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Wednesday, 28 February, 2007 at 16:18 GMT
This article discusses the signs and the tips how to avoid one of the greatest fraud in HYIP. I am absolutely sure that any person regardless of being a HYIP investor or not has ever heard about this horrible but very talented type of scam.
Friday, 2 February, 2007 at 11:27 GMT
HYIP can be, firstly, a great way to experience success in investing and, secondly, a great possibility to get wealth and financial independence that is very important to anyone. However, HYIP can also be quite risky but if it's done properly it can be quite lucrative. In this article we will discuss the risk in high yield investment programs and how to avoid it without losing...
Sunday, 17 December, 2006 at 09:09 GMT
If we try to make up a list of elements composing a portrait of an ideal investor, what elements would we add? Of course, luck, common sense, experience, hazard and patience. But what proportions should be kept to make this mixture as effective as possible? What is more important - experience or intuition? Hazard or gain? When investor should be driven and inspired by patience...
Monday, 14 August, 2006 at 05:04 GMT
We won't hide that this article revealed from a small forum message, touching a very important topic. This topic may be reduced to a few words, as it has been done by the author of this post: Promise Refunds, Reopen, Not Refund Or Pay... We'd like not only to report our readers this problem, but also give our viewpoint as to prevent you from difficulties and unexpected problems...
Friday, 28 July, 2006 at 05:35 GMT
HYIP is a game, skeptics say. This is a financial, or economy game. Many of those who do not treat HYIP seriously, position it like this. And it's fair. You are fighting for your right to make money, without knowing what cards you have (what program you invested in) - "right" or "wrong". And it could be never known. I mean unless you receive your profit or fail. There are lucky...
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Wednesday, 7 June, 2006 at 13:16 GMT
If we say you that you will find the regulations of the HYIP world in this article, we'd lie. Such thing a "different opinions" exists in HYIP world, and scientists may call it differently, but it means that various people and various investors may have different viewpoint on the same thing. Besides, people often stay on the opposite sides of a barricade.
Monday, 27 March, 2006 at 18:07 GMT
Spam is a word which occupies the second or the third position after the word SCAM in investor's lexicon. At any rate, we (investors) use it so often, and suffer from it, that it is impossible to imagine the spheres of our life without spam. Thus, we will speak about this cursed spam today.
Friday, 17 March, 2006 at 09:31 GMT
Any programmer knows what is algorithm and probably many educated people also know what it is. But not every person thought over the fact that algorithm allows in many cases escape the problems related to the factors that are not significant in principle, but may significantly influence decision-making and violate your strategy. I think that investor strategy is an important...
Wednesday, 1 March, 2006 at 09:19 GMT
They break down indeed! Pyramids, created by genius Charles Ponzi, or built by Egyptians, break down sooner or later. Even famous companies or corporations that seem to be more than real end up broke sooner or later. But the pyramids that surround HYIP investor break down logically and in series, as the house of cards, from which the card is pulled. Well, as the pyramids are...
Saturday, 18 February, 2006 at 03:02 GMT
Following a good tradition (or, rather genre of journalism or analytics) of creating various TOPs, we decided to make a list of the most popular tricks of on-line scammers. If you will pay much attention to these tricks, you are sure to prolong the living of your deposits. Just to note that the TOP of the tricks popular among scammers represent the tricks not top-down, but...
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