The month of May is behind us, which means it’s time for my latest P2P lending income update before I fly to the P2P Conference in Riga!
Today I’ll go over my numbers for May 2019. You’ll be able to see exactly how much money I have invested on each peer to peer platform, my deposits and withdrawals, as well as my crowdlending returns for the month.
Shall we get to it?
If I was starting all over again today and decided to invest 10.000€ via P2P lending, how would I split my funds among the available platforms? What would my peer to peer lending portfolio look like in Mid 2019 and why?
I’ve been asked these questions recently and I think they make for a valuable thought experiment. Before I share my answers, you should know that all of this is just my personal opinion and what I would do based on my experience so far.
Alright, let’s get right into it!
With April behind us, it’s time for a new P2P lending income update! Sorry for the delay, I’ve been quite busy lately.
I’ll show you my numbers for the month of April 2019. As usual, you’ll see exactly how much money I have invested on each peer to peer lending platform, my deposits & withdrawals and of course, my crowdlending returns for the month.
Let’s get started!
I would like to point out that this Grupeer review is unbiased and based solely on my personal experience investing my own money on the P2P lending platform over the past 7 months.
As usual, I am going to be fully transparent about the amount I invested, my returns and the cashflow my Grupeer account is currently generating for me each month.
Update (June 13th): Grupeer is giving all investors who sign up via our link (until the end of June) a 10€ Bonus! More on that at the end of the review.