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There are many options for capital investing. You may put it into a bank, buy stock of some well-known company or buy a piece of art or real estate. However, many potential private investors do not have enough money to make an effective investment: real estate, art and stock of leading corporations are not very easy to afford. Bank interests from moderate sums will be ridiculous.
What shall the private investor do? He/she is isolated from the big game, and small investments do not promise anything but a headache and time waste. Here come HYIP (High Yield Income Programs) to help the prospective investor. Using special Internet services you invest a certain sum of money (entrance limit are very low as a rule) then during the determined term you get an interest from your investment. The interest is paid every day or every week, or monthly. The rates vary from 0.3% up to 3% per day. The investor gets back his/her investment very quickly and then he/she starts getting the pure profit.
Are HYIP profitable? Yes, sure. The private investor has almost no possibility to effectively invest small amount of money and regularly get some good profit out of it. A private person not having enough financial means, reputation, serious business partners, working schemes and contacts is almost completely isolated from serious investment activity and the big game on the stock exchange. By taking part in HYIP the private investor gets a kind of an agent who has the knowledge and possibilities the investor lacks and who makes the investment instead of the private investor.
Is HYIP participation risky? Yes, of course. As any other investment activity the High Yield Income Programs are risky venture. No one will ever guarantee that the money put by HYIP organizers into some project will actually bring the maximum profit. However, the qualified specialists developing the high-yield schemes always reinsure themselves. The part of the means is spent on financial instruments of maximum security that guarantees the investors some minimal safety of their investments.