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Episode Info: HYIPs can be an easy way to make money from the couch. **We’re getting HYIP, man, but how do we do it? What sort of resources should you use to find HYIPs?** There are several categories of resources and I’ll provide some recommendations within each of them to help you make it easy to find. Monitors: Look at reviews and ratings of HYIPs. *HYIP Scope * GoldPoll Literally the title says it all. View the status all monitors at a glance. Forums: Talk with other investors and admins. Dream Team Money Money Talk World iTalkMoney HYIP Mutual Funds Like a traditional mutual fund but..for HYIPs Diversity Fund Better Bits Club Hybrids A combo of the above. Buy private “shares” in the company View monitor Forum Chat Passive-Earner My portfolio: Best e-moneys 150% share Link credits to add your ref link Vote ratings (1-5 stars) Add comments Report Problem Upgrade VIP My Traffic Value Monitor Forum: Fast Track Queue (130%) Buy Royalty Positions $0.0007 each as of May 2019 Buy Premium Listing Groups on Facebook (or Discord Chats) The “new school” forum Diversity Fund Official Group Page Better Bits Club: Passive-Earner Group: ProcrastiN8rs: *How do you know if a program is going to be “stable” 1. Look at how many days the program has been running Anything less than a week is danger zone (get in early, get out fast) Anything less than a month is proceed with caution (it could be coming to an end soon) Any program that lasts more than a month is usually pretty stable, meaning you may be able to still profit from it, even though you weren’t in first, but don’t go too deep. 2. Look at the numbers How much is the total ROI? 130% max is really the target for a long-term HYIP. Anything more than that is gonna close fast (less than a week) and possibly never even pay out. How much are they offering in returns daily? 2-3% is the Goldilocks zone and no more than around 5%. Any more than that and you’rte really playing the lottery. The higher the return, the higher the risk. Are your profits held until the end of the investment or paid out daily? Generally speaking, programs that hold your funds until the term ends are riskier. It means you can’t cash out anything until x amount of days. *3. Compare * Things to keep in mind when searching: Look out for fake reviews: Overly glowing reviews Some admins from other programs hire people to call their competitio...
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