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Investor Account Performance

Investor Account Returns by Average Age of Portfolio

This chart shows the performance of all investor accounts on the Lending Club platform that have invested in at least 100 Notes. Use the controls to the right of the chart to customize which accounts are highlighted and to visualize how different factors can influence returns.

You can customize the weighted average Note age of the selected investors by moving the red bar at the bottom of the chart. Remember that this reflects the weighted average age of the Notes in a portfolio, and not the age of the account.

Net Annualized Return
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  Investor Population1
  Selected Investors2

Minimum Number of Notes
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Portfolio Concentration
Maximum Note size is less than

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Weighted Average Interest Rate
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Benefits of Diversification

    

These charts illustrate how diversification-spreading an investment equally across hundreds or even thousands of Notes-can drive more solid returns. Lending Club investors with more diversified accounts have generally experienced less volatility and more solid returns than investors with more concentrated holdings. Diversification increases when you purchase additional Notes related to different borrower loans.

Diversification Can Reduce Volatility of Returns
Owning 100+ Notes Reduces Risk in Your Returns

* Data in these charts is for informational use only. It is impersonal and not individualized for any specific investor's financial situation and is not investment advice. These charts are not intended to be, nor should you interpret them to be, a prediction of how a particular portfolio will actually perform. You should always carefully consider investments in any security and you should be comfortable with your understanding of the investment. You may also consider consulting investment professionals.

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