# Category: Guide

### How to Setup a LendingRobot Series Account

LendingRobot Series is a pooled investment fund for accredited investors to be diversified in their alternative lending portfolio. Read more here: LendingRobot Series.

### Cashing Out in LendingRobot Series

Before getting into any type of investment it is important to know how easily it would be to liquidate or cash out. One goal we strive for in LendingRobot Series is to be completely transparent.

### What is the value of a Portfolio?

Alas, Bob is not anymore the trustworthy friend he used to be, and you may have doubts about his ability (or willingness) to pay you back. For instance, if he was supposed to give you some money yesterday, but you haven’t heard from him and he’s not even answering your calls. In that case, you would be very happy to offload me the loan for \$120 or even \$100, but I wouldn’t buy it at that price.

### The LendingRobot Score

Why was LendingRobot Score developed and how does it work? LendingRobot Score is our own mechanism for ranking loans against each other.

### A Breakdown of the Aggressive and Conservative Slider

One of LendingRobot’s most useful settings is it’s “Fully Automated” mode.

### The Secondary Market on Lending Club: How It Works

Lending Club’s secondary market takes a while for notes to be purchased, settled into your account and sold from your account.

### A Short Guide to the Advanced Mode

LendingRobot’s “Fully Automated” mode utilizes our machine-learning algorithm to intelligently identify and buy loans.

### Risks vs Rewards of Marketplace Lending

There have been a lot of changes since Marketplace Lending was introduced in 2006, but since surviving the financial crisis of 2008 and SEC scrutiny in 2008-2009 it’s clear that Marketplace Lending is an asset class that is here to stay.