Unlike my Collective2 portfolio, my P2P lending portfolio’s life was rather uneventful this month (and I don’t complain about it 🙂 ).
XIRR at the end of July was 27.6%. Details by country are : Estonia 27.5%, Slovakia 30.7%, Finland 34.9% (very new and small).
I’m starting to see more defaults, but currently their rate (0.7%) mirrors the overall default rate for comparable loans.
I’m still planning to increase my portfolio size a bit, although I have troubles investing it all with a relatively small loan size (20€). I also probably should spend some time studying my statistics by country more closely (XIRR versus default rate) in order to have a better allocation between Estonia and Slovakia. Unfortunately Omaraha doesn’t provide the statistics as CSV files, so it will be a painful task !
XIRR for Bondora‘s portolio was 18.07%. I invested a lot in poorly-rated loans with high interest and of course many defaulted, so I’m curious to see what the recovery rates will be like.
I may start playing with the “Portfolio pro” feature in order to increase my returns.
Grupeer doesn’t provide a XIRR computation but all my loans offer 13% or 14% interest rates.
XIRR for Mintos was 12.18% for secured loans in Euro and 16.76% for Lari (Georgia). Unfortunately for now, the poor exchange rate totally negates this XIRR difference.
XIRR of my Swaper portfolio was 11.84%. I’d love to increase my portfolio size a bit, but until recently this P2P lending site had troubles investing the whole amount, so I’m not totally sure about this.
XIRR reached 12.74%, which is surprisingly high. However, it looks like all new loans only offer a 10% interest rate. I may thus decrease my portfolio size even more and split this money between Grupeer and Swaper.
XIRR is 10.23%; I’m in the process of moving all my funds out of Twino as the low returns doesn’t justify keeping an account there.
I’m probably over-invested in Omaraha, but paradoxically I’m still planning to increase its portfolio size a bit.
Once I reach my target size, my Grupeer portfolio should be my next target for growth.
I’m always looking for new opportunities to diversify my portfolio.
After some due diligence, I may invest a starting amount in Monestro. Loans volume is low and the usability is, let’s say, perfectible, but it seems promising.