Wow, this year sure hasn’t been boring. I don’t think anyone could have foreseen everything that happened already, all within such a short time-frame.
With the virus currently spreading all over the world, I hope you’re all safe and healthy, washing your hands on a regular basis and that your personal lives aren’t too negatively affected by everything that’s going on.
That being said, welcome to my P2P lending income update for February 2020! Apart from my monthly income, deposits and withdrawals for each P2P lending platform, this update also includes some changes I’m making to my portfolio.
I recently met up again with my friend Bernhard Hummel, to discuss the changes he made to his investment portfolio. You may remember him from our last encounter in July.
Here are some of the things I wanted to know:
- Why he recently increased his Peer to Peer Lending Portfolio allocation to a grand total of 230.000€
- Which P2P platforms he added, if any
- How much passive income he’s aiming for via P2P lending
- What his entire investment portfolio looks like now
- His thoughts on real-estate investing at the moment
Over the course of October, I added SWAPER and Viainvest to my P2P portfolio.
In this post, I am going to share what got me interested in the two platforms in the first place, my experience so far, how I set up my AutoInvest and what I think both could improve.
About a week ago I had the pleasure of interviewing my friend Bernhard Hummel, an investor and entrepreneur from Austria. He currently has over 150.000€ invested in Peer to Peer Lending, generating over 1.500 Euros monthly passive income.
As a result of his investments in P2P lending and equities, he would already be able to stop working and live purely off his passive income in his thirties, if he wanted to.
It’s not often you get to talk to someone with this much skin-in-the-game and experience with P2P lending and the stock market.
I hope you’ll enjoy the interview as much as I did!