July update on my p2p lending portfolio (Update 7)
This is the 7th month I keep detailed track of my p2p lending portfolio. While it does provide value to me, I’m not sure it does the same for you. So I’ll try to keep this light and short.
6 months since I started tracking my p2p lending portfolio
It’s been fun and educating to keep track of my investments in p2p lending for the past 6 months. I feel I learned a lot this year from this.
My p2p lending portfolio – May update
It’s the fifth month I’m keeping a detailed track of my p2p lending portfolio. What I can say is that I start getting good at Excel, a skill I didn’t really want.
My p2p lending portfolio – April update
The core of my p2p lending portfolio is still based on Mintos, Fast Invest, Neo Finance, Envestio, EstateGuru, Crowdestate and Viventor. My profit last month was 177 EUR, a bit higher than the one I had in March.
My p2p lending portfolio is growing (March update)
My p2p lending portfolio didn’t suffer any major changes since last month. I’ve only moved around some of the funds I had on PeerBerry to other platforms.
My p2p lending portfolio (February update)
This is the second month I’m keeping this investments log. The main reason for it is to track my investments better and learn from my mistakes. My last month’s (and first) updates are here.
My p2p lending portfolio (January update)
My p2p lending journey started only last June, so I don’t see yet spectacular increases in revenue, but hopefully, that will come with time.