Welcome to my latest monthly update of my P2P portfolio, this time for the month of March 2020.
I thought it’s impossible, but this year keeps getting worse. Pretty much all of my assets (except cash) are currently in the red. And just as I was thinking my investments in P2P lending could help stabilize my portfolio, something else happens.
Let’s get right to the important part, before taking a look at the rest of my P2P platforms.
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.
This has been a very difficult month. With everything that happened, I definitely won’t be forgetting this one for a while.
Nonetheless, welcome to my latest P2P lending income update for January 2020.
You’ll see exactly how much I invested on each peer to peer lending platform, my deposits and withdrawals, as well as my returns for the month.
More importantly, for the first time since starting this blog in 2018, this update will also include how much I probably lost because of a stupid mistake I made, by looking into my concerns only when it was too late.
Happy new year everyone! I hope you all enjoyed your holidays and are as excited about 2020 as I am.
Welcome to my last P2P lending income update of 2019, for the month of December.
As always, I’m going to be fully transparent and show you exactly how much I invested on each peer to peer lending platform, my deposits as well as my returns for the month.