Those involved in the HYIP industry for years are well aware that the pre-Christmas time is the low season for both investors and for administrators launching the project. on the contrary, this time is good time for those administrators who are finishing the game.
It is difficult to say when exactly everybody began to withdraw funds before the New Year. Most likely, this process is gradual and eventually has become a tradition. Now all investors try to withdraw all funds onto e-wallets and calmly wait out the holidays, and administrators try to close up the site on the maximum inflow, without waiting for investors to start withdrawing on a massive scale.
But to what point, particular date of the year should we consider the game to be relatively safe (ie, within the usual risk)? Up to 20th December, to 15th December, and may be, until 1st December or even earlier? This issue is of concern of both hypers and administrators. How to find the best time to quit?
Every year I notice the desired pause time for the players postpone further and further from the winter holidays. Now I believe that all December is already highly risky. That is, you’d better avoid such a project when you need to invest in December, and the return of the deposit is planned for the Christmas holidays.
Furthermore, if the project offers a month deposit term, it is not advisable to invest in such projects even in November, as administrators are well aware of hypers’ psychology and would prefer not to return even those deposits, the term of which is to be due in early December. Because they understand that the majority of investors do not go on a new round.
So what turn out, to wait for two months without any deposit and watch the HYPE life in full swing?
Alternatively, there are several categories of projects in which one can participate in the final weeks of the year:
1. Fasts – high-interest programs with short and very short term deposits. So, the projects with tariff period of 1-3 days are especially popular in December. Such programs can function almost until the end of the month. Well, maybe they pause just in the last week of the year. Typically, such projects offer highly profitable plans with a yield of 2-3% per day, and return the deposit after 1-3 days. It is better to participate at once in 3-5 similar HYIPs and as soon as one of them closes, you should stop the game at all, since projects have the properties to go scam in groups.
2. Mid-term projects with short-term depositing — 5-10 days. It is important for the project to be new. It is desirable that there is still at least one day before the end of the year, and preferably two full cycles, in which you should not be involved. For example, if the project has a plan for 10 days, you can try to enter it at the beginning of December, so that on 10th December to leave the project. In fact, until the end of the year there are two full project cycles that you need to miss.
3.Low-interest projects, in case they are relatively new, opened in autumn, and return for tariff plans for first depositors is due already in January next year. For example, the project opened in October and offers investments for three months or more.
4. Major social and financial projects (MLM pyramid) with marketing without returning the deposit and regular payments throughout the year. However it is also better to be on the safe side and not to invest in projects that work more than six months or so.
5. Projects with any return and tariffs which open in the last 1-2 weeks of December. Admins are clearly not stupid and understand that it is not worth expecting significant deposits at the end of the year so they launch projects at this time for a different purpose – to test the project functioning, to advertise them in a more favorable and significantly small competitive environment, so that to start full operation immediately in January.
Of course, all experienced investors have their own rules of investing in HYIPs in the pre-New Year period. Someone just goes to economic lull, someone keeps investing in the above-mentioned categories of HYIPs, so to speak, not to lose the flair.