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Emergency fund size – how big should it be?

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Everyone who got interested in personal finance first learned about an emergency fund. This is something everyone suggests beginners should start with. And they are right, having an emergency fund is an important part of personal finance and should come before portfolio building. But what is the appropriate size of an emergency fund? 1000€? 2000€ […]

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Peer to peer lending risks explained

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While reading through various investing blogs and forums I noticed that a lot of people do not understand the risks involved in peer to peer lending. This is why I decided to write this article explaining what are actual risks and how realistic those risks are. Peer to peer platform risks: Each platform works a […]

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Finbee review. A Lithuanian p2p platform

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It’s been over a year and a half since I first invested in the Finbee p2p lending platform so here is my honest and open review of it. As time goes along I will continue to update this article with more insights from me. And as always I would like to welcome everyone to leave […]

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5 reasons why p2p lending is bad

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It’s a new thing Peer to peer lending as a concept exists for a bit more than 13 years now and during that time it also managed to survive one financial crisis. But that crisis was at best in peer to peer lending infancy and a lot of investors reported loses during that period. Apparently, […]

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What is peer to peer lending?

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This is my firsts post in my new series about peer to peer lending, otherwise known as p2p lending. I will go into details about its pros and cons, overall market review, potential strategies and platform reviews. We shall begin the series with an introduction to peer to peer lending. How does p2p lending work? […]

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