A short update on my p2p lending portfolio – March 2020
March has been one of the most interesting months so far in p2p lending. As the coronavirus crisis starts to show its effects in the crowdlending space, both platforms and investors are trying to adapt.
P2P lending in the time of coronavirus
March has been a crazy month for p2p lending, and not only. The full effects of the current crisis are not yet visible, and there’s a lot more to come.
European debit and credit cards I use and like
Here are some of the best European cards I’ve been using for the past years. Free ATM withdrawals globally, cheap currency transfers, saving, trading and more.
Impact investing and Trine – a short review
I’ve recently become interested in socially responsible investing, or impact investing. Meaning investing in projects or companies that have a positive impact on the people and the environment.
20 platforms and 20 reasons I shouldn’t invest in p2p lending
I’ll use this article as a good exercise to verbalize the things I don’t like about each p2p lending platform I’m invested in, and why I shouldn’t be invested in, if I was in my right mind.
Crowdlending portfolio updates – February 2020
I love writing here, and it also helps me understand my investing decisions. I’ll compensate for the lack of activity by spending a bit more time now and analyze my crowdlending portfolio.
Crowdlending portfolio updates for January 2020
This January hasn’t been a good month for p2p lending. It made me question if investing in crowdlending is worth it. Especially in a Baltics platform.
Panic in the Baltics
January has been an interesting month for the Baltics p2p lending platforms. And not in a good way. A feature that attracted investors in the first place, an early buyback with a fee, proves to be an Achille’s heel for a series of crowdlending platforms.
Crowdlending portfolio updates for December 2019
2019 has been kind with my crowdlending portfolio. At the start of the year, my portfolio was worth 16000 EUR, and it reached 25000 EUR by the end of it.
2019 retrospective and new year’s resolutions
I never liked making new year’s resolutions, mainly because most of the time they’re just items on a list that remind me of my failures. The bigger the list, the bigger the disappointment at the end of the next year.