Hyip Reinvestment to Lose or to Win

Updated: 06/15/2015 13:38
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Whenever you finally reached the point when your investment plan expires, you are most commonly offered two choices before the new plan starts: to reinvest and hence to start the new plan or take your money out from the program and leave. Is that so easy actually to make a choice? Whether to reinvest the profit only or to keep it running along with the principal. How would one know what the best time for a HYIP to leave or to stay with for an extra cycle?

Some investors, especially the newbies decide to reinvest again and again when they feel like safe with another cycle closed. Some even choose to higher the stakes. Things like that more likely happen not because of the decision based upon the facts. It only has lots to do with greed. And hat if it's not greed - how would one decide upon the problem?

The best option is to keep record of the investment plans and try to predict how long with this or that one is going to keep on working now. Try to check how many investment cycles have been previously completed by now.

Short-term and mid-term programs

The best investment strategy for a program where major part of the income is reached before the investment plan expiry choosing to reinvest the principal is not the best solution. For programs like that that is a stage when risk for a hyip to get collapsed is maximum as the program experiences highest financial pressure, being forced to pay the principals to members. You need to watch closer if the payment process foes smoothly or not. As you make some observations you can fin out whether a program has enough funds to keep on its running or not. Making a decision to reinvest is never late after some due diligence is made.

Another strategy can be applied for programs, where principal is included into the daily profits. For you it will be easier to take a decision about the financial pressure when the cycle expires. For programs like that it is nearly a must to check the program's popularity on forums and chatboxes, you can also check the advertising activity. In case a program is highly popular and supported by members you can choose to invest immediately as the first investment cycle completes and even make some more deposits, there is no need to wait for the plan to expire. Many investors make multiple deposits to popular top programs like that even before the first investment cycle completes. Yes, it's risky, though it it makes sense for short-term and mid-term hyips with the principal included into the profits.

What would one do if a program completes two cycles and more? What is the choice now. Alexa Rank can be of use now. You can use the Alexa Chart, where you can get some clear vision of the program daily performance, the Quantcast graphs program details in the program cards on HyipNews hyip monitor can be of use as well. Well, of course they can't give a clear idea, however it can serve as the basic principles you can rely upon, when making a decision. If the Alexa Rank is lower than 10000, it is possibly better to wait for some new program to jump in - the answer is simple, in case the program is extremely popular it is growing too fast and very much likely very soon some cash problems may occur.

Longh-term programs

In case with long-term HYIPs, if you manage to complete the investment cycle successfully, the best choice will be to take the principal and part of the profit. Some smaller part of your profits can be left as reinvestment, if you plan to support the program. If you choose to reinvest all, you risk to lose all. It is hardly possible for a long-term program to be running successfully for two investment cycles, so taking the principal out will make your investment experience with this hyip risk-free. The last one long-term hyip running for more than a year was Benson Union with the investment ranges of 238 calendar days. Right now, Poker Automatics is a sample of another long-term HYIP with the maximum deposit term of 180 days and current monitoring period of 298 days. There are exceptions of course: Albion Union with the deposit term of 40-120 days and the entire monitoring period of 580 days. We'll see still how many investment cycles will the program complete.

In order to decide easier whether you can reinvest or not, you need to be constantly informed of what the HYIP programs work now. Constantly check for HYIPNews hyip monitor for modern and best investment opportunities and their status. Check other blogs, forums and listing sites. As you do all that, the decision will be much easier to be made. Apart from that, whenever you watch the updates and check the programs' statuses, you always have a chance to take the principle earlier, if you notice any negative signs for it is always better to leave sooner, not to make it too late!


The article has been written from the point of view of a HYIP investor. As a "hyip gambler" i don't want to stick to reinvesting as a must. Reinvestment should be based upon your choice with no pressure made because money is involved, which is always a good reason to think on your own. At the same time, you need to be aware, if a HYIP admin is running a scam initially, it has nothing to do with investors' power of choice, they will lose it all in any case.

From the point of view of the hyip monitor service, we always choose to reinvest the principals to keep the monitoring running. At the same time we don't risk our money, the deposit is added by program admins, so it makes no sense for the admins not to pay us

To finish with i would like to say the following thing: we all know, the longer HYIP has been running, the closer collapse time is. Thus, the number of principals reinvested theoretically should be less than to more or less new programs. Nevertheless, the final decision is always yours, you will decide upon reinvesting your own money at the end. And remember, before making your reinvest - try not to make your winning game into a losing one! Good luck, dear investors!

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Nicole Berger has over seven years experience writing and editing for online and print media. She has held various editor and associate editor positions in some of forefront independent media publications. A consistently dependable team player, I thrive in a high-pressure environment, enjoy the challenges of meeting deadlines and managing a team, and am comfortable researching, writing and editing on a wide range of topics.
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