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Good Day Everyone! Am I looking at the right calendar? Is it really the start of June already, the first month of summer? Seems the time flies by and while I still have some work to do editing videos of my skiing trips, it is actually quite refreshing to realize that summer’s fun has just arrived. Lets now keep that feeling of new beginnings and have a fresh look at the HYIP industry news and its current trends. There are many proven and established good performers out there, which in my opinion still have plenty of room “on board” for those people considering to change their current “on the fence” position and to support them. A lot of new HYIPs are continuing to show up and there are also a couple of programs that I actually decided to leave, so please read on to find out all about it.
Speaking of fresh start-ups, I wanted to show you the chart which I compiled recently on the data I found elsewhere and which shows monthly statistical data for the number of NEW High Yield Investment Programs that were launched in the past.
As you can see from the data points for the beginning of the last year’s summer, there was a significant increase in the number of new programs and that was exactly one year ago. Interestingly, the established then trend actually stayed throughout the year, up to the current time. It actually feels like it, but I guess one of the conclusions from these data is that the last year was a lot better than the one before and that the industry is overall on the improving trend again. I can also tell you in advance that the projected number of new HYIPs for the current month of June is already in the range of 200+, so let’s just see if this summer brings us as much of the “uphill” as it happened last year. Of course, the increasing number of newly launched HYIP sites does not necessarily mean that there will be more good options for us to invest, but at least we know that more admins are taking a shot in gaining such status.
I wanted to start today with the update on the little $200 investment project of mine, which I earlier called the “Homework assistance for HYIP investors” and which I have initiated recently, just some three weeks ago. I have to tell you that this initiative is already producing some lessons worth sharing and after you are done reading this publication, I am inviting you to have a look at all of the initial steps on this little “project” HERE (you can also right-click on the link and choose “open in new tab” to get it ready for later reading under the separate browser tab).
The main reason I decided to launch this project was because being close to the HYIP arena for a while, it may be difficult for me at times to see the current needs of newly arriving to the industry people, of which there are many these days. Based on the ongoing correspondence that I am receiving from some of my readers, I am realizing that quite a few things in the HYIP business are apparently not as obvious as they may seem for an “experienced eye” and that I need to try harder looking at everything with the fresher look. To this end and in attempt to effectively model the process of choosing HYIPs by someone new to the field, I basically decided to make new investment of $200 with the programs which were NOT on my list of monitored programs at a time. As I decided to made these to be brand new choices, I followed the main rule of investing, which is to diversify and secondly, I made a pick of 4 programs that I thought should remain operational at least for the time which it would take to recover my initial investment and where any additional earnings would then hopefully become pure profit.
The lesson so far from this project, is that programs do close regardless of the expectations and promises, they do so unexpectedly and as this is now clearly exemplified, this even may happen very soon after we deposit with them. This is in fact exactly what happened with one of the 4 programs of this project, ForexProgressive. I am reminding you that this program had 1/4 of my $200 project’s investment and I was able to recover only some 15% from it. This means that the remaining programs of the project, which are currently indeed operational, should now hopefully “work on” this loss for me. There is also an element of success in this project, which is a completed investment in DividendService, where both, the initial investment and profit per offered plan were collected and now withdrawn. I am however continuing to follow on the events for this program and may even invest in the future again. Investments in the remaining two programs are ongoing, the initial deposit amount in ROI Credit is already recovered via profits and I will report more on the project’s development in the nearest future.
I know for a fact that quite a few people out there are investing in HYIPs very heavily and I would like to take another chance and warn them yet again that as you can see from the real life example I described just above, losses do happen. As you can see, this particular project is not that heavy on the funds (and so is the current loss) and while the project is still ongoing (and has a chance to stay successful), I really think you should do the reality checks often, before making significant monetary commitments of your own. If you are new to HYIPs, I recommend you to take your time and simply try creating your own statistical data by following the “fate” of HYIPs, brand new ones in particular. One of the better ways to do this is to follow new listings on most established HYIP monitors, such as HYIP.com or GoldPoll for example. Simply put, you will see for yourself that if you start marking all HYIPs that are a few days old for instance, the greatest majority of them will unfortunately have the “Not Paying” status just a week or two later on. Only those programs the administrators of which have stronger commitment to run a successful investment venture, will make it beyond some critical time points and it is those programs that should be made worth of your attention.
