MAJOR LOSSES OF THE WEEK

Updated: 04/21/2011 14:12
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Many experts note that there is a slight decline in activity of high-yield industry these days. For regular investors this means that they need to adjust

Many experts note that there is a slight decline in activity of high-yield industry these days. For regular investors this means that they need to adjust their investment strategy. For occasional investors and newbies this means that they should be cautious and careful. Any deposit should be made only after careful investigation and considering all the pros and cons.

Four projects at once have been shut down this week: Agromatica, RebelFunds, INQInvestments, MidasGoldFund. All of them were not extremely popular and were gradually showing signs of withering. Agromatica has not posted any updates for several weeks. It offered just 0.5% daily profit and left itself little chance having lost the initiative immediately after the problems with LibertyReserve. Actually, their last update was about problems of LR in early April.

MidasGoldFund, on the contrary, released its latest update right before the first payment delays, which grew into the non-payment. Naturally, the update was positive and did not report on any difficulties with financing or operation of the site. The website is actually still operating. On the one hand, it leaves hope for its return, which would be a miracle, but on the other hand, means that the administration continues gathering deposits without resuming payments.

INQInvestments and RebelFunds, were perhaps the most unnoticeable programs in this unpleasant list. As a result, their closures do not provide any food for thought and drawing lessons. Although, it was quite difficult to figure out the plans of the admin of INQInvestments from the very beginning of its operation. Two sites and incoherent presentation of the information on the website could not make it possible for this project to take the lead and win the confidence of investors. And as you can see, that did not happen.

The operators of RebelFunds invested money in promotion, but were probably hoping for a quick process of gathering a lot of money. Nothing remarkable.

, HYIPNews.com


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