As a poorly-paid salaried man, I can't imagine wearing jewelry. I don't wear even the wedding ring.
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1. You have to take security risk and pay the locker charges for possessing gold jewellery whereas by investing the same amount in a fixed deposit you can increase your money.
2. The resale value of gold jewellery is very less except in cases when it is sold by the next generation i.e. after a very long period. You may hardly get 50% of your amount invested whether you purchase from corporate companies or the popular local jweller. The corporate one chagre very high percentages of the gold cost as making charges and taxes charged by the company are not refundable. The local jweller cheats in any case and often sells 15 to 17 carat gold as 22 carat gold.
It is best to not wear any jewellery at all. The next best is to wear imitation jewellery.
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Even this challenging situation would ease
This is the reason why artificial jewellery business is flourishing day by day. Given a choice, everybody will like to wear pure gold items as they have the real shining and do not affect the skin for rashes or other ailments of the skin.
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Jewelry makes women/girls more beautiful…!
Can anyone deny my statement?
So, I recommend all of them to wear what they like so that they are more beautiful, happy and confident…..
Your question is not stupid one. The trend of buying jewelry as an investment is stupid, I believe. Because wear and tear and price appreciation may not match with the 'non physical gold such as Gold ETFs etc.
I think, people from Kerala have more lust with Gold compared with people from other states. That is why Kerala is sometimes called as 'Gold's own country' in addition to 'God's own country'.
There are so many necks that looks adorable with jut a thin chain and a small pendant. Similarly there are so many with jewels that actually increase the body weight but still the person looks odd, ugly or out of place. So, I think whatever one wears, it should lend elegance and enhance the person's image.
I don't wear any jewels, if at all anyone wears it should be simple because jewelry attracts the attention of evil eyes and criminals who would not mind harming an adult, tearing the ear lobe of grandmothers for their heavy earrings or kidnapping children for the jewels they wear.
Sadly these thieves do not have to the time to check whether the jewels are original or imitation ornament. So, if some one thinks wearing artificial jewels is risk-free, they are sadly mistaken.