Let’s begin by recapping what we know about the DF System investment plan:
- 0.5% to 5.36% per day for 56 work days, an average of 2.93% per work day.
- Estimated break even point = 35 work days or 47 calendar days
- Estimated daily net interest = 0.83% (per calendar day)
The DF System investment plan is the best TYPE of investment plan because your investment is returned to you as part of your daily earnings. Thus, the portion of your investment that is at risk decreases every day and, ultimately, you will break even before the plan ends. In the case of this plan, we estimated that you would break even in roughly seven weeks (out of the total 11-week length of the plan).
The DF System investment plan pays interest in a sensible way. If, indeed, their revenue is tied to investing in the cryptocurrency market, it is logical that it would vary on a day to day basis. If the company doesn’t trade on weekends, it is also logical that it would only have revenue on work days. The investment plan is consistent with this earning situation.
As far as HYIPs go, the estimated DNI of around 0.8% is very sensible. Multiplying it by seven (the number of days per week), you come up with an average weekly net profit of around 5.5%. This level of profit would seem to be satisfactory for the conservative investor. In HYIP Insights #12, we suggested that programs offering investment plans having DNIs of less than 1% would appear to have a very good chance of long-term survival. The DF System investment plan is in that category. So, the program appears to be put together with long-term survivability in mind.
The downside of these relatively modest returns is that the plan is relatively long term — 11 weeks — with a breakeven time of around seven weeks. So, its success as an investment vehicle hinges on its ability to truly be a long-term survivor. Thus, the potential investor should have confidence that the program will survive for three months or so after he makes his deposit. This, of course, is the “gambling” or “game” aspect of HYIP investing. No one can predict program longevity. In our reviews we attempt to provide clues concerning this. But nothing is definite. In HYIP Insights #4 you can find an article about treating HYIP investing as a form of gambling.
Let’s assume that we have some money to burn and that we are convinced that DF Systems will be around for a while. So, we decide to invest $500 in their investment plan. We have already determined that the plan will pay an average return of roughly 2.93% per work day or, in our case, a return of around $14.65 (.0293 x 500). After 35 work days (47 calendar days), we will have received a total of $512.75 (35 x 14.65) and will have broken even. Finally, when the plan is complete, after 56 work days (77 calendar days), our total return will be $820.40 (56 x 14.65), for a net profit of $320.40.
It is important to remember that this example is based on a number of big assumptions. The return that you receive from this plan could be a lot more or less than this. However, this is all we can do in a situation like this where the income you receive is variable. In any case, a ballpark estimate of earnings is a lot better than no estimate at all.
It might be appropriate to note what we try to accomplish in our program reviews. Basically, it is two things and we believe that these are the two things which are most important for the investor to understand. First, we offer comments on the company and the manner in which it claims to generate the revenue it uses to pay its investors. We do this in our “First Thoughts” article about each new program which always precedes our review. There are many people who believe that these “Legends” that HYIPs tell about the manner in which they generate revenue are complete fiction. While this may be true in almost all cases, we always hold out the hope that a real investment opportunity will come along that is based on a solid business. We discussed the idea of an HYIP Legend in HYIP Insights #6. Second, we try our best to explain how the investment plans offered by a company work. We point out their pros and cons, discuss their profitability and risk, and attempt to reach conclusions that we feel might be helpful to the investor. This makes up the meat of each of our reviews.
Getting back to DF System, we have discovered that its investment plan provides sensible returns that could enable the program to survive in the long term. The plan is relatively long term. So, the investor should feel confident that it will, indeed, be a survivor before making an investment.
I hope this information is helpful.
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