Rule 1. You can only join the HYIPs, which don’t pretend to be serious companies, otherwise you won’t succeed.
Rule 2. Deposit the amount you can afford to lose. In fact when you place a deposit to HYIP, just think of it as if if you’ve already lost it. Don’t think of joining a HYIP for the sake of earning money.
Rule 3. It’s generally prohibited to join a HYIP if you are out of money and your financial state is below the poverty line. The opportunity to deposit money and lose them is the prerogative right of wealthy men.
Rule 4. If you are searching for different sources of passive income, consider depositing not more than 1% all the assets deposited to HYIPs.This number will show you exactly the amount of funds you can risk with.
Rule 5. Joining a HYIP is better on its early stage. Though this rule is only applied to HYIPs, which show signs of further development: good marketing policy, decent budget, due diligence is required.
Rule 6. Don’t ever join a HYIP if it’s on the peak of development. If you see lot’s of people are already in profit with the HYIP it is more likely too late to join this project.
Rule 7. Try to withdraw your funds from a HYIP as soon as possible. First of all try to withdraw your principal, once it is allowed. remember the main thing here is not to earn but to save yoru initial capital.
Rule 8. Don’t be greedy! It’s better to earn less than to lose all.
Rule 9. It’s better to spread your deposit among several HYIPs, using the risk diversification method. If you think of earning with HYIPs this option is the most acceptable.
Rule 10. Don’t trust the owners and admins of HYIPs. They will never tell you the truth when a HYIP is about to close. Instead they will cheat you saying everything is ok, for it’s for their benefits. Even the slightest notice saying about any problems meay lead to sooner collapse and as the result the closure of the project.
Hope these rules are helpful to HYIP newbies. If you have other experience about online investment, then leave your comment below to help more investors.