Is hyip market is dead?

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Hyip industry review September 2019

Based on our IDX report, which was released 2 days ago, you can read here:

We can assume that that market capitalization is coming around. Yet what the data shows, that the gap between deposits volume and payout volume still on the same level. In the month of September 2019, the gap counts to $ 2 509 443.00 USD. Analyzing the situation, we see that in total deposits in hyips over the September 2019 came over $ 2 733 531.00 USD. Investors received payouts roughly over $ 224 088.00 and the gap as we mentioned above, show over $ 2 509 443.00 USD.

This shows that investors sentiment still in uptrend and there is only roughly 8.19% of total payouts coming back each months of total depository in general. Hyip market is dead? No, not at all yet we hope see more stable hyip programs dynamics growth than a scam.

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In my Opinion this is Happening because there are so many hyip out there that will scam as fast as they can, so someone that been scam without knowledge how this work will not join any more programs. like me before but now i have read and know so much that i am willing to be back on this game. i never been in Green before trying one more time to earn.
 
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In my Opinion this is Happening because there are so many hyip out there that will scam as fast as they can, so someone that been scam without knowledge how this work will not join any more programs. like me before but now i have read and know so much that i am willing to be back on this game. i never been in Green before trying one more time to earn.
You must understand very clearly, that investment by it self it is not getting rich fast scheme. There is no such thing as a free lunch. On the market some one is always gaining and someone is always losing. To be an investor means having an understanding of what you are doing and why. Investor always bare responsibility for their action or inaction and the results they have. Your responsibility is to manage all the risks and understand them, before you spend money on any investment. It does not matter when ever you invest in real-estate or financial markets or anywhere else.

Hyip as any other investment comes with returns and risks. In few words to put is as simple as it can be, the higher the return the higher the risk. In order to succeed in hyip investment you must invest in your education and risk management.
 
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Date : 11th December 2019.

FOMC Preview – 11th December 2019.




FOMC Preview
No policy changes or surprises are expected with today’s announcement (19:00 GMT) and Chair Powell’s press conference 30 minutes later. It will be interesting to see if, as expected, the voting is unanimous this time round. The FOMC members have expressed significant differences of opinion during 2019 as three rate cuts were implemented. The apparent paradox of low unemployment and low inflation, the new “norm”.

The two-digit unemployment rate (U-3) in November edged down to 3.53% from 3.56% in October, and a 3.52% cycle-low in September, all below the 3.58% prior cycle-low in April and a 4.00% rate at the beginning of the year. Current readings remain much lower than the 4.2% long-run unemployment rate projection noted in the September SEP, it is expected that this estimate will be trimmed today.

Headline CPI rose 0.4% in October while the core index rose by 0.2%, for respective y/y gains of 1.8% and 2.3%, versus September figures of 1.7% and 2.4%. Today the November headline is expected to fall again to 0.2% and the core remains flat at 0.2% too. The Fed’s favoured inflation gauge, the PCE chain price measure, rose 1.3% y/y in October and expectations are for an uptick to 1.4% in November. The core PCE chain price measure rose 1.6% y/y in November, versus 1.7% in September, and expectations are for the pace to hold at 1.6% in November. The FOMC’s latest median estimates for 2019 inflation are 1.5% for the headline and 1.8% for the core.

Hence, the focus will be on the Fed’s new quarterly forecasts, with expectations raised and likely to be mostly bullish results with a bump up in the median growth projection and a drop in the median dot to reflect a steady stance through 2020. However, the individual dots are likely to show both, forecasts for cuts and hikes. Chair Powell is expected to reiterate the US economy and policy are in a “good place,” (a phrase he has used a number of times lately) and could sound a little more upbeat after the strong jobs report. But, he will continue to warn of downside risks. The FOMC isn’t likely to announce any new measures on reserve management operations (QE?) or a repo facility. All steady into 2020 and beyond.



USDIndex remains biased to the down side but has support around 97.40 and the 200-day moving average. A breach of this key support zone brings in 97.00 and the October low of 96.85. A break over 97.80 (the confluence of the 20 and 50-day moving averages) and 98.00 would be required before a re-test of the recent high at 98.50 could be considered.

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Date : 12th December 2019.

Lagarde prepares ECB debut – 12th December 2019.




  • Policy unchanged
  • Projections unlikely to change much
  • Clues about review sought
  • Style in focus
Presiding over her first presser of the European Central Bank today, Lagarde is expected to confirm once again the current policy setting, giving time to ECB to focus on the planned review of its overall policy framework.

Final Eurozone GDP and PMI readings broadly supported this neutral picture, while the confidence that a deep recession can be avoided is strengthening (Figure 1) despite the fact that German manufacturing and production numbers still look weak. The exports and the overall trade are actually holding up much better than expected, which together with still strong labour markets is underpinning hopes the net exports and consumption will continue to support growth not just in Germany.


Figure 1 : December German ZEW investor confidence outcome, end the year firmly in positive territory at the highest level since February 2018.
As there is nothing in the data really to challenge the ECB’s overall policy stance, the focus firstly turns into the tone and presentation style that President Lagarde will have. The “risk” is that the presser will be equally uneventful as her testimony before the European Parliament. Lagarde’s team building exercise seems to have worked and at least in public there has been a pretty consistent message since she took over, which is very likely to be confirmed today. Additionally it will be interesting to see whether she will back fully Draghi’s package.

Citi Bank: All key interest rates will likely be left unchanged, and the forward guidance reaffirmed. The main interest at this meeting will be the new Eurosystem staff projections, extended to 2022, to gauge whether the September package will be sufficient to bring inflation back into line with the ECB’s target over the forecast horizon. If not, investors’ attention will quickly turn to the ECB’s toolbox and what instruments the Governing Council would be willing to use and when, in order to defend its credibility in the absence of large fiscal support. The upcoming strategic review of monetary policy will also likely be the focus of many questions.

Hence as reported by Citi, other than Lagarde’s style, ECB projections could also monopolize the attention. Even though, the ECB remains ready to act again and tweak all its measures if necessary, it has already done a lot and now needs to keep an eye on the side effects of the very expansionary monetary policy, while politicians need to do their bit to support the economy.

The central bank won’t be reducing the degree of stimulus any time soon with many analysts supporting that this will continue until mid-2020 unless there is a major change in circumstance.

Central bankers will be conducting a comprehensive review of the policy framework, however, with a special focus on the inflation target. A more symmetric definition, which stresses that the ECB can see through lengthy inflation overshoots as well as periods of too low headline rates is likely to come in the first quarter of next year. The inclusion of owner-occupied housing costs into the HICP number also remains a challenge especially as house prices are rising rapidly in some centres, also thanks to the low interest rate environment.



Bund yields have nudged higher over the past week, but the German 10-year so far failed to move lastingly above -0.3%. Uncertainty on trade and Brexit are keeping a lid on yields, although there is the risk that if things go the way markets want and a phase one trade deal is confirmed and in the UK PM Johnson gets his majority, there could be a sharp rise in yields, if markets price out further easing and start to look ahead to central banks removing some of the stimulus.

However this is far away for now, while central bankers are not looking eager to add further easing.

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