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How to Make Money in HYIPS

How to Make Money in HYIPS

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HOW TO MAKE MONEY IN HYIPs
1 History of HYIPs ..................................................................... pg. 12 What Exactly is HYIP? ............................................................ pg. 33
The Way they Make Money 
..................................................... pg. 34 The Failing Point .................................................................... pg. 55 The Different Types of People in HYIP ................................... pg. 66 HYIP Popularity .................................................................... pg. 87 HYIP Risks ............................................................................. pg. 98 Choosing An HYIP .................................................................. pg. 99 Due Diligence ......................................................................... pg 1010 Investment Strategy ............................................................ pg 1311
E-currencies .........................................................................
pg 1412 Resources ............................................................................ pg 16
 
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HYIP
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H
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rograms are a very interesting concept. Over theyears it has slowly evolved into a very different industry.
HISTORY OF HYIPS 
The concept of High Yield Investments began when capitalism was in its ‘infancy’ state. It was a great way to pool in capital, and invest in an idea that would prove tobe either a success or a failure. In the early 1900s, when someone required somecapital to start a business idea, they would first approach family members. Hopingthat in return, when their business idea does prosper, they would have a share inthe wealth. One of the very first records of such practice was Warren Buffet. Whenhe had the idea to start investing he established a partnership in 1956. He thenproceeded to pool together $105,000 from seven limited partners consisting of Buffett's family and friends. Later he set out additional partnerships which werelater consolidated as Buffett Partnership Limited. Between 1956 and 1969 hisinvestments made in excess of 30% compounded annually, when the market thenwas about 7% to 11%. He achieved this by following the strict investing principlesthought by his mentor Benjamin Graham.Now another person also made a name for himself, while not as brilliant as WarrenBuffett, in a much more notorious sense. His name is Charles Ponzi.Charles Ponzi had the idea of buying US stamps cheap from outside the country andselling it locally at market price. His greed for money enticed him to pool in moneyfrom family and friends to venture further into buying larger amounts. When wordgot out of his so called ‘investment’ a lot of people started to jump at the idea. Ponziproposed to give a high return after 3 months should they choose to invest in his ‘business’. To cut the story short, when his business could not generate the rate of return to the amount of investment coming into his business, and could not keepingup with his commitment to his older investors, he used the money generated fromnew investors receipts to pay off his older investors. And when there was not morenew investors, and the money ran dry, his business began to collapse. You canactually read the history of Charles Ponzi and how the word Ponzi scheme cameabout. (http://home.nycap.rr.com/useless/ponzi/)When the internet came into being, HYIP too began to build its name. While there isno clear record as to when the word HYIP or High Yield Investment Program wasfirst coined, it is believed to have started sometime early in the year 2000. Recordsshow that a popular HYIP forum was started in 2002 thus the name HYIP mighthave caught up its popularity thereafter.
 
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What Exactly is HYIP? 
HYIP is basically a program where the aim is to accumulate money or capital fromthe masses for a venture or an idea. And in return, the program will promise these ‘investors’ a certain or fix return on their money deposited with the program.Most if not all HYIP that are transacted over the internet are not regulated and Idoubt that it will ever be. The interesting part is that it seems that the HYIPcommunity or HYIP investors themselves are indirectly regulating this industry.While they can not enforce this industry, the community works together to informand be informed on which programs are good and which are not. If the program isnot living up to it promises to members, words gets out to the mass and theprogram might suffer.
offers to help regulate these programs that are currently on the internetinforming the masses which programs are paying and which are not paying or howwell is the program performs with certain indications posted on the monitoring sites.HYIP has been deemed, branded and said to be a scams, ponzi and pyramidschemes. But yet, HYIP still continue to draw in a lot of new investors whileretaining some of the veteran investors. And that is what makes it an interestingindustry.
The Way they Make Money 
As stated, HYIP exist to accumulate capital from the masses to venture in abusiness idea. Most of the time, if you take out the Ponzi factor, these programsCLAIM that they are making money from the following:
Forex trading
Stock ,Index and Comodities trading
Internet Ventures
Sports Betting
Betting ArbitrageSo the real question remains; is it possible to make these kinds of returns? Again,taking the Ponzi factor away, it seems to be possible.Let’s take forex trading as an example because this is what the majority of programs claim to be making money from. If you do a search on Forex tradingstrategy or system, you will come across loads of sites that sell systems and tradingstrategies that claim that they can make x amount of money a month using their

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