Before joining a HYIP program it is good to consider what your strategy is. Your HYIP strategy is about managing expectations, about possible profit and the risks the strategy brings along. There are a lot of different ways to approach HYIP programs. We divided them, using 3 parameters:
There are big differences between the return rates that HYIP programs promise.
These offer between 0.5-5% return on daily basis. These programs survive around 20 to 100 days. These programs run and pay out for a long time but the profits are also small. The risk to lose everything at once is thus relatively low.
These offer between 5-30% on daily basis. These programs survive around 5 to 30 days. These programs run and pay for some time, but they might stop paying after a short while. There are good profits to make but the risks are also higher.
These offer between 30-300% on daily basis. These programs survive around 1 to 10 days. These programs run for a very short time, and the chance you don’t see anything back from your money is quite high. On the other hand, if you are one of the first to invest you can double or triple your money in a very short amount of time.
You can go all-in and invest everything in 1 HYIP. However, most investors spread their risks and invest a smaller amount in multiple HYIP programs. Investing in multiple HYIP programs allows you to participate in both low-rate and high-rate HYIP programs.
An aggressive investor would for instance invest 70% in high or very high HYIP programs and 30% in low rate HYIP programs.
A conservative investor would for instance invest 30% of his portefeuille in high or very high HYIP programs and 70% in low rate HYIP programs.
Some HYIP programs allow you to to withdraw your money. Withdrawing your money at the right moment is the key for successful HYIP investing. With the statistics provided by allhyipdata.com you can track the popularity of your hyip and withdraw your money before the program will collapse.
Conservative HYIP investors will withdraw every day or every week some money to make sure they don't end op in the end with nothing.
Aggressive HYIP investors will reinvest their profit up to a point where they expect the HYIP is very likely to collapse, this way maximising their profit, but also taking the risk of ending up with nothing.