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Cash Flow is King in Peer to Peer Lending Investments

Peer to peer lending is a unique for many reasons, but one that is often overlooked in my opinion is the cash flow both LendingClub and […]

OnDeck Loans Review for Small Business Borrowers

Thinking of applying for a short-term business loan with OnDeck Capital or just want to learn more about options when it comes to small business lending? […]

My Peer to Peer Lending Returns – Q3 2014

Q3 of 2014 continued the trend of returns over 10% in both Prosper and Lending Club.  I now have nearly $22,000 invested between Lending Club […]

The History of Peer to Peer Lending

This is a guest post from Suretize.  Suretize is about making money from money. For individuals, it provides ‘starter’ information about how to maximize the […]

Q & A with NoteX360 – Execution Services for the Alternative Lending Market

I reached out to Simon Hermiz who is the co-founder and CEO of NoteX360 to learn more about their offerings.   The easiest way to understand NoteX360 […]

From the Peer And Social Lending Mailbox – #2

As the blog continues to gain readership, I often get questions from the contact form. We all know that there is no such thing as a stupid […]

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Investing in Lending Club’s IPO

On November 17th, investors received the below email from Lending Club stating that the IPO shares of Lending Club (ticker: LC) are to be offered through Fidelity.  Keep in mind it was recently reported that Lending Club may be seeking a buyer. If you are a Lending Club investor as of September 2014, you should […]

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Peer & Social Lending 2014 Wrap Up

2014 was the biggest year yet for peer to peer lending and in turn was the biggest year for the Peer & Social Lending blog.  I’ll hit on some of the highlights of the past year as well as talk about what I anticipate in 2015 for this site.  Most importantly, in 2014 we had […]

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Cash Flow is King in Peer to Peer Lending Investments

Peer to peer lending is a unique for many reasons, but one that is often overlooked in my opinion is the cash flow both LendingClub and Prosper accounts provide. As I touched in a recent post about the complaints of peer to peer lending, liquidity is one of the biggest complaints.  I offered a counterpoint that the […]