Recently you could read the EN “First Thoughts” article on the ZetBull platform, where we mentioned the investment plans offered to all of participants and potential investors. Let’s refresh some things in mind:
The next step we usually do is to take a look into investment offers and here you have a pretty wide range of them:
DAILY investment plans
ZET1 $10.00 – $5,000.00 1.50% daily 20 business days
ZET2 $50,000.00 – $100,000.00 2.00% daily 35 business days
ZET3 $100,000.00 – $200,000.00 2.50% daily 55 business days
AFTER investment plans
ZET4 $100,000.00 – $200,000.00 650.00% daily 35 business days
ZET5 $50,000.00 – $100,000.00 1500.00% after 55 business days
ZET6 $25,000.00 – $50,000.00 3000.00% after 70 business days
ZET7 $12,500.00 – $25,000.00 6500.00% after 100 business days
ZET8 $5,000.00 – $12,500.00 16000.00% after 160 business days
VIP investment plans
VIP555 $300,000.00 – $500,000.00 555.00% after 20 business days
VIP1555 $200,000.00 – $300,000.00 1555.00% after 35 business days
Now you can see that among ALL of them, only ZET1 plan has a minimum deposit amount below $1000.. Therefore one should not be a super smart person to understand that this will be the most used plan here. And only 1% to 2% of investors pool would have deposits in other plans..
Please note that all plans work on business days. Therefore, in our next part – the review Part 1, we will definitely take this into account when calculating all the metrics.
From here we can continue to our math with ZET1 plan
This Plan works on Business days (Monday-Friday) and have “Principal Back” at the end of term. Therefore, we need to convert business days to calendar days by multiplying the number of business days by a 30/22 conversion factor. If you do this, you will get ~27.3 calendar days, which we can round up to 27 days. Well done, now the plan looks clearer to newbies especially.
On ZET1 plan you earn 1.5% interest per day, the Net Interest that you will receive in the 27 days ( or 20 business days ) would be 30% (1.5% x 20 business days). As it often goes with “Principal Back” plans, you Break Even when your deposit is returned to you – meaning after 27 days – at the end of the plan.
Since 30% is your Net Interest for this plan, you can do a simple math to get Your Total Return On Investment (ROI = Total Net Interest + Principal Back) is 130% (30% + 100%). You get it in 27 Calendar days or 20 business days.
Now, let’s check DNI (Daily Net Interest). If you divide 30% by 27 days, you get that the average Daily Net Interest (DNI) for the plan is ~ 1.1%. This means it is a Medium interest plan according to our DNI scale (read more of EN HYIP Insights article #12 Part 3 and Part 4). That’s important to know for those of you who like to diversify between Low, Medium and High interest plans (short, medium and long term investments)
There is nothing hard to check all details of AFTER plans of ZetBull , which it also has.. Those plans must be used by a smaller % of investors’ pool in case the platform gains enough popularity and credibility, providing stable work with AFTER plans as well as Daily ones.. As it always happens that way.. So leave your comments, especially if you are using or already used different plans here.
Enough for today.. In Part 2 of this ZetBull Review we will bring more information which will be useful for those of you who could already join this platfom… Please stand by..
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