Crowd-lending portfolio review for June 2018

Overview of the month June was another quiet month. I kept on withdrawing money from Omaraha and Bondora; these sums were invested in Grupeer, Crowdestor and Envestio. Website changes I published an in-depth comparison of real-estate and business crowdfunding platforms. If you want to diversify your portfolio and aim at higher returns, this guide should … Read moreCrowd-lending portfolio review for June 2018

Default risk : what if the borrower doesn’t pay ?

A borrower who doesn’t reimburse the loans is obviously the greatest risk when investing in P2P loans or through real-estate or business crowdfunding. In this article, we’ll examine the possible outcomes, based on real-life situations. Loans covered by a buyback guarantee Most P2P lending platforms offer loans covered by a buyback guarantee . If the … Read moreDefault risk : what if the borrower doesn’t pay ?

P2P lending portfolio review for July, 2017

Month overview Unlike my Collective2 portfolio, my P2P lending portfolio’s life was rather uneventful this month (and I don’t complain about it 🙂 ). I added some more funds to Omaraha and I’m nearly reaching my target portfolio size. I still have to decrease ViaInvest size, but I’m waiting for the principal to be reimbursed. Current … Read moreP2P lending portfolio review for July, 2017

July P2P lending news

This monthly column will try to sum up the important news related to P2P lending, mostly regarding companies I use for investing. Usually my primary source of information is the company’s blog or newsletter. This monthly post aims at being a quick read, so I’ll provide a link and a relevant excerpt. Bondora is profitable … Read moreJuly P2P lending news