Edahn Golan

Diamond Analytics &
Research for Industry Leaders

Edahn Golan
Diamond Analytics &
Research for Industry Leaders
About the Company
Edahn Golan Diamond Research & Data is an independent research house that focuses on the economy of the global diamond industry. We provide data-driven diamond analytics of this fascinating and often ununderstood industry.

Discover how the diamond market really works with insights covering the entire diamond pipeline – from mining to consumers – in answer to your specific needs and objectives.
Edahn Golan Diamond Research & Data - Diamond Intelligence & Analysis for Industry Leaders. Get in-depth research analytics of the diamond pipeline in answer to your specific needs

About
Edahn Golan

Edahn Golan is diamond industry analyst. With 20 years of experience in the field, he specializes in a wide range of topics relating to this industry. His diamond analytics ranges from rough diamond pricing to jewelry consumer behavior, including how the diamond market operates, the economics of manufacturing, and the impact of lab-grown diamonds on the industry.

Services

Cut the Complexity with High Precision Diamond Intelligence

Diamond Market Analytics

Insights into market forces affecting the diamond pipeline

Jewelry Trend Research

Granular demand, inventory, and pricing data

Lab-Grown
Data

Wholesale prices, retail activity, and consumer demand

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Jewelry Demand Sinks, But Do Not Fret - Edahn Golan featured image Elena Taranenko
Diamond Market Activity and Analysis

Jewelry Demand Sinks 11% in October, But Do Not Fret!

The annual forecast with the monthly analysis: Most jewelry retail sales figures were in the red in October on a year-over-year basis. However, US jewelry demand is still relatively high, reflecting ongoing elevated consumer interest in the category.

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Lab-grown diamond contradiction - analysis Edahn Golan photo Lachlan-Donald
Diamond Market Activity and Analysis

The Lab-Grown Diamond Contradiction

The lab-grown diamond contradiction. Demand is rising, but prices are falling. They are hot in the US, but not sweeping the rest of the world. It’s a technologically-driven product catering to a young crowd and striving to follow in the footsteps of a centuries-old product, while enthusiastically adopting many of its ills.

These are the issues, with figures and findings that support this view.

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