Crowdestor overview

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This page shows my returns from Crowdestor plus my account overview, so you can get an impression of this platform.

Crowdestor is a relatively new crowdfunding platform from Estonia. The minimum investment is €50, and the projects have interesting interest rates from 11% to 18%. Quite often you have to wait until new projects become available and it does not have an auto-invest function, so it is less suitable for investing smaller amounts. For larger investors is is quite a nice platform though, and of course it is a good candidate to spread your investments to lower your risk.

Totals

Last update:2022-05-01
Value:€ 1,481
Gains:€ 2,326
Date first deposit :2018-09-08
Date last deposit :2019-10-16
Date last withdrawal :2021-11-11
Return rate since first deposit (XIRR):13.2%

Platform details

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Founded:2018
Start platform:2018
Minimum investment:€ 50
Auto invest:No
Total financed:€ 40+ M

Interest per month

Historical return rate

Account overview

Auto-invest settings

I publish my auto-invest settings to give you an impression and to inspire. You should not copy these settings without reviewing them and understanding their impact. There is no such thing as ‘the best settings’, as these vary per investor. Activating an auto-invest means you are giving away control over the investments you make, so be sure to limit the settings to your own preferences. When in doubt, stay on the safe side. Or keep investing manually. Settings that I have not mentioned have the default value.

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Disclaimer: I share my experiences on this site, and blog about my results and things I encounter. It is for informational purposes only and cannot be considered professional advice. Investments bring risk and you should never invest funds that you are not willing to lose. I think my site is a nice start, but do your own research and make sure you understand the risks before you start to invest yourself. You can read more about this here.

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