When Auto Invest is not investing, it is usually due to a lack of available loans corresponding to your settings, or because Auto Invest is not configured properly, i.e. the settings are mutually contradictory. The most common error is to set a preference for maximum loan-to-value (LTV) when the intent is to invest in loans without collateral. Setting the value for “maximum LTV” will only allow Auto Invest to select loans with collateral, taking into account the selected LTV.
Articles in this section
- What is Auto Invest and how does it work?
- How can I stop Auto Invest?
- What will happen to my Auto Invest diversification settings if I will decrease the maximum portfolio size?
- How does the maximum Auto Invest portfolio size affect the diversification?
- When setting up the diversification feature for an existing Auto Invest portfolio, can I set an investment limit that is lower than the actual outstanding investment share of my portfolio for a particular loan originator?
- Can I see the current distribution of my outstanding investment across the loan originators?
- What will happen if I add or remove loan originators from my Auto Invest portfolio that has the diversification feature enabled?
- Can I disable the Auto Invest diversification feature once I have enabled it?
- Can I still invest manually if I have Auto Invest?
- Does it cost anything to use Auto Invest?