Go & Grow is leading the Bondora charge! After decreasing its share of total Bondora investments, Go & Grow investments surged over the month of April, and with it, total investment in Bondora loans hit another all-time high. In April, Bondora originated €10,867,175, shattering last month’s monthly record by 11.7%.

Both Portfolio Pro and Portfolio Manager saw their investments decrease on the month, and the same goes for the API. But it was Go & Grow which led the charge, up to €6,893,060 in April, an increase of €2,129,552, or, 44.7%.

April funding stats

Go & Grow takes over

After dropping from 49% to 45% of total investment from February to March, Go & Grow has totally supplanted all other options as the primary investment product for investors on Bondora. Go & Grow hit 63% of total investments on the platform in April, overtaking the majority share of investments on Bondora. The majority of this share was taken away from Portfolio Manager, which saw its share decrease from 24% to 14% of all investments. Portfolio Pro also decreased slightly as well, from 26% to 22%, while API remained at 1% (rounded) of all investments.

Funding stats March
Funding stats April 2019

Investors keep breaking records

Surpassing the €10 million mark is a testament to the quality and variety of Bondora investment options. Investors with knowledge of peer-to-peer investing and confidence of their ability to pick winning investment strategies have utilized Portfolio Manager and Portfolio Pro investment options accordingly.

However, it is Go & Grow which investors continue to see as a great investment option. With stable, solid returns*, Go & Grow takes the complexity out of investing, and offers investors an automated way to invest in the peer-to-peer lending marketplace.

Learn more about the different Bondora investment options here.

*As with any investment, your capital is at risk and the investments are not guaranteed. The yield is up to 6.75% p.a. Before deciding to invest, please review our risk statement or consult with a financial advisor if necessary

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