Let’s now move on to some specific HYIP news. Like I said earlier, I pulled out from DividendService without re-investment for now, as the program recently had some technical issues and because their promotional campaign (an indirect indication of program’s well being) seem to slow down lately. This venture however remains on my watch list and to the full credit for this program, I am reporting that completed here investment was a success. Not counting for referral commissions, the pure profit here was 21% after 15 business days and invested principal was returned.
The other program, which I recently “left” (and this is the action which I am in fact recommending to everyone at this point) is Bentley… (oops, pardon me, that meant to be) BENSON (!) Union. To terminate the investment, one needs to click on the corresponding link in the “My Deposits” section of the account and funds will get transferred to the “available for withdrawal” balance automatically.
First off all (and in all fairness), another credit goes to BENSON Union from financial point of view, as this investment was a success for me personally and for a lot more people, who appreciated the program’s setup and expected good thing to come from it over the long term. This was a whooping 70%+ of pure profit on $510 investment, within just under 3 months in my case. However at this time, the situation here is so bad in my opinion, that I even decided to “sacrifice” the 25% withdrawal fee of my principal, because I do not think that in this case, the remaining operational time for this program will be sufficiently long to “outpay” even the 75% of my initial deposit.
So, what seems to be the problem with
Bentley… Benson Union, you may ask? Well, it is primarily the support of this program, which is pretty much non existent or at best ignoring, right after you would make a deposit. If you happen to have your own website, especially if it is HYIP related, God forbid you to mention it in ANY shape or form (including polite and decent), because it is the “position” of this administration/support, that the entire body of HYIP media is pretty much just a bunch of “annoying mosquitoes”. These managers make no distinction whatsoever among HYIP publishers, or show a slightest (even formal) respect to them. This is also probably one of the reasons, why we see that the most prominent publishers in the field have been “turning backs” to this program for a while now. This probably also what in turn caused the issuance of those way too frequent lately, “news” and “updates” by the program administration. These actually look more like a “cry for help” and attention from the public, rather that program developments. In short and in summary, a message to Benson administration is the following: “When at Rome do as Romans do“, or else…
Off to the better news and trends now. My recent withdrawal from the “venture” discussed right above, “Bentley-ed” straight into yet another of the current public’s favorite programs – NewGNI. I have been following this program for a long time and finally decided that after all, it is worth a good “shot” at it’s 5 months-plus of being online. I will not go into too many details about this program today, but will do my best in the upcoming review, entirely dedicated to it.
Staying on the topic of new investments, I am (so to speak) testing the Prime Alliance with $100 deposit and I am a bit over half way through on this program’s “Risk Period” of about just two weeks, via their 7% in daily payouts. I of course cannot tell you at this point if any sizable “Royalty” will ever come out of these particular 7 daily, but according to my website readers’ activity, there seems to be at least some degree of “interest” in this program. Just please “watch your horses” on this “pavement”, it is still very freshly made.
Speaking of the real deal “Royalty” and while still on the same topic, my next (I’ll just say Xth) deposit went yesterday and yet again into the Almighty Royalty7. For those not “tired” counting them, this is actually my forth investment cycle since the latest review of the program alone (Part 2). There were a few more of them after the Part 1 review and more so on, all the way back to 2011.
I also wanted to go over some of the regular, program specific news today, but considering that there are no news of absolutely critical importance, as well as to not overwhelm my readers’ attention, I should probably leave this more formal part for another day. I am wishing everyone a good week and I will see you soon.
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