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Exposure at default and return on investment

This blog post is part 3 of a “Beyond the default rate” series, which investigates what the default rate actually means, how it affects you and why you should know more than simply the number you see on some report. If you haven’t yet read the previous posts in the series, please do that before […]

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16 tactics and strategies for P2P-lending

Few months ago I got this idea of putting together a Reference Guide of different tactics and strategies that investors can use with their P2P-lending investments. I have been working on this as a side project every now and then and the outcome is an overview of 16 strategies and tactics or different styles of investing […]

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Comparing apples with oranges – mistakes with analyses

This blog post is part 4 of a “Beyond the default rate” series, which investigates what the default rate actually means, how it affects you and why you should know more than simply the number you see on some report. If you haven’t yet read the previous posts in the series, please do that before reading […]

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Initial defaults vs current default rate

This blog post is part 3 of a “Beyond the default rate” series, which investigates what the default rate actually means, how it affects you and why you should know more than simply the number you see on some report. If you haven’t yet read the previous posts in the series, please do that before […]

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The time element in default rate calculations

This blog post is part of a “Beyond the default rate” series, which investigates what the default rate actually means, how it affects you and why you should know more than simply the number you see on some report. If you haven’t yet read the previous post in the series, please do that before reading […]

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Would you invest into a 20% default rate loan group?

This blog post is part of a “Beyond the default rate” series, which investigates what the default rate actually means, how it affects you and why you should know more than simply the number you see on some report. If I told you there’s a loan group with 20% default rate. Would you be willing […]