#1Adam Nashon 04.10.07 at 6:48 am
This makes a lot of sense to me. This lets you track your entire Prosper portfolio as one giant hybrid security. Only takes three transactions per month, and very easy to enter.
The only problem is you can’t see the internal performance of each loan. Still, until Proper offers downloadable transactions, this might be the best way.
I’m going to link my post to this one. Thanks!
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