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Diversification And Investment Tactics

Hi everyone! Today I want to look at some of the tactics needed, including some practical advice, on how best to improve your chances of staying ahead in the online HYIP industry. By that I mean how to try and avoid losses as far as can be possible in a gambling based industry and maximize profits.

So I guess you should know by now that all HYIPs without exception are ponzi based games. That means that you should play them smart in order to receive profits in the long-term. So what does it require to keep your money in HYIPs, not lose it and make some profits overall in the long run? First of all, of course the main thing is a diversification of your investments among several good HYIPs. Imagine that you have money in one or two different programs (which may well be run by the same person) and tomorrow he decides to close up shop resulting in you losing your money. I mean the whole amount you’re playing with. That’s not good and will deprive you from the chance to recover your losses in any other HYIPs that you might have profited from had you you diversified your portfolio.

I think that fact doesn’t require any further explanation as keeping less money in more programs offers a certain level of protection of losses in any single one of them. But then another question arises – should you invest in low-ROI long-term or high-ROI short-term programs. I think that question never really helped many people sleep better at night if you’re serious enough about making money in HYIPs. You hear on an almost daily basis that one or another program has collapsed, and most of the time they are short-term. But is it possible to make money on short-term programs as well as on longer-term ones? I think in some cases shorter-term programs are better than longer-term ones but are only intended for high risk gamers who are prepared to accept occasional losses with the same attitude that they accept their occasional winnings.

Let’s analyze the differences between short-term and long-term programs and see which of them can generally give you a better chance to profit. Take two programs: one of them (call it program X) offers you 25% for 6 days and runs for two weeks. Another (we’ll call program Y) offers 3% weekly and runs for 30 weeks (approximately 7 months).

So which program gave you a better chance to be in profit in the shortest possible time? Of course, it would be the short-term program where you could (possibly) double your investment (or better if you invest your money wisely and withdraw in time) being a simple game with no claims of outside income.
On the other hand, the admin of the long-term program Y which we took as an example for ran his program honestly for over 6 months until something bad happened one day (his computer broke down, his program was hacked, his wife left him, he got hit by a car, etc. I’ve heard them all.) and the payments stopped. Before that the program paid like clockwork which attracted many investors that were encouraged by inspiring feedback from existing members just to lose their money afterwards. Simple calculations will show us that program Y only paid a 90% maximum to investors that joined even on the first day. So the only people who benefitted from the program Y were referral sharks that promoted the program in order to get generous ref commissions.

Now all the investors of program Y suddenly realized that they were scammed and all the positive votes on forums were nothing more that paid-to-post monitors or simple cheerleaders. Well, not only that. They were blinded by piggybacking charts and reviews, photos of growing tomatoes, videos of gold-mining businesses and certificates of incorporation from all four corners of the globe proudly displayed on their About Us page. The most dangerous thing about such low-ROI programs is that they gradually build a reputation about their programs by posting interviews, introducing some new plans and changing their hosting providers to build up some good publicity around them. They mislead investors gradually by building confidence who not only redeposit their own money but also spread the news and helping to attract new members simply because you saw the admin in action with your own eyes (posted on YouTube or somewhere).

Actually, every single thing about long-term programs like our theoretical program Y is dedicated to one single goal – to make the program grow. Without growth there is no ponzi and everybody should be perfectly aware of that. I don’t say that I’m against the growth and ponzies as a whole, that’s how me and many many others make money from. Although I’m totally against the misleading of investors by feeding them rubbish about the legal status of some programs, or their incorporation certificates, or their far fetched stories about their exploits in all sorts of activities. This is total nonsense which should not be taken seriously if you are smart. Remember that everybody has a hidden agenda in this industry and you should always treat any given program with a high degree of skepticism at all times. Those who believed in GeniusFunds for example as a legal venture and sold their houses and cars in order to put everything into it were most definitely the biggest losers. Those who stayed calm, didn’t get greedy, and behaved in a rational – and skeptical – manner were the ones in the most profit. Remember to treat every single program as a game with chances of both winning and losing. That way you will never be conned by some shady individuals preaching about the legality of their HYIP business. There are NO such programs in the HYIP industry and I’m telling you this based on my many years personal experience. Either learn to live with it or leave this industry for good if it bothers you. Better try to invest your money in the stock markets or trust it to a managerial company that will take the risks for you. The risk will be minimal and definitely many times lower than in any HYIPs.

It doesn’t mean that you can’t win in short-term or in long-term programs. You can win in both with proper diversification and management of your HYIP portfolio. Of course, you will not be able to win all the time and most probably will be losing more often than winning in the first stages. But gradually you will become wiser and smarter which will help you develop a so-called “sixth” sense – intuition – that will help you to succeed in the business. Without it any analysis or even extensive research is useless and many times the programs’ admins proved me wrong by running a very average program from which I never expected too much for a long time or scamming in less than one full cycle online having perfect website, security and huge advertising budgets.

Remember that many teachers will try to preach you their concepts of succeeding in HYIPs based it on some secret formulas (you can even buy overpriced online books about riding a ponzi, lol). You should remember that there is no single theory that will help you make profits in HYIPs. Of course, there are some ways that could work at some point. The industry is after all constantly evolving and changing so it’s essential to change your personal strategy very frequently and according to the current conditions.

The major point is that your success is in your own hands and I know people who profited from most short-term programs and many people who profited from long-term programs. The thing that unites them is that they had a very cold and calculated approach to HYIPs and never had any special affection for any particular one that could affect their decision or make them take a wrong turn. Only with these attitudes that can be gradually developed with your personal experiences can you succeed in this industry.

One more important thing! As shown in the above mentioned example with X and Y programs, sometimes a program that runs for two weeks is much better and profitable that those running for several months. So do not get caught out on the longevity of the program and stable payouts as past experience is no guarantee that this will continue forever. It’s better to develop that “sixth sense” that will come with experience and where you will see the same patterns that might indicate that this or that program is more worthy of your attention than another one. I hope MNO will help you with that as I post my reviews and never make public predictions about the programs which might be wrong. I can only tell you what I feel about the program and share the facts I actually have on that program. The rest is up to you, guys. Please make your own analysis and be always err on the side of caution!