Is Peer to Peer Lending Still a Viable Place to Invest Your Money?
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I receive a lot of emails from readers asking me if I think peer to peer lending is still a viable place to invest money and make a return. In this short video, I explain my thinking on this topic. Hope you enjoy!
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** This video is for information purposes only. This information has been prepared without taking your objectives, financial situation or needs into account and is not financial advice. You should consider the information’s appropriateness for your circumstances. All investing carries risks. Opinions expressed in this review are opinions based on my own personal experiences. The FSCS does not cover peer to peer lending and your capital is at risk. Please don’t invest more than you can afford to lose. **