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Title: Opinion on Wunder Solar Funds
Post by: SLCPaladin on July 20, 2017, 11:59:35 AM
I read the feature article on lendingacademy.com about Wunder capital (e.g., retail investor solar financing platform) and I was wondering if there are any Lend Academy forum participants who have invested on their platform. If so, what is your experience been?
Title: Re: Opinion on Wunder Solar Funds
Post by: lascott on November 19, 2018, 01:01:51 AM
I read the feature article on lendingacademy.com about Wunder capital (e.g., retail investor solar financing platform) and I was wondering if there are any Lend Academy forum participants who have invested on their platform. If so, what is your experience been?
I have quite a bit invested via STRATA and some 1099-OID taxable. Will add more via STRATA.
I get paid monthly in a very similar way to a Lending Club loan pays you back.
A lot of growth with this company and hiring experienced people with related experience.
They are in different offices than they were initially.
In a Q&A at 43:25 minutes in Bryan Birsic (CEO) talks about Lending Club pairing "payment dependent note". https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UFhaOiWlIXY

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Title: Re: Opinion on Wunder Solar Funds
Post by: HappilyRetired on November 25, 2018, 03:51:29 PM
I invested the minimum in two of their funds back in 2017 to get my feet wet and have been getting paid monthly as expected (the money is sent to my outside linked bank account).
Title: Re: Opinion on Wunder Solar Funds
Post by: lascott on December 08, 2018, 08:03:23 PM
I just listened to the "Watt It Takes: The Origin Story of Wunder Capital". I was incredibly impressed and obtained a new appreciation for the co-founders and the growing company. A fantastic set of questions and really impressive and frank answers by Wunder Capital CEO Bryan Birsic.

 https://www.greentechmedia.com/articles/read/watt-it-takes-the-origin-story-of-wunder-capital#gs.d445.7MhXztI