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What’s Fake in High Yield Trading !!

As the name says High Yield its pretty clear that the activities that are done are making high returns… But at what cost that the real question. Many promotional offers commonly haunt common man’s inbox today saying that ” We have a High Yield Programme ” which provides high returns upto 40 % a week or 300 % of the face value of the investment.  Such programme’s do not really exit, not because its not possible to achieve this success percentages but the probability of winning at this percentage is very much low. In fact you can say its 98 % failure all the time and 2 % possible that too by certain experts if favored by their luck .  The biggest false promotion comes when the programme runners promise the investor about its 100 % safety !!!

Imagine if such programme’s existed, why would richest people like Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Warren Buffet, George Soros work so hard in expansions and mergers. Why dint they just get in touch with such people and grow they fortune to 300 % a annum, and not just 30 % annum what they are currently doing.

Dear Investor’s do not fall in clutches of the so called high yield bond traders, forex traders, stock traders who commit you get rick scheme by their so called non- successful business plans. They are good in marketing their ideas, but remember you don’t make money by those people, instead you will loose what you had earned . As the simple rule in life, ” if you got a magical wand in life with you which makes you all money that you desire, why would you expose it to any one !”  Then why are these people exposing this to you… ?

The real point is, High Yield trading does exist, but there is difference in in the returns offered based on tenure. however no unrealistic returns are really possible like 300 % in 1 day or 2..

So this is a simple eye opener to common masses that high yielding programmes do not exist which promise  too much in too low time..




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