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P2P Meltdown Continues: LoanDepot's CDO Collapses Just 10 Months After Issuance

We first noted Wall Street's misguided plan to feed its securitization machine with peer-to-peer (P2P) loans back in May 2015 (see "What Bubble? Wall Street To Turn P2P Loans Into CDOs"). Obviously we warned then that the voracious demand for P2P loans was a direct product of central bank policies that had sent investors searching far and wide for yield leaving them so desperate they were willing to gamble on the payment streams generated by loans made on peer-to-peer platforms.
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