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Invest Like a Pro: HYIP Choosing Tricks from Professional Investors

Golem

Golem

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Jun 18, 2018
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#1
Despite the availability of open and free materials how to choose a HYIP, the information given is relevant rather for investors-beginners. This article is focused not on the basic rules but on tricks of selecting an investment project, which will be useful to those who have already been involved into a small world of HYIPs.

To begin with, let’s note that a small amount of data describing the tricks of selecting a suitable HYIP and professionals working in this niche is not connected with secret information.

Just selecting the HYIP investment is sophisticated at the more advanced level, far from being a stereotyped thing, for which it is simply impossible to make a universal instruction. Each situation is truly unique and every detail is important.


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First, you should forget all what articles about choosing a HYIP usually teach. Data of screening portals, standard tests for design, marketing, feedback forums are all an unreliable source of information.

The only thing that could still serve as a beacon at choosing is a domain and technical details of the project: how it is protected, which script is installed, and, in general, how the admin is prepared for the various attacks and how he uses and implements his functionality. HYIPs for professionals are tricky business, where every detail and every sidestep means something.

Here is a small example. Say, you like the project, and you do not mind investing in it, as all is according to the standard, and the administration is “responsive”. But you notice that the thread is almost inactive, say, on a HYIP forum. a more detailed analysis reveals that all the activity is carried out by so-called paid posters that invest in the project on a paid basis.

A beginner might not notice this and assume that the project is gaining steam, but it means absolutely the opposite for specialists — there is no activity in the project, and all is paid. Such a project is dead for professionals. Thus, an important part of your professional experience is the inside knowledge of the HYIP — information about different situations and what different HYIP admins can do.

The second main criterion is the presence of information sources, or as they say, “inside”. Inside is almost the main criterion for evaluating and deciding on investing for experienced investors. Most managers with a “reputation” work mainly through inside information. And the more such sources you have — the more secured and richer you are. Contact with long-term forum residents, communicate with eminent managers and establish relations with admins of different projects. The latter is hard to achieve and you need to give him something that he will be able to appreciate. But if you have got trust relationship with the admin, you are sure to hit the jackpot!

In such a situation, your deposit will be secured, and the admin will constantly share information about his real intentions and actions in the project. This is the highest league in the HYIP industry, so you have room to grow.
 
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Marengo

Marengo

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Jun 3, 2018
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#2
I can not agree with some thoughts. For example, you say about the highest league in the HYIP investment industry. It's just a project team. This is a minimum of 2-3 people who created HYIP. They advertise the project and receive access to insider information. But I do not think that the admin will share with them all the details about his intentions. It is unprofitable for him.
I also want to develop a unique algorithm for estimating the lifetime of a HYIP. Unfortunately, this is unreal now. The objective factors that we can analyze due to open sources are about 80%. They do not mean anything. The remaining 20% of factors choose the time when the project is closed. You just need to know the approximate administrator's budget (A) and the points on which he will make stop-loss (B) or take-profit (C). No insider will provide you with this information.
But you can guess on some of them. For example, A — project development costs like as webdesign, DDoS protection, script, certificate and other. This also reflects the experience of the admin in pushing both B and C. I do not know yet how determine the time of pressing them B or C, but here is a regularity. You need to learn a lot of HYIPs to find it.
 
iceman

iceman

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Oct 15, 2018
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#3
Good point actually. The most optimal solution here will be to look into new projects, which seemed to really spend quite an amount in developing the project. Right you are - taking a look at the mainpage, one can approximately predict its cost (design, functionality, technical background, etc.). It's clear that entering any good-looking and "decent" project on its early stage should work at 80-90% probability rate. And certainly don't forget to diversify! That is a key point here...
 

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