Good Morning, friends, welcome back to HYIPING MONEY – your daily HYIP Blog.
So far this weekend has been pretty sedate, as usually is the case. Well, it’s always preferable to be sedate, than report some scam updates. Thankfully all the listed HYI Programs, as off now, are in paying status.
Anyway, i would like to utilize, this free time, to publish another informative article, as a continuation of the HYIP Basic articles. You can read them here.
For the first section, i would like to tabulate the parameters, that i personally use to analyze the set-up expenditure of a particular high yield investment program. In my subsequent posts, i would be concentrating on each of them, individually.
As i am one of the believers of the theory, that most of the HYIP s are pure Ponzi games [At least 99% of them are ], that primarily depends on the cash flow [ That is new and repeat investments], as it’s source of revenue generation.
Therefore, in my view, analysis of the set-up cost and the plans, are the initial steps, to evaluate a particular HYI Program. The simple reason, for this being, at least the respective administrators of the HYIP, will definitely attempt to recover what they have spent for establishing their HYI Program, and to be in profit. And here, us the HYIP investors have to cash in, to decide the answers to some primal questions, that is where to invest? How much to invest? When to Invest? And when to escape.
Moving on, let us tabulate the parameters, that can be helpful in the assessment of the set-up cost of the high yield investment programs.
1. The cost of the design of the site.
2. The cost of the script, which the HYI Program uses.
3.The hosting providers, Ddos service provider and the price of their packages.
4.The price of SSL Encryption.
5.Lastly, and certainly extremely important, is the expenditure, the particular HYIP management has incurred in terms of promotion of their program.
Factors helpful to evaluate your account security:
Well, as you know, incidents of hacking are a reality of the HYIP industry, therefore safety of investor’s account is a major importance, especially in case of the long term programs, where the investors are planning to keep their hard earned money for a long time.
1. Ddos protection.
2. SSL Encryption.
3. Other contributory features, may be presence of virtual keyboard and I.P protection.
The importance of the Investment plans? what to evaluate?
As you must know, already, for descriptive purposes, the HYIP investment plans are divided into three broad groups, depending on the plan duration, that is Long term, Medium terms and the short term plans.As my experience goes,the preferred type, varies a great deal among investors, with fair share of following for each of the types.
I will attempt, to cover this section in details, in one of my later posts. But in a nut-shell, the aspects, that should be considered in terms of the investment plans, are:
1. The duration of the plan, and whether it satisfies your needs.
2. The daily returns
2. The analysis of break-even point – that is the number of days after which, you recover your investments, is absolutely crucial.
Let us look into an example of a HYIP offering an investment plan of 2% for 100 calendar days. Therefore the break even point is reached at 50 calendar days. Therefore, if you assume this HYIP, collapses after 80 days, still you are in profit, with your total return being 160% in 80 days.
Some other points related to the plans, that are relevant to the investors are, the availability of compounding option and premature withdrawal of your principal.
The payment processors: points to be noted.
Well, as most of us already know, the most commonly used e-currencies by the HYI Programs are Liberty Reserve, AlertPay and PerfectMoney. Other payment processors, that are used less commonly are SolidTrustPay and GlobalDigitalPay.
The essential points, regarding LibertyReserve and PerfectMoney are all transactions with this two are final and irreversible. Whereas, in a payment processor like AlertPay, you can at least file a dispute, if something goes wrong.
Having said that it should always be remembered that refund at AlertPay, is processed in a first come first serve basis. Thereby, the earliest, you file a complaint, best is the chance for a refund. As refunds, are processed as long as, money is left in that particular HYIP’s AlertPay account.
So, you estimated the set-up cost,analyzed the plans – now, how to monitor the program health, and whether to re-invest?
To monitor the health of a HYI Program and to make up your mind on re-investments, is probably the most difficult question to answer.
Well, there may be a few points, that may help on this.
1.The most important being, the comments posted in the major forums, by the investors.
2.Even better, if you can have a personal chat with one of them.
3.Another source may be the payment proofs and referral commission reports of the monitors [obviously, those which you think are reliable]. The referral commission reports, can act as a indicator of the cash flow, into a particular program, therefore it’s health.
4.To maintain a HYI Program, in a sound state, with a steady cash flow for a considerable duration, i guess requires, quite a lot of commitment and experience from the concerned management.
Can we assess the Admin’s commitment?
Again, a difficult question to reply, but definitely some parameters can be used to make some sort of idea.
1. The support, to the investors, that the Admin provides, promptness of reply to support tickets etc. can be one of them.
2. The new developments that the concerned Admin has undertaken in the recent times. For example installation of new design, new script, up-gradation to better servers, inclusion of new payment processors, contests etc.
3. The newsletters from the Admins - This is a double edged sword, you need to read the lines, and in-between the lines in order to find out the Admin’s intentions.
Some warning signs, beware – do not re-invest
1. Sudden change of investment plans, with introduction of High-ROI plans.
2. Progressive delay in processing of withdrawal requests.
3. Frequent negative comments at major forums.
4. Negative comment by monitoring services, you believe.
That is basically all, that you need for the assessment. But all said and done, the risk associated with the high yields, always do exist, at the best it an be minimized. Therefore the golden rule, that is ‘ Do not spend, what you can not afford to loose‘ should never be forgotten. More of the rules of HYIP investment, can be read here.
In my subsequent posts, whenever I get time, I will attempt to elaborate on each of the listed points, here.
Bye for now, friends. Take care and enjoy, rest of your weekend.