I analysed the performance of 6 different EU P2P investing blogs to figure out which platforms offer the highest returns. However historic performance is never an indicator for future performance.
So remember my investment strategy/policy? No? Check it out in the About page.
Let’s get right to the point, I will have ~30k CHF available to invest on 1st of January and another 30k CHF by the end of January. So my portfolio should be around 60k CHF/EUR at the beginning of February 2020.
Let’s check out the XIRR of the 6 best performing EU P2P investing blogs:
|thewealthyfinn.com||financiallyfree.eu||The 10k€ Club||crowdexpert.eu||mycrowdlending.eu||onemillionjourney.com||Avg. XIRR|
And that’s it, these 15 platforms qualify for my 12% XIRR minimum target. I will add (affiliate) links to each of the platforms in the table after I signed up with them.
I will therefore try to invest 2’000 € in each of the platforms beginning in the first weeks of January. When the January salary + bonus rolls in I will add another 2’000 € by the end of January/beginning of February.
Wish me luck!
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Thanks for reading.
Jørgen from financiallyfree.eu published some background information about Kuetzal which clearly disqualifies the platform for me. A potential owner that was historically involved into money laundering and another owner which is too shy to show up to a meeting are two clear red flags. I will put the 4’000 € therefore in other platforms instead.
I’ve added PeerBerry as the new candidate platform. It should be able to perform above 12% when using the correct AutoInvest settings.
3 Replies to “Starting my P2P Portfolio – But how?”
Hi Mr Cheese.
Great selection of platforms! It will be interesting to see how they all perform. I look forward to tracking your portfolio!
Matt / thewahman
Hi Matt, thanks for stopping by. I’m very curious about it myself. I’ll plan to publish monthly portfolio updates so hope to see you again in February 🙂