A borderline between caution and superstitions

A while ago I began talking about fear experienced by investor in investment process. I think not a single HYIP-participant avoided this psychological state. Fear and prudence are a kind of protective barrier against uncertainty. With experience, investors start to feel the borderline between caution and prejudice, though sometimes they still have to balance between these two substances…

First of all, let’s find out the difference between caution and superstitions from scientific point of view. In order to do it, we’ll search for their definitions in online vocabularies. So…

Caution means prudence and restraint in actions and decisions; close attention or vigilance to minimize risks.

Source – http://www. thefreedictionary. com/caution

Superstition is an irrational belief that an object, action, or circumstance not logically related to a course of events influences its outcome.

Source – http://www. thefreedictionary. com/superstition

According to definitions, caution is readiness of a person to accept unexpected situation and find the way out of it. Such cases do not provoke extreme feeling of danger as he/she knows possible outcome.

Still, HYIP-industry is an unexplored field and superstitions are inevitable in it. By their essence superstitions have emotional and rational sides. Rational basis is easier to understand: investments are directly connected with deposits, i. e. money. Internet business – though it is in the process of finding its niche – has not won perfect reputation. One more fact is that online investment is carried out virtually and people with their social nature are not always able to realize whether everything is fine in absentia. The only one true way to get everything sorted out is to get enrolled into self-education. A person who is dealing with investments should have a precise aim, priorities and necessary methods of achieving it. And no winder that you will play by the rules provided by the industry.

An emotional aspect in causing prejudice is associated with psychological features of investors. Work with HYIP is in most cases similar to the lottery and whatever hard you try to tip chance on your side, people will lose something to find something else. Emotionality of a potential investor makes him/her switch off mind and intuition and follow traditional views of “outside audience”:

1) HYIP is fraud and useless waste of time

2) High-yield projects do not bring money

3) Even if HYIPs return some interest on principal, it is not a full-seize return

It is impossible to give an exact answer to these points. Nevertheless, it does not mean that you have to be categorical in judgments.

I am sure, an experienced HYIP-investor will not argue on the topic “Is HYIP an illusion or a reality?” because the world and everything in it are built by certain logical, physical, physiological laws, still everything is relative. The essence of a winning position in hyip comes to filtering “slag”, legends (sometimes, excepting them as they are) and counting possible profitable options in regard of material features: technical part, approach to its preparation, balance of rates and administrator’s attitude (including his previous experience).

All the same, is there any borderline between caution and superstition? Or are they the same oddities that often prevent us from taking a sane look at a situation?

Personally I think that in our case the borderline is correct proportions between reason and emotions. Actually, maybe there is nothing supernatural but people tend to think up what is missing without getting to the core. Primary essence of HYIP-industry is a platform for making money. The one who joins it consciously, learns a lesson from his/her mistakes, keeps up with time and progresses to profi. From his/her viewpoint a sought-for borderline is defined on a subconscious level.

Good luck in your deals and be in a spiritual harmony, dear readers!

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