HYIP Investment Rules
For a successful investment, you must follow the rules of investing, following which you can increase your capital. These rules are not someone’s fantasies, but the fruit of the vast experience of successful investors who have worked and are working with various projects, receiving tangible profits from investments.
Investing in a project is essentially a gift to its administrator, and payments sent to you based on the results of the work are a response gift from the manager. Any representations of warranties are false. So the first rule of investing: do not believe the administrators – they are lying! +
Nobody owes you anything. You give, and if the project took place, they give you in return. If the amount of money received by you exceeds the invested funds, then you will receive a profit. If not, do not blame me!
Withdraw funds and share results
Withdraw money received from the implementation of the project and share this information in social networks, on forums. Take screenshots of payouts. People will be interested in your success and join the ranks of investors, thereby increasing the likelihood of a profit.
Try to do without reinvestment
Keep yourself from wanting to invest additional funds in the project. Beginning investors often do this: first they invest a small amount, and after the first successes they rush to make additional money.
If you have any income that you can invest, it will be better to find another project. If you don’t see a suitable option, just wait. Gather information, the time will come, and there will be an attractive project.
Do not put all your eggs in one basket
You should distribute funds for different projects, not concentrating them in one place. The most optimal share of investments in one project is from 2 to 7% of the total amount of investments. And there should be a lot of such projects. It is necessary to calculate the amount of investment taking into account the type of project.
Based on this:
- 2-3% of the total investment portfolio can be invested in highly profitable ones.
- In projects with an average yield, you can invest 4-5%.
- You can invest more in low-income ones – up to 7%.
How to optimally distribute project types by shares of your portfolio
Consider a situation where an investor is ready to invest $ 1,000 in several projects. This amount will be correctly divided between 5-7 options of different types. For example, consider an option suitable for a novice investor:
- 20% ($ 200) of the total amount is invested in highly profitable projects;
- In projects with an average profitability of 30% ($ 300);
- 40% (400 dollars) in low-income ones.
We have $ 100 left, which makes sense to spend on advertising projects with the most attractive conditions.
Do not believe the promises
No need to listen to those who promise guaranteed income. No guarantees are possible on the investment market, so the people talking about this may be:
- The so-called referrers sending out spam about the project, but not participating in it;
- Beginners without experience, dreaming of superprofits;
- Money fraudsters.
You can only trust those who advertise the project, personally participating in it and voting for it with their money. Normal people will not shout about guarantees and excess profits, but will inform about possible risks, provide information on the potential profitability of the project, name the amount that they invested, and provide screenshots of payments made.
Therefore, remember the second rule – to share results in social networks and forums.
Do not trust the documentation provided on the project website
It should be remembered that you can register an organization in Europe for a small fee. For project administrators who are planning to make millions, this is not much. Therefore, any scans of documents do not carry any useful information.
Do not believe in legends
Do not take on faith a beautiful shell for a normal hype. Remember the first rule – never trust the admins of the project. When revenues begin to overlap with payments, no legal business will be able to support the project afloat.
And in conclusion: investing in projects is a gamble. Try to enjoy the process, and if you get profit, then treat this as a pleasant surprise!