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As a retailer, how do I use this graph to evaluate the goods I have in my inventory?

By Michael Elhyani | 30.09.14

The composite index represents changes in market prices throughout this period. In order to better estimate the value of existing inventory, it is important to calculate the expected appreciation of each stone individually, using the appropriate graph for each stone evaluated. While the index may offer a good indication of price behavior of the inventory, the accuracy may vary depending on whether the inventory was purchased above or below market

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