Make money online through Investing – Getting Started

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Make money online through Investing – Getting Started

You want to make money online through investing?

This is certainly possible. The first thing you need to do is to cool down. Take a pause and forget everything you heard about getting rich qickly.

Investing is a long term process. That means it needs time and work.

You will need the skill of self-control in order not to insist on your own emotions, e.g. feelings of euphoria, which often prevent real recognition.

Also, it’s important that you keep in mind that there is no “best program” and also there are many fake companies out there.

Types of online investment programs

There are 5 types of online investment programs:

High Yield Investment Programs (HYIPs)
Game & Matrix Programs (Cycler etc.)
Get Paid To Programs (e.g. Pay to Click)
Ad Revenue Sharing Programs (Adshares)
Hybrid Programs (Mixed Programs)

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In other words, online investments, like any other investment form, are subject to a certain risk. Although everything in the world and every company has a naturally limited lifetime, the online investment market is very fast-moving. You can keep in mind: The higher the profit, the faster a program runs through its life phases.

The lifetime of a program depends on its Cash flow is the net amount of cash and cash-equivalents moving into and out of a business.. If the cashflow increases, the risk decreases and if the cashflow decreases, the risk increases. The reason for this is that all online investment programs are either entirely or at least to a certain extent based on a Ponzi scheme.

The cashflow depends on the life phase of a program. There are 5 life phases every program runs through:

1. Structural Phase
2. Growth Phase
3. Saturation Phase
4. Delay phase
5. Expiration Phase

Normally, the lowest risk to enter a program is between the end of the first and the middle of the second life phase of a program. Thereafter, and particularly from the beginning of the saturation phase, the risk is often no longer acceptable. At the very latest in the delay phase, it is not advisable to invest any more in an online investment program. Also, the risk is very high at the beginning of its structural phase.

I hope you understand now what I mean with the words “investing needs time and work“. You will need time to learn recognizing the different life phases of a program.

It is also important to know that losing money through investing is normal and it will happen also to you. In fact, it is a part of your process of learning the game. Our goal is that you earn more money than you lose. As soon as you learn to make profits constantly you become an investor.

If you are a beginner I can recommend you to follow the following principles:

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  • Invest only money that you are willing to lose
  • Split your investments into several different programs


Which program should you choose?

The following criteria should be considered when choosing a program:

  • How long is the program already on the market? -> between the end of the first and the middle of the second life phase is the best time for an investment
  • How many people are investing in the program? -> the more the better
  • Are there any offline events? -> investors gain more trust in a program when they get the people behind a program to know
  • Have there been any problems / changes lately? -> many changes, eg on the compensation plan or a version 2.0 are indications for the expiry of a program
  • How professional is the presentation of the website and the backoffice? -> the better the more effort was put into the development

Again, don’t forget that online investing is work. You won’t reach high profits for free. You have to invest not only your money but also your time to study programs constantly.

As the decision for a program isn’t easy for a beginner, I recommend you to choose one of the programs from our section “Top Projects“. This section contains only projects that are tested by me and my team on a regular basis and fulfill the criteria mentioned above.

I wish you much success in investing. Don’t forget: It’s normal to lose money, the important thing is to earn more than you lose!

Happy earnings! 🙂

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Hi, I'm CashGeek. I'm an successful investor since 4 years. My goal is that you become a successful investor, too. Start with my Getting Started Guide.