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WHY LOW INTEREST HYIPS DO NOT BRING PROFIT

Long-term hyips and their troubles in getting profit, how they work, reasons long-term hyip investment is no longer trendy, what investors should do

Projects with restrained marketing have long been considered the most reliable and efficient in the HYIP industry. It was these funds that formed the basis of any investment portfolio and worked in all seasons when mid-term and fast projects got blacklisted in a blink of an eye. But now the situation has changed and it seems that the low interest rates have lost their positions. What happened to long-playing HYIPs and can they work profitably in modern realities? Answers to such questions will be sought in this article.

How do low-interest projects work?

HYIP industry does not stand still and its trends change regularly. But if earlier we observed small changes in the form of special attention to telegram bots, projects on smart contracts, a certain marketing, now the situation has changed globally. Investors have ceased to believe in low incomes and therefore long-term marketing simply do not stand up and turns into scam. A number of very promising low-percentage programs, unfortunately, have not been able to adequately work out this season.Popular projects with excellent preparation, experienced administrators and active support of referrals did not justify the hopes placed on them and showed not the results that were expected of them. And these are not some unaware HYIPs, but real giants who did not justify the credit of trust issued to them.

Why are long-playing HYIPs no longer trendy?

If you look at the situation objectively, then indeed, today there are much greater chances of getting profit from “fast” than from low-interest hyips. To play in a long-term project it makes no sense to go in small amounts, and in short-term projects even some small deposit will allow you to get a good profit. Therefore, a logical question arises: why risk large sums of money and wonder for months how can you get it back if you can collect a portfolio of short-term HYIPs and earn small amounts of money with reduced risks?

It is no secret to anyone that the era of low-income projects passed long time ago and such marketing does not justify itself. Both investors and admins themselves understand this. It takes a lot of time, efforts, and money to prepare a quality low-income company, whereas with “fasts” and mid-term projects it’s much easier. Let’s not forget that investors are attracted primarily by marketing, and if it is not profitable, then no preparation will help the admins to set up the flow of investments.

As practice shows, low interests, which have been working for years have become the exception to the rule. Several factors have led to this situation:

  • The competition between administrators increases. And you do not need to be a genius to guess that in the current realities, it is much more profitable for not only investors, but also admins, to work with mid-term and fast hyip investment programs. Such projects are more dynamic and allow you to earn faster. Why wait for profits for years if you can set up a pipeline of short-term HYIPs and regularly be in profit?
  • Investors are spoiled by good interest. If earlier there were not so many projects and, more likely, administrators set the tone for the HYIP industry, now the investor chooses where to invest money – there are enough projects to any taste.
  • The cryptocurrency also contributed its spoon of tar into a barrel of honey. The crazy opportunities that digital money showed us in 2017 have lured many HYIP investors into cryptocurrency trading. Indeed, even though the coins are now experiencing hard times, buying coins and waiting for them to grow is much more pleasant than taking risks in a low-income hyips.
  • Let’s not hide that the number of scams today is much more than five years ago. Because of this, investors have become more cautious and often not willing to risk large sums. They prefer to split the investment portfolio into several HYIPs, thus diversifying the risks. And as we know, there is nothing to do with a $10-20 deposit in low-income companies.

What should investors do?

A series of scams from giants with big names leads to the conclusion that at present, low-income projects are not able to work. And in this case neither the experience of the admin, nor the brilliant preparation will save them – long-term marketing is simply not interesting for investors. Does this mean the death of low-income hyips? We will not make hasty conclusions, but it seems that in dealing with such HYIPs it is worth taking a time out. Perhaps admins need to change their approach and inject some kind of zest into the funds with small interests, make such projects more attractive for investors and stimulate their interest.

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