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Feb 21, 2013
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Welcome to our Newsletter
I apologize for the length and thoroughness of this newsletter, which can be tedious for some, but many of my subscribers are from Facebook and Twitter and are inexperienced in this kind of investment, and this leads me to be more detailed.

P.S.
As a new subscriber of our newsletter, I will send attached for your convenience the latest. Please, keep in mind that several days have passed and that the information provided may be out of date.

 
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Long Term Hyip
Long Term Hyip are generally programs with periods of investment over 50-70 business days and usually pay interest between 0.7-2%. Below 50 business days we can categorize as Mid-Term Hyip, while above 2%, you have to take into account that due to the exhaustion of the resource in shortest time of the deposit and the tendency to explode soon to the attractiveness of the plans , we should refer to a Mid-Term, i.e. to the period of time more limited, maximum 3/4 calendar months. We understand how our strategies should be made in relation to the life expectancy of a HYIP depending on the sustainability of their plans and the general quality characteristics, rather than the periods stated. Famous examples out there, Inc Avo 3% and Enr-G 2.2% daily, paying for 3 and 4 months respectively. However, it is also important for a Long-Term, the term of the investment cycle determined by them, especially if it is expected the return of the "Principal", which is a crucial moment and often marks the default. It can be assumed that a program keeps paying until the revenues from new deposits compensate satisfactorily outputs, so it can be convenient for a Long-Term HYIP in growth, return the first deposits, usually not large sums, while you must keep in mind that the investments for monitoring purposes are a continuous loop until the end of the program. Conversely, there are programs that despite having period as Short-Term can last as a Long-Term for a low real interest rates paid. For example, a program that pays 7.5% for 15 business days including the main deposit (e.g. maxinco.biz), 12.5% net profit, or 0.8% every business day, it is a sustainable plan for a long time. However, this kind of program tends to last less than a Long-Term classic for the possibility for the investor not to re-make the deposit after a number of cycles and the differences that can be generated between business days or calendar days that the most often characterize these Hyip.
 
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The best strategy
In any case, the best strategy that I would recommend in my experience is based first on a careful selection. The Long-Term Hyip are those necessarily have to resemble as much as possible to a real investment company, they should have the various parameters that we consider for all HYIPs, namely, Hosting, protection, advertising, Operation etc., the highest standards in their field. Assuming a long-term, the period of time to exploit is large, then you should not be in a hurry to enter. The balance between what is lost by delaying the entry of for example 30-45 days, (but wait up two months is not wrong), and what sometimes gets lost coming too soon because it can happen that the project, though ambitious does not take off and close early, contrary to the expectations of the same Admin, is in my experience, better in the first case. Ultimately if we believe that a HYIP may last several months, 1-2 months less revenue is not prejudicial, and the increased awareness gained are important to make the investment or not and in what amount. Seeing in fact that the program is said, has a gradual growth on the forums, monitors, blogs, social networks, etc., is almost guaranteed that it will at least until the end of the 1st cycle of investment. I believe that once taken these precautions could be invested in this type of Hyip more money than the Short-Mid-Term, ie also 300-400 $ / € that allow good profits despite lower rates. Even in this case, to have as their objective to gain the 30-50% assumed in the previous Newsletter, and therefore the choice of the best time frame is definitely a good strategy. Of course everyone has their own different limits of the amounts of risk and profits to which it aspires, but the large sums and being greedy change the rules of the game, always to the detriment of the investor and it is only through experience that these limits can be extended. For example, I think that once you reach 70-100% of the net profit, if possible, is a good thing require the deposit even by paying a fee, for example, 50% or more. Surely you earn.
 
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A Pratical Example

Let us now a practical example with one of the best HYIP, Benson Union. This pays 1.2% for business days from 18 January 2012 for a $ 200 deposit. Investing after 40 days, such as the February 28, to this day I earned $ 63 less that is $ 583 (243 biz days) - $ 63 (26 biz days) = $ 520 which is always a good profit. Conversely, if unfortunately the program was shut down after 2 months, I had a loss greater than $ 52, that is $ 200 - 34 = $ 166 loss instead of $ 200 - 86 = $ 114 loss if I deposited 4/5 days after the start-up and test spend . In a nutshell, if positive, I lose something, ($ 63 earned less), but I have definitely a lot more knowledge, as was said above, to decide whether and how to invest or even start a 100% compounding. In the worst case, I risk losing $ 52 in addition, but I will have much more information to avoid it. This means balancing the risk, which in HYIP is very high. Regarding the compounding, it is feasible in cases safer, but must serve, or to reduce the time spent in a hyip or to invest, for example, half sum and then start cashing out when this is much more substantial or even doubled, but not, thinking naively, to earn astronomical sums. An example that I myself have implemented with Benson Union will be topic in an upcoming newsletter.

 

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