Monday, December 9

HYIP Monitors for Dummies

Hello everyone,

When I woke up early this morning I realized that I haven't wrote long time any article from series together with Chris, AKA - ex hyip-pulse. Today is perfect day to write some article from his series. In this article he explains basic principles of HYIP monitoring. Before you start reading I must remind one important thing - monitors work for their profit, not yours. Remember that and keep reading.

HYIP Monitors are just what they sound like, they monitor HYIPs. Usually they charge fees and have different categories in which they place these programs. For example, for $10 you get a trial listing with paid postings in forums. For $50 you get a premium listing, get a free 125×125 banner, and paid postings in forums. And lastly, they have “Exclusive” listings which cost upwards of $100 and gets lots of more stuff to go along with it and paid postings. Now these categories can differ from one monitor to another, and of course those are just examples I have showed you.

HYIP Monitors also have ranking systems. These are usually based on the total amount received from the program. Some include referral commissions, some don’t. Are there benefits to this? If referral commissions are added, then this will rank the program more on their popularity. If they are ranked by interest only from the original deposit, then the top programs are usually short term. Remember, every monitor is different. Take the time to analyze and decide for yourself which ones you like the best.

So is there really such thing as the “perfect” monitor? No. It is your responsibility to do your own due diligence and find a few reliable monitors. How? Simply go to allhyipmonitors.com and see how fast they list a program as “scam” or “problem”. The first few should suffice. Now that you have a handful of quickly updating monitors, find some blogs to subscribe too. This will keep you updated with the industry news almost daily. A few blogs could be: hyipingmoney.com, moneymonitor, and MNO.

Investors’ Perspective
A good investor would usually pay attention to blogs more, and check monitors to make sure a program is paying. Stupid investors think they should just look at the programs listed higher and they will be guaranteed profit. We know this is not the case always.

Also, investors strive for programs listed on a lot of monitors, since they can see the admin has lot of money to spend on advertising. This could be a good thing, although also could show the sign of a fast scam, just be careful.

HYIP Admins’ Perspective
Corruption: Unfortunately, where there’s money, there’s criminals. Yes, there are monitors that work with HYIP admins, to bring more money into there programs even after they scammed. So HYIP admins are glad to bribe monitors to keep them on paying status longer. Admins also tend to post fake payouts on monitors, to gain more trust and investors. These admins are usually cheap scammers that don’t get any investors in profit.




In the end I want to add my personal opinion - HYIP Monitors are bad, really bad. Mostly all of them are so called "scam monitors" what keep paying status even all people are scammed to increase profit. I underlined most important lines from this article - good (smart) investor will always pay attention to blogs, stupid investor will just check paid monitor amount and higher listings. TAKE THAT IN MIND, REPEAT - TAKE THAT IN MIND. I'm not saying that you should start to read blogs and follow them, but if you want to loose money you can trust just  monitors and every time you will fail more and more. Monitors take admins money and keep paying status long time even after anyone else is scammed. Trusting monitors is like trusting stranger on street what you met for first time in your life. 


*I'm not author of original article, original author for article is Chris from ex hyip-pulse.com, article is republished with his acceptance.


Thank you for reading,

David
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3 comments:

  1. I agree with this article - they work for just their profit!!!

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    1. Anonymous12/09/2013

      They dont work, they just take withdraws

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  2. That's right David, I invested my own money - as I do it in 90% of listed programs. It's just a game and we have to know how to play it. I am sure they didn't (and won't) received enough money to close the program now so there is a chance to survive X-mass. Of course, only in case if no newbies will invest big money there - this is the main reason of getting scammed all of us prematurely.

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