing Rights), and Each Diamond Classification's Appreciation & Depreciation over the last 1 and 5 years!!
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April 20, 2010: Troy Diamond Reports 60% price reduction! All reports are now $9.95, No Subscription Required and if you purchase more than one report discounts apply. 

May 26, 2009: Press Release - Troy Diamond Report Debuts "3 Dimensional Diamond Pricing" Format with No Subscription Required at an introductory offer of $9.95!

April 1, 2009: Troy Diamond Report's monthly Gold & Currency Report is now available for FREE. During the current global economic times, founder Wayne Prentice stated "this report is too important not to be freely shared with anyone concerned about monetary policies worldwide, even those not interested in diamond value."

February 9, 2009: Press Release - New Format with 46 weight classification for Troy Diamond Report, and debut of new Gold and Currency Report.

September 16, 2007: This month is the Debut of the TROY DIAMOND REPORT, a new Global Diamond Market Guide and resource beneficial to the diamond Industry. In order to provide Professionals essential knowledge, the TROY DIAMOND REPORT takes a unique "Global Perspective." The TROY DIAMOND REPORT analyzes natural diamond prices from not one, but five (5) perspectives to determine their "Value" and "Market Trends." The current references are: the XAU "Exchange to Gold" (in 1 year moving average); the SDR, the International Monetary Fund's "Special Drawing Rights;" the USD, the United States Dollar; the EUR, the Euro of European Union and the RUB, the Ruble of the Russian Federation. (See National Jeweler's article 9-20-2007)