Safety vs. interest: Is call money able to support my financial goals?

Just imagine you are going back home from an exhausting day at work in your car. The music plays and you are watching the sunset. You are planning the evening with your partner. And you are thinking about the next day in the office.

But then suddenly, you see smoke coming out of the engine. The car stops somewhere. The sound is horrible, when you try to start it but you are not able to start it again. Read more

Canoeing in Sweden

#PAR02 Passive Income Report August 2019

Meanwhile September is over by almost a third, so I really have to set up my report from August. As I mentioned I had three weeks off in August and went two weeks on holidays in Norway and Sweden.

It was very nice and the scandinavian weather was very kind with us. But beside reading some books nothing worked out for me, as I planned to do some new things during the holidays. Read more

Financial Leverage with credit

Does financial leverage with P2P lending works?

Financial leverage is often mentioned in two different cases: as an entrepreneur or as an investor. Of course we just want to think about the view of the investor. I came across this topic while reading (and listening to) several books during my holiday. Read more

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DoFinance is doing your finances long-term with up to 12%

DoFinance is a P2P lending platform, which I have to love from its name. “Do your finances” – sound pretty like “take the responsibility and do your own stuff”. I really like that. But investing just because of good emotions? No way, so let’s check DoFinance today. Read more

View to Kristiansand, Norway

#PAR01 Passive Income Report July 2019

July is over and I am able to make my first report. No, I did not make millions and I am not feeling financially free, but the first tiny step is done. In June and July I reported about the following P2P platforms and invested money: Read more