runted

runted

I’ve been teaching Economics for high school students, mostly focusing on personal finance. I also have a good basic understanding of economics from several economics classes during my university studies.

Posted by runted on in P2P Lending

Best P2P Lending Platforms in Europe

The concept of peer-to-peer lending in Europe is quite simple. On the one hand, an investor would like to lend through P2P lending platforms, on the other hand, a borrower.

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Posted by runted on in P2P Lending

Anyone who first hears about peer to peer lending and its amazing high-netting return potential is incredulous about all of its claims…I was…you were….everyone was! It just sounds like a scam.

After the initial skepticism was overcome (through research and a bit of trial and error) You got hooked but still found it hard to explain to others how it all works. How and why peer-to-peer lending platforms are capable of generating annual return rates between 8% and 10%….those numbers just sound too crazy to be true….

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Best UK Peer to Peer Lending Platforms for Investors

The UK is renowned for its robust economic muscle. However, this has not been the case all through. A barrage of disappointing financial reports proved one of the most recent UK Recession in 2008-2009. This economic recession in the UK affected many areas including banking and investment firms.

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Peer to Peer Lending for International Investors

Peer-to-peer lending is a contemporary name for an old practice. People (peer lenders) lending funds directly to family, friends, and acquaintances. The modern p2p website utilizes the internet to introduce borrowers and lenders investing in p2p loans worldwide.

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Posted by runted on in Personal Finance

P2P Lending vs Stocks and Bonds

Peer-to-peer lending, or most-commonly known as P2P lending, is a financing method that matches individuals and businesses who need to borrow money with others who want to invest their money without the need for any financial institution as an intermediary at an agreed fixed interest rate.

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