When the Pyramids Break Down

Updated: 03/01/2006 09:19
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They break down indeed! Pyramids, created by genius Charles Ponzi, or built by Egyptians, break down sooner or later. Even famous companies or corporations that seem to be more than real end up broke sooner or later. But the pyramids that surround HYIP investor break down logically and in series, as the house of cards, from which the card is pulled. Well, as the pyramids are our reality I decided to think over today and I invite you to do it - to think over how the pyramid is breaking down, and how it's possible to avoid it.

They break down indeed! Pyramids, created by genius Charles Ponzi, or built by Egyptians, break down sooner or later. Even famous companies or corporations that seem to be more than real end up broke sooner or later. But the pyramids that surround HYIP investor break down logically and in series, as the house of cards, from which the card is pulled. Well, as the pyramids are our reality I decided to think over today and I invite you to do it – to think over how the pyramid is breaking down, and how it's possible to avoid it.

Of course, my modest ideas cannot be a guide quality enough to lead notorious scammers that would like to read this article just to avoid destruction of their pyramids. :) This is rather an article for the investors, who should better understand the market rules, as soon as they are to face with the programs of poor quality, being such schemes, they should be prepared to it. In this case, information and experience are arms.

Ideal pyramid is built in different manner than one used by Egyptians. It's built vice-versa. From top to bottom. And each following block, according to pyramid theory, should be connected with other two or three. In this case such connection is realized with the help of referral links and other similar programs. But even the simple connection on the form of enlargement (when 3 investors follow the one) replaces such successive link (which is inherent to matrix.)

Ideal pyramid is built up successively. One person should be on the top and two persons should be at the bottom. The system will enlarge limitlessly in case there are merely two persons. This is the main rule, if you give the funds from the top to the bottom, rather than attract them from the outside.

Basing on this, it's possible to point out few main reasons for the pyramid to destroy – either there will be one person instead of two under some investors (creating links instead of enlarging basis) or the pyramid is not built up successively. For instance, if 100 investors will come at once, but then 50 investors follow them, pyramid will be destroyed.

What if the pyramid doesn't have additional support? In our case additional support is reserve fund, created or attracted by the program's administrator or use the money in case of crisis, when the investors don't come. However, this refers to the case when admin is going to build up a pyramid according to the model of Mr. Charles Ponzi.

Some more or less honest admins (traders) unite their fund and those that they manage to get from investors. In this case the pyramid may be effective, and work long enough – all depend upon admin's desire, and it this case it's quite hard to predict when the pyramid will break down. But it's however possible due to definite issues.

At first, many admins don't care about reserve funds and don't even lie about it. This a wrong position. :) Then, many admins don't want to say what they do with the money and don't want to lie. Is it worth paying attention and the money to such fragile systems? I think, no.

Please pay attention to the tendencies of growth that are officially reflected on the site. Most admins twist these counters without care and without the least hidden motive, but they show themselves from the worse side! What are we to be shown to decide investing in them?

That's right. A TENDENCY. I hope, you understand, which one. Tendency is good and jumping is bad. If they write 4000 investors, this is bad. Where will they take 16000 to bring oyu the money? You may object, that these 4000 will reinvest their money. And what if the program pays 1% daily?

Here we may conclude that the most effective pyramid is the one that attracts the funds from the outside. And if the admin managed to convince you of this – for instance, the site of the program hasn't been working for long but the money is paid, or he showed his accounts and told what he does with the money (this is frequent with private programs), or DID it in some other way, I'm sure this program will bring the profit. Often very few investors in such cases receive nothing. The most part leaves off with the presents. :)

How can investors care that the pyramid won't fall apart? The number one in this list is active participation in attracting referrals. But it's important to think – do you need it and can you afford it? Some investors neglect it, some allow quite unreasonable actions, crying that this is the best program in the world, but then are forced to make excuses, because this is not what they promised. :)

That's it. I hope you will share your thoughts about it and prompt what to do to foresee when the pyramid is going to break down, and how to prevent it. Write us.


About the author

Eric Marriam is a young writer. Even though he is not experienced he is able to make really high quality work. Eric is able to identify a problem people have and break it down, able to appeal to emotion through emotive writing, can change style of writing to cater to different audience. Eric Marriam is able to work creatively and effectively with staff and managers and despite his young age, he proved to be a clear and effective writer and speaker, committed to maintaining quality and efficiency, seeking for professional growth and development.
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