Eating your own dog food, or “dogfooding,” is a term used in business in reference to a company’s willingness to use its own products in a meaningful way. As part of Fund That Flip's commitment to transparency, I'm sharing my loan portfolio each month so you can see firsthand the “dog food” that I’m eating. To learn more about dogfooding and this series, check out this post.
In April, I invested in 8 deals and 1 series note offering for a total deployment of $47,000. I had 9 loans repay for a total of $38,000 for a net increase of $9,000.
I've listed my updated portfolio holdings below. I want to stress that I am not an investment advisor, nor should you take this information as investment advice. What’s good for my portfolio and risk tolerance may not be right for you.
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