I can’t believe that it is now 9 months since I started with Mintos. I will show you how I did over last 9 months, what my returns are, and how my strategy and usage of Mintos changed over timeContinue reading “My Mintos Portfolio After 9 Months – Lessons Learned”
One of the topics that I have not discussed before is the importance of staying fully invested. On Mintos, when your auto invest strategy is not set properly you may end up with significant portion of your funds unused.
Such situation is affecting your overall profitability on Mintos as measured against the total amount of money you have on Mintos. This is actually only the only metric that makes sense. Consider an example where you have $10,000 on Mintos overal, but only $1,000 is invested with %10 interest rate. This way you would end up with only 1% interest on the total amount you sent to Mintos, not really impressive.
To avoid such situation you need to keep checking Mintos for the balance that is not invested. Best you would like to $0 as your balance every day. This is not really achievable, but you can get close by having auto-invest strategy that is reasonably configured. This means that:
- there are always loans that can be invested in (you need to sacrifice a little bit of interest income for this)
- there is always some unused limit of the auto invest strategy
In my statistics I report two useful numbers – average daily balance (ADB) and average daily investment (ADI). To calculate ADB I will sum end of day balance for each day of the month and then take average. For ADI I will take sum of end of day investment for each day of the month and then take average.
Comparing ADB and ADI will give you good insight into how good you are in utilizing all of your funds. Best you would want for ADI to be equal to ADB. This is almost impossible, but you can get close. My statistics report on the ADI/ADB ratio to inform me how well I can utilize my money. Over last 7 months I have been able to stay above 98%. As an example, with interest rate of 11.5% on invested amount, interest on all my funds would be 11.27% (11.5% * 98%).
I can’t believe that it is now 6 months since I started with Mintos. I will show you how I did over last half a year, what my returns are, and how my strategy and usage of Mintos changed over timeContinue reading “My Mintos Portfolio After 6 Months – Lessons Learned”
Last week is the first full week when I switched my strategy and invest only 10 EUR in every loan. You can read more in this article. While during the same week 649 investments finished, I opened 1,514 new ones. I am quite happy with my portfolio so far!
Performance over last 7 days
You can see that my average interest rate on new investments was 13.1%. IRR on finished investments in my portfolio (wXIRR) was 12.1%. There was a significant drop in IR for new investments as both Varks and DoZarplati dropped the interest rate from 14% and 12.5% respectively. I will need to look into the availability of high-interest short-term loans as having 12% only does not seem justifiable given there are lower risk lenders that will offer stable 11% stream of income.
So far, I am also quite happy about the difference between stated IR and the IRR archieved. As you can see, currently I am +55 bps. The weighted interest rate on finished loans was 11.6%, while the investment yielded 12.1%.
You can always see more detailed statistics on my website.
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