Sterling Canyon, a retailer of fine gemstone jewelry asks you what would you do if you found $100 million worth of Emeralds and Amethysts at the bottom of the sea? You would probably go crazy, not think straight, make bad decisions. Well, let me introduce you to Jay Miscovich, a real estate investor from Latrobe, Pa., who spent years traveling between his home 40 miles outside of Pittsburgh to Key West, Fla. in search of treasure.
What he found was a giant trove of raw Colombian Emeralds and Amethysts that is beyond imagination.
The problem with this treasure is that it most likely belongs to someone else, like a country. If it was a Spanish galleon, it probably still belongs to Spain. Meanwhile, Miscovich has conned investors in investing millions into the find. Most likely they won’t re-coup their money. And the suckers who bought into it won’t be able to make a single necklace out of the stuff. Lesson here? Invest in a known quantity like Sterling Canyon jewelry. Its guaranteed.