Moonpeer, the world’s leading investment marketplace


(MENAFN – Zex PR Wire) Vilnius, Lithuania, June 18, 2021, ZEXPRWIRE, Moonpeer offers a new and innovative way to diversify investments on peer-to-peer lending and crowdfunding platforms.

So, if you are planning to invest through the platform, we recommend that you read Moonpeer’s review first. Because here we take a look at whether it is worth using them or not. We promise that you will get a better idea of ​​the platform from our review.

What is Moonpeer?

Moonpeer is a peer-to-peer lending and crowdfunding investment platform. They aggregate and seek offers from some of the leading European peer-to-peer lending and crowdfunding platforms. By using Moonpeer, you will essentially have access to offers from 10+ platforms with just one account.

Some of the project initiators that you can find on Moonpeer include Moncera, Kviku Finance, Neo Finance, etc.

Since Moonpeer is a layer above other platforms, they are also able to offer features like automated investing without going straight to multiple P2P platforms.

Moonpeer Statistics:

Moonpeer offers P2P investment platform analysis, research, rating and monitoring services to investors

Research

Which lending platforms are achieving target returns and which are not? Where are the best investment opportunities in the European direct lending market? Moonpeer helps investors navigate the complexity, helping to reduce risk and increase long-term returns.

Analysis

The early stage of the peer-to-peer loan market makes it difficult to assess credit risk. Lenders generally operate in niche sub-sectors with distinct risk profiles. Moonpeer offers risk management services to ensure that risks are identified, measured and mitigated. This ensures that the expected returns are realized.

Monitoring

Monitoring investments is difficult because the data provided by lenders is not standardized. Moonpeer brings all this data together so that performance data is consistent

What rate of return can you expect?

The return you get on Moonpeer depends on many factors, including the project initiators you choose as well as the types of projects you invest in:

Rental

If you invest your money in rent, you own practically small pieces of property. This is the least risky investment on the platform and, according to Moonpeer, you can expect around 2-6% annual return along with capital appreciation.

Fixed rate loans

If you invest in fixed rate loans, you are basically funding real estate development companies. These loans are usually secured by real estate as collateral and have a projected interest of around 8-13%.

Equity

If you want high risk and maybe high reward as well, you can invest in stocks. Here you can potentially earn around 14-30% per year. But with this type of investment there is also a much higher probability of a 100% loss.

Consumer loans

If you invest in consumer loans, you are practically financing individuals. These loans are usually secured by a personal guarantee and have a projected interest of around 8-18%.

Moonpeer’s conclusion

If we could only invest in one crowdfunding platform, Moonpeer would definitely be our first choice. They made it possible to invest in more than 10 crowdfundong platforms with a single account. This makes crowdfunding suitable diversifications easier and more convenient than ever.

We also like that the platforms are scanned and verified before integrating with Moonpeer.

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