In March 2016, we started presenting two return numbers: Current Return and Forward-Looking Return.
When we released our mobile application, LendingRobot Dashboard, many users might have noticed that the first screen to appear after logging in displays your portfolio’s health.
In a previous article, we conducted a preliminary investigation of applying Modern Portfolio Theory to Lending Club.
We are constantly striving to improve the Peer Lending experience for LendingRobot clients.
In the United States, citizens vote for individuals that they would like to lead and represent them as a nation.
At LendingRobot we are often asked two important questions: “how have the peer lending marketplaces performed to date?” and “how does the performance compare between LendingRobot and platform automated loan selection?”.
This article explains how we calculate returns at the portfolio level, and why we make a distinction between what we call ‘Current Return’ and ‘Forward-looking Return’.
In investing, where we walk a fine line between risk and return, the age-old adage of “don’t put all your eggs in one basket” is strikingly relevant.
While monitoring the performance of an investment is a universal requirement in finance, Peer Lending creates unique challenges.