Last updated: September 1, 2019
Table of contents
- My reviews
- Mintos Helper
- Sign up bonus
- Portfolio value
- Monthly cashflow
- Current loans
- Deposits and withdrawals
- August 2019 – I took 500€ out of Grupeer and invested all in Mintos. As I have some rather aggressive Auto Invest settings in Grupeer, that resulted in a little bit of cash drag. I figured out this is a good opportunity for me to re-balance my P2P portfolio, as I am too much exposed on Grupeer. This is something I wanted to do for a while now.
- August 2018 – I made a downsize for my entire P2P portfolio as I figured out I had too much money invested for my risk profile (20% of my investments money). What can I say? I was overly excited at the beginning and that made me pour more money than I should have. My target is to have only 10% of my entire portfolio invested in P2P lending.
- Mintos Review 2019 – the Best Tips & How to Get Started
- Mintos Invest & Access Review (2019)
- Mintos Loan Originators – Rules How to Choose the Best of Them
Mintos Helper it’s a tool to filter out Mintos loan originators by loan type, ratings, % of current loans, average interest, grace period and so on.
If you plan to do manual investments or use Auto Invest, then I really recommend using it. It helped me go from around 75% current loans (sometimes even lower) to 90%, which is huge.
Sign up bonus
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Yes, I will make money too! It’s a classic win-win situation.
Deposits and withdrawals
Deposits are with blue and withdrawals are with red. For making things easy to understand, I skipped the months where there were no transactions.