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”
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).
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”
OBS! This review needs to be updated. A lot of improvements has been made to the platform.
Sign-up and money transfer
Here is a quick review on my Swaper investment. Last Friday I transferred 2.688€ to my account and on Tuesday I got an email confirming my deposit. The sign-up process is hassle-free and very straight forward. You don’t have to verify your identity (by uploading drivers licence or passport) until you want to withdraw your money.
Like most other platforms Swaper has an Auto Invest feature. That way you can automate the investing process and avoid most of the manual work. Continue reading “Swaper review”
In March I added more funds to my Twino account, doubling my investment on the site. Twino is probably my favorite peer-to-peer investing platform so far, mainly because of these 4 factors:
- Competitive interest rate.
- There are no fees for investors.
- The secondary market is very liquid.
- Most importantly: The numbers are always correct.
Continue reading “Portfolio update April 2017”
Financial freedom – What would it mean to you?
What would your life be like, if you never had to worry about money again and only had to work if you wanted to? What kind of work would you do, if you weren’t doing it for the money? I know this might sound like a dream scenario that would only possible for a few selected people who come from a rich family, but I’m here to tell you something else. You can do it too! I’m even going to show you how to do it, by doing it myself. Continue reading “Investing for financial freedom”