LendingRobot Series is what is called a ‘pooled investment vehicle’. Like the name suggests, investors pool their money together into one big pot. This is called the “fund.”
We just launched LendingRobot Series, the first RoboFund for alternative lending, and many prospective investors want to know, whats the difference from LendingRobot’s classic product? In this article, we’ll go through the differences of each to help you decide which investment solution is right for you.
We are proud to announce the launch of LendingRobot Series, the next step in the evolution of investment in Alternative Lending. LendingRobot Series is the first robo-fund for alternative lending, and offers superior and predictable returns that are uncorrelated to the Stock Market.
There are many options to invest in peer lending. We’ll go over each, discussing the positives, the negatives, and the costs.
Today we introduced a new product which connects to Lending Club, called LendingRobot For Advisors.
An increase of stock market prices is only sustainable when it matches economic growth. Otherwise it’s pure speculation, and history has shown that ‘corrections’ inevitably happen.
One of LendingRobot’s most useful settings is it’s “Fully Automated” mode.
As the peer lending ecosphere grows so does the concept. There are still new peer lending marketplaces forming, many of which have unique twists.
In a previous article, we conducted a preliminary investigation of applying Modern Portfolio Theory to Lending Club.