Robocash review


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This Robocash review is based entirely on my experiences. Always do your own research.


Robocash review – First impressions

I was a little skeptical investing into Robocash initially. They didn’t have much information available on their website and some parts were written in poor English. Furthermore they had this picture of Dmitry-Balakhnin (Chief Brand Officer) to represent the company. I’m sure Dmitry is a great guy but let me be honest to say I was hesitant to trust him with my money. (They updated the website shortly after I signed up in August 2017 and it looks a lot more professional now.) Continue reading “Robocash review”

Viainvest review


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Getting started

In July I decided to try Viainvest. I’ve talked with other investors who have enjoyed their platform so I decided to give it a try. This Viainvest review is not going in depth with the investing process, as I backed out pretty quickly. Continue reading to find out why.

The signup process

Signing up is straight forward. You just enter the standard information such as name, address and passport number and you’re good to go. Continue reading “Viainvest review”

Portfolio update July 2017

Portfolio P2P investments Swaper Robo.cash Twino Mintos Bondora Crowdestate review


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Summary of July

I was on holiday almost all of July but that doesn’t stop me from looking for good investment opportunities.

As stated last month, I was quite keen on trying out Viainvest . However, after only a few hours I made the decision that Viainvest not a good match for me. I started writing a longer explanation, but to keep this post short, I decided to make a separate blog post explaining my decision. (Hint: Internal taxation.) Continue reading “Portfolio update July 2017”

Portfolio update June 2017


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Summary of June

June was the first full month with Swaper. I’m pleased to say it has been a hassle free experience. The Auto Invest reinvested everything daily, no manual action was required.

Twino on the other hand needs 100% manual investing at the moment if you’re going for the 12% loans. And even with the manual work you still have to know exactly when the loans are released to get any. If things doesn’t change over the next month I will probably start transferring the funds to Swaper instead. Less work and higher returns. Continue reading “Portfolio update June 2017”

Portfolio update May 2017


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Interest Returns in May

To no surprise, net interest received for Bondora also declined in May.  (Click on images to view full size in a new window).

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To be fair, “Interest planned” on Bondora for May was expected to be less than last month. June should be higher though, let’s see how that goes! Continue reading “Portfolio update May 2017”