P2P Crowdlending All about P2P crowdlending and how to choose a P2P lending platform. A great introduction to help you start your P2P savings and investment portfolio! Benefits, risks & what to look for in a platform. Help for New InvestorsWhy include P2P lending to your investment portfolio? By Carlos Boto January 20, 2020 0Let’s introduce you to P2P lending, how crowdlending works and help you decide if this asset class makes sense for your investment portfolio today.Help for New InvestorsExploring the P2P Lending Market By Carlos Boto February 3, 2020 0The P2P lending industry was $26Bn in 2015. A compound annual growth rate of 48.2% is expected to reach a total market size of $897Bn by the end of 2024.Help for New InvestorsP2P Lending Regulatory Reality By Carlos Boto February 17, 2020 1If European crowdfunding becomes more transparent and trustworthy it will allow more people to engage and more money to be invested into P2P Lending.Help for New InvestorsBenefits of P2P Investing By Carlos Boto March 2, 2020 1If you are considering P2P lending as an investment option for your money, it is important to understand both the benefits and risks of this asset class.Help for New InvestorsRisks of P2P Investing By Carlos Boto March 16, 2020 4If you are considering P2P lending as an investment option for your money, it is important to understand both the benefits and risks of this asset class.Help for New InvestorsHow to Research a P2P Platform? By Carlos Boto March 30, 2020 0There are many options on the market and it can be frustrating to choose the best. Make sure to invest time to fully research your options before investing.Help for New InvestorsHow to Start Investing in P2P Loans By Carlos Boto April 6, 2020 0You simply need to create an account in a P2P platform of your choice, deposit funds and look for the right loans to invest your money and collect interest. Help for New InvestorsBuyback Guarantee: Wishful-thinking or Security? By Carlos Boto August 9, 2020 0New P2P lending investors may consider a buyback guaranteed loan as a risk-free investment. False! First check who grants the warranty and how it really works.