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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

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#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

Invest and Access: Earn high returns

Invest and Access: 12% easy-to-handle-interest is just one click away!

Invest and Access is a newly launched product from Mintos. It was first shown to the public during the P2P Conference in June 2019. As I was on a personal challenge for saving money, this launch just come in the moment.

Now, something more than a month later, I would like to recap my first impressions about Invest and Access as well as my own challenge. Read more

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Bucket List: Nothing works without goals written down

Do you have a bucket list? A bucket list is a list of things you want to do and experience in your life. It comes mainly from the movie „Bucket List“. Edward and Carter meet the first time in hospital. Both will die soon, so they decide to do those things, they always wanted to do in life. Read more

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Why Bulkestate made me break every investment rule

Bulkestate is a P2P lending platform offering investments in real estate projects mainly in Europe. The Bulkestate ÖÜ was registered in 2016 as a financial institute in Estonia. On their platform different real estate projects are offered to the investors. Beside several information about the project, the yield and time frame any investor can take part in the investment.

Baltic real estate for everyone? Yes, exactly. Investing in an european area of increasing economics does not sound like the worst idea! Read more