Table of Contents
Free personal finance tools
(for smart diy investors)
The “Uncensored P2P lending checklist” to know what’s available (to take away)
The retirement calculator (to use here)
The compound interest calculator (to use here)
Compare P2P lending websites in Europe (use it to save time)
This are some of the checklists, calculators and tools I use to build additional streams of income
The list is growing and incomplete
Everything is free to download and to use, so save this page in your browser for future reference
All content is :
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It took me a lot of time and effort to produce a streamlined approach to peer to peer investing
What is this e-book for?
Like everyone, I’ve started from zero
I decided to study the matter since I was in need of real diversification for my investments.
I remember the feeling I had at the beginning.
Reading blogs and forums and somehow feel that information was not complete. Good content was scattered around the web.
How could I say if what I was reading was reliable?
Lots of data were about the American market, inaccessible and unuseful to me here in Europe.
I signed up, looked inside the tools and just felt lost.
The solution was to learn by myself and also:
– Make friend with expert investors
– Ask opinions to traders
– Write questions to the platforms
– Actively invest, make mistakes, learn
Finally, pull out a stream of income
I think the power of the web is in sharing knowledge. So I promised myself to write down what I had learned exactly the way I wanted to find it.