From 3% Fixed
interest Rate: This
means it can be as low as 3% and can be Higher. It depends upon the
quality and type of publicly traded security owned. (Interest Only) Stability, trading
volume and share price are factors in determining the interest rate.
The above illustration
is an estimated example only, based from 3% "Interest Only" payments. The most
attractive interest rates and terms and conditions are available to those stocks
with good strong and steady volume and price, and low volatility. Prices
over $5/share typically get best prices as long as volatility is low and volume
is strong and steady. Exxon, Proctor and Gamble, and Cisco are considered blue
chip stocks and ideal cases. Strong and steady volume is highly prized as it
allows some predictability. Good stocks, like good investments, always
get the best terms. A precise FREE analysis will be provided when you apply.
Stability, trading volume and price are factors in determining the interest
rate, term and Loan to value. The leading indicators when determining the
eligibility of a stock as collateral are going to be exchange, volatility, share
price, liquidity, trends, filings, short term trading volume and long term
trading volume. When providing a FREE quote, we will explain how these factors
relate to "your" securities presented as collateral. No obligation.
An interest-only loan
is a loan in which, for a set term, the borrower pays only the interest on the
principal balance, with the principal balance unchanged. No principal reduction.