Accountability, or Not

When talking accountability, an investor can scour over finincial reports with steady stocks like our major banks and gain two ways with patience. They pay investors a dividend on the number of stocks held and their value. For example. Toronto Dominion, or the TD Bank with branches in the US as well, pays out a percentage 4 times a year.

When the actual TD stock value rises, another way to gain. Folks owning that stock also have the option of ‘reinvesting’ those dividends, buying more stock on autopilot or … compounding.

I can study all the bank reports and invest totally online if I wish or I can stroll into the nearest branch and meet with a finincial advisor. He, or she can advise but the ultimate desicion to sell, buy more, or diversify into other stocks is mine and when there’s news of a possible ‘crash’ in the markets … I’m also left to decide to sell or ride it out with no email or call from that financial advisor unless I contact first.

Yep … still risky after absorbing all that information plus due diligence and the advisor talks about that right from the start. Are you prepared for the risk?

But, it ‘appears’ as the safest method where folks who stick with it begin to see a gain of $50 to $100 a month in dividends and building up from there over the years.

Since I’m into risk, I also walked into the wild side of HYIP’s in 2017, where there’s really no accountability, while gaining steady earnings.

Admin(s) are incognito, use aliases, or just plain don’t provide any identity. There are no refunds, although I have been involved in a few from the past that refunded all or partial prinicipal amounts. I salute them.

PassiveLoan, which I liked from the start when I looked over the site, has provided me with a profit with my Bitcoin and Payza deposits. The ‘Telegram’ based, Elizion (Bot) keeps pumping daily BTC earnings directly into my Blockchain wallet.

As of today, with 42.5% of my initial prinicipal recovered with Bitluna, that program has yet to prove itself, eventually reaching that day when the first profit since launch will be realized. Notice that I’m a positive type guy.

BitLuna is coming along nicely with it’s ‘instant’ payments. This site is not listed as a HYIP but has the feel of one.

Then there’s my newest … WealthRising.net, which I wrote about in my last article. Membership continues to grow there.

My goal in all this, as it has been from the start years back, is continue to build reserves in my online processors and cash out a percentage to my bank account. Some years and months have been very profitable and then there are spurts where it’s been slow while I wait it out, looking for the latest ventures that perk my interest.