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.
My November earnings almost reached 300 EUR (288), 22 EUR more than the previous month’s earnings. It’s not really an important step, as with my current spending habits it would only cover a 3rd of my expenses, but it’s still a step I want to cross.
October is the month I usually get fat. It’s always raining outside, it’s cold and suddenly, I have nothing physical to do. I’m still eating the same but I’m burning less energy and the excess starts to get visible. Each year I make plans to go to the gym, and each year I remember how boring it is to do the same things over and over and quietly decide not to
Since June last year, my p2p lending portfolio grew from 10 EUR to 20.000 EUR. I didn’t intend to grow it this fast, but accidents happen. I couldn’t learn about a platform by reading what others were saying, so I had to try it out. Add some funds. See how payments come. See how the platform handles customer requests and other issues. After I got comfortable with one platform, I couldn’t just withdraw the funds. The returns were too good to leave them there.
This got me wondering if I could live off my p2p investments earnings. And how much time it would take until I’d be able to do so. And I started tinkering with numbers.
This is going to be a long one. Since I didn’t write almost anything here in September, lots of thoughts piled up. So, grab a coffee (or a beer) and enjoy. I’ve managed this month to build myself a small website that lets me upload exported transactions and loan data from the platforms I’m invested […]
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.
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.