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The USDSolve Investment Plans.

In our recent “First Thoughts” article about USDSolve, we briefly introduced the company’s investment plans in the following way:

This said, the important thing, I suppose, are the investment plan offerings by USDSolve.  There are six of them.  Three of them pay a daily interest and return your investment at the end of the plan.  The other three pay both your interest and earnings at the end of the plan.  We refer to these latter three investment plans as “after” plans.  Although we will discuss all this in detail when we review the program, it appears that the two HIGHER interest “after” plans are actually LESS profitable than the LOWER interest one.  This is an early warning to potential investors in this program.  Please stand by for our review of the USDSolve program.  We will discuss all this further then.  The review will be ready in a few days.

The website gives the following information on the investment plans:

• Plan #1
• 5% daily for 3 days
• \$10 – \$50
• Principal returned
• Plan #2
• 6% daily for 7 days
• \$50 – \$100
• Principal returned
• Plan #3
• 7% daily for 10 days
• \$200 – \$250
• Principal returned
• Plan #4
• 80% after 10 days
• \$250 – \$500
• Principal returned
• Plan #5
• 100% after 15 days
• \$500 – \$1,000
• Principal returned
• Plan #6
• 230 % after 25 days
• \$500 – \$8,000
• Principal INCLUDED

Analysis of the USDSolve Investment Plans.

As we indicated in the “First Thoughts” article, the first three investment plans are a very different type of animal from the second three.  So, with that in mind, we will analyze the two groups of plans separately.

Daily Interest Plans

If you multiply the daily interest that is paid by the number of days in any of these three investment plans, you will get a number that is less than 100%.  This means that you will not have recovered your investment before the plan ends and, therefore, won’t break even until the plan ends and your investment is returned to you.  So, the end of each investment plan is the breakeven point.

Since you will receive your investment as a lump sum when the plan ends, and assuming that the overall program doesn’t close before the plan ends (this could be a big assumption), you can say that the daily interest that is paid is daily NET interest.  This is what we refer to as the average daily net interest (DNI) of as investment plan.

So, our analysis of the three “Daily Interest Plans” was very simple.  Here are the results:

• Plan                 DNI                  Days to Break Even
• #1                    5%                   3 days
• #2                    6%                   7 days
• #3                    7%                   10 days

“After” Plans

In an “after” plan, since you don’t receive any return at all until an investment plan ends, that will be when you break even.  So, there is no work for us to do to determine when you break even for these plans.

Now, let’s calculate the DNI for each of these three investment plans.  For Plan #4, since your investment is returned to you at the end of the plan, the 80% interest that is also paid to you at that time is your total net profit.  Averaging this out over the 10-day length of the plan by dividing by 10, you get an average daily net interest (DNI) of 8%.  Plan #5 works the same way and will give you a DNI of 6.67%.  Plan #6 is somewhat confusing.  There is a huge jump in the interest that is paid to you at the end of the plan.  However, the website states that this return INCLUDES your investment (the reason it is so large).  So, it is a total GROSS interest whereas the figures given for the previous two “after” plans are total NET interest.  Therefore, to get the total NET interest that you earn from Plan #6, you must subtract 100% from the given value of 230% to get 130%.  Averaging this out over the 25-day length of the investment plan, you get a DNI of 5.20%.

In order to NOT confuse investors and in order to be consistent with the way Plan #4 and #5 are listed, Plan #6 should be listed in the following way (it amounts to the same thing as the way the plan is now presented on the website):

• Plan #6
• 130 % after 25 days
• \$500 – \$8,000
• Principal returned

I hate to say it, but this appears to be a deliberate effort on the part of USDSolve to ENCOURAGE investors to put their money into Plan #6.  As we have seen, since this plan has the LOWEST DNI of the three “after” plans, it is the LEAST profitable one.  This situation emphasizes the importance of ALWAYS determining the DNI for an investment plan.

Here, in summary form, here are the results of our analysis of the three “after” plans.

• Plan                 DNI                  Days to Break Even
• #5                    8%                   10 days
• #6                    6.67%              15 days
• #7                    5.20%              25 days

We will discuss these results of our analysis further in Part 2 of this review of the USDSolve program.  Please stand by.  Part 2 will be ready in another day or two.

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