Fast, cheap, good – where to invest, version 1, part 2 (table)

Note 2016-02-25: Twino have lowered interest. Today I have updated table in my post

In previous post I told about 3 main criteria (available time, money, appetite for profit) to select platform for investment. I have mentioned need of diversification as well.  Now I will try to compare how platforms qualify needs of different investors.
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Fast, cheap, good – where to invest, version 1, part 1

Time to time I hear question where to invest. Once I told that this recommendation depends on several criteria. Let me explain what I had in minds.

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In classical triangle “fast-cheap-good” you can select only two of three values. i.e. fast and cheap, but then result may become not so good. When I am getting question “where to invest” I propose you to think about the following 3 components Continue reading Fast, cheap, good – where to invest, version 1, part 1

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Return from Secureae (NXT)

Some time ago I tested trading with altcoins. I understood that this is not mine. It is specific area that requires concentration, patience and specific knowledge. But since that times, I have two coins where I continue to invest more. That is SCRT (very cheap today, I think fair price will be over 5000SAT) and NXT(again very cheap today).

Most of altcoins are losing in price, when price of BTC skyrockets. You can buy some of them hoping to get good profit when price of BTC will stabilize or will go down. But speculation on price was not the main reason why I still have NXT. With NXT I have possibility to invest into assets (shares) and make money when price of assets grow and when asset holder pay dividends. I do that investments at Secureae platform. Continue reading Return from Secureae (NXT)

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Investment in P2P lending: Omaraha

Omaraha (www.omaraha.ee)  is relatively small, but efficient p2p investment platform from Estonia. Omaraha operates in Estonia and Slovakia. Investment currency – Euro. Investor must be 21 years of age and be permanent resident in Estonia or in any other European Union country.

Omaraha isn’t huge in number of stuff, but I never had any problems with support, both by email or forum. I have never seen any announcement about Omaraha plans to become “Nr 1” or talks about becoming “pan-European” or “pan-world” investment platform. Instead of that Omaraha provide fast and stable interface to invest and monitor results. Continue reading Investment in P2P lending: Omaraha

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