There are many options to invest in peer lending. We’ll go over each, discussing the positives, the negatives, and the costs.
This table outlines information from each individual marketplace lending platform to give investors a better insight to what they offer transparently.
The Peer Lending industry is set to celebrate its decennial anniversary in the US in 2016 (the first loan was issued in February, 2006).
The percentages of investors and borrowers are based upon the population of the state and how many actual investors are within these states.
We’re often asked to explain what is Peer Lending, and how it compares to savings accounts or the stock market.
This is a basic overview of Peer Lending (or Peer to Peer, or Crowd Lending, or Marketplace Lending) from Emmanuel, who gave this presentation at our Seattle Meetup on October 8th, 2015.
For some time, users have requested that we extend our powerful automated investing tools to provide rule-based trading on the secondary note market.