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Lending Club Performance

Recently I posted my Lending Club performance, showing my return rate chart from the beginning of investing, my account value growth and my interest paid. You can see it here.

I also was claiming in several of my older posts that I was able to avoid default notes or even late notes due to my strategy of watching notes. To prove it I decided to post the following printscreen showing my account and showing my results.

Lending Club

You can click on the picture to enlarge it.

As I said before, I have been investing with Lending Club for almost three years (this coming March 2013 it will be three years), I have saved slightly above $7,000 and my rate of return is now at 13.12% and rising. As you can see from the picture under the “My Notes at-a-Glance” I have zero late, default or charged off notes so far (and I hope it will stay like that in the future).

2 responses to “Lending Club Performance”

  1. Martin says:

    Doug, please contact me via the contact form at

    At this point I am not planning on publishing my “watch method”, but I can send via email.

  2. Doug says:

    I’d love to hear more detail on how you watch your notes to know when to sell them to avoid defaults. I’ve done fairly well on Lending Club, but defaults are starting to drag on my performance. Thanks.

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