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  Reply # 2097219 27-Sep-2018 09:35
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steve2222:

 

This is quite a good blog for comparison of NZ based share fund offerings eg Sharesies, SmartShares, Superlife etc

 

https://thesmartandlazy.com/2017/06/28/sharesies-beta-how-does-it-stack-up-to-superlife-and-smartshares-on-etf-investing/

 

 

I agree. I have already read most of the articles there and it was very informative.


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  Reply # 2097221 27-Sep-2018 09:39
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Take a look at Squirrel P2P.

 

The returns have dropped in the last couple of years but you can still get 6% on a 1 year term.

 

Risk is low but still higher than a term deposit. You will have to assess it for yourself.


 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 2097501 27-Sep-2018 13:40
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elbrownos:

 

Take a look at Squirrel P2P.

 

The returns have dropped in the last couple of years but you can still get 6% on a 1 year term.

 

Risk is low but still higher than a term deposit. You will have to assess it for yourself.

 

 

Not sure if Squirrel P2P have improved but recent forums suggest that it takes a while to get investment filled even at the lower interest tier. Same issue I had when I created an account with Harmoney before.


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  Reply # 2097787 27-Sep-2018 21:55
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CrashAndBurn: ... it takes a while to get investment filled ...

 

No such issues at lendingcrowd.co.nz. Their loans are snapped up so quickly, somebody must be automating something somewhere. I guess that's also why their loans have gone down in size.


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