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The Alysdax Investment Plans.

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

Alysdax offers six online investment plans.  They are different lengths and, the longer the plan, the higher the daily interest that the investor receives.  All of the plans return the investor’s deposit at the end of the plan.  The minimum investment is $25 and the maximum is $50,000 (which essentially means unlimited).  A quick look at the online calculator on the website tells me that the interests that are paid are such that the program would have the potential to be a long-term survivor. 

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The page of the website describing the Alysdax investment plans is overly complicated as everything is tied into their affiliate program.  And, typical of online investment programs, you can increase your income by creating a large team of investors in your downline.  To keep things simple and, as we always do in our reviews, we will review the Alysdax program from the point of view of the online investor who is operating alone.  If you do happen to create a significant downline, you will earn more than what we predict here.  In that case, you can refer to the website for the details of how their affiliate program works. 

The six Alysdax investment plans pay the following daily investment rates which, as we already indicated, depend on the length of the plan you choose.

  • Length of plan             Daily interest
  • 30                                0.79%
  • 60                                0.99%
  • 90                                1.14%
  • 120                              1.19%
  • 150                              1.24%
  • 180                              1.29%

It looks like you can withdraw from an investment plan at any time you please.  However, it appears that there is a penalty for doing this.  The website FAQ says the following about early closure of an investor’s account:

EARLY PORTFOLIO CLOSURE

The AlysDax system operates according to the optimal strategy for achieving profit on investment portfolios. The option of early closure is included on all portfolios from the second day after the first profit accrual.
The penalty is withdrawn at the time of early closure of the portfolio and is calculated according to the algorithm using averaged indicators.

This is NOT clear at all.  There doesn’t appear to be a precise penalty for early closure.  My guess is that there is a severe penalty for early closure of the higher interest plans to prevent an investor from taking advantage of the high interest rate and then withdrawing his funds before the end of the plan.  I didn’t check into this further. 

Analysis of the Alysdax Investment Plans.

Let’s look at the daily interest rate associated with each plan and see how much of your investment you will recover in the plan’s lifetime.  For the 30-day plan, you earn 0.79% per day.  So, after 30 days, you will have recovered 23.7% of your investment.  Obviously, for that plan, you won’t break even until your investment is returned to you at the end of the plan.  The same thing happens with the 60-day plan where, if you do the same arithmetic, you will find that you will recover 59.4% of your investment by the end of the plan.  However, again, obviously, you won’t break even until your investment is returned to you.

Things change for the 90-day plan, both because of the longer term and the higher interest rate.  Multiplying the 1.14% daily interest rate by the 90-day term of the plan, you find that you will receive 102.6% of your investment back by the time the plan ends; you will therefore break even BEFORE the plan ends.  To determine exactly how many days it will take for you to break even, you divide 100% by the daily return if 1.14% to get 88 days, very close to the end of the 90-day term (as you would expect).  The final three higher interest plans work in exactly the same way.  If you go through all the arithmetic, here is what you would find out for each of the Alsydax investment plans: 

  • Plan                 Daily interest rate       Total net interest        Break even
  • 30 days            0.79%                          23.7%                          30
  • 60 days            0.99%                          59.4%                          60
  • 90 days            1.14%                          102.6%                                    88
  • 120 days          1.19%                          142.8%                                    84
  • 150 days          1.24%                          186.0%                                    81
  • 180 days          1.29%                          232.2%                                    78

Finally, let’s take a look at what we refer to as the average daily net interest (DNI) that each of these plans offers you.  There is nothing to calculate here.  Assuming that a plan continues for its full lifetime (which might be a big assumption, especially for the longer term plans), the daily interest that you receive from them will be NET interest since your investment is returned to you at the end of an investment plan.

In Part 2 of this review, we’ll take a close look at the results of this analysis and discuss the strong and weak points of the Alysdax Investment plans.  Please stand by.  Part 2 will be available in a few days.

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