I decided to run an experiment so reached out to bloggers from the industry and asked them how to invest 10.000 EUR in P2P lending today if they would to have start all over again.
As this question gets asked a lot among new investors, I thought a post like this will serve them a good starting point. However, it will be equally useful for a more experienced investor to improve the platform allocation in their P2P portfolio. So I hope everyone will have something to learn from this.
In this post we will review Grupeer, one of the rising of the peer to peer lending industry.
I will show you how to get started and provide you the best tips and tricks based on my own experience I invest in Grupeer from 2017.
Hello there, and welcome!
As I was saying above, this is the first blog post of a series where I am going to share my experience with investing in peer to peer lending, and the focus will be on European platforms.
If you already have good knowledge of what peer to peer lending is, then it will probably save you time skipping this post, and wait for the next one, where I will dive deep in the subject, as I am going to start talking about platforms, give you great tips, share strategies, and you know, all the goodies. Otherwise, carry on the reading.
I have started to invest in peer to peer lending in September 2017, and it has been a fun ride since then. I have had successes and also failures, I’ve made good money, but I have also lost some of them (not a lot, but a loss is a loss).