Should you borrow to invest?
With interest rates up 3.5% so far in 2022, you may be wondering if it still makes sense.
Spoiled with low interest rates so low, leverage seemed so obvious with a credit line at 3% and tax-deductible.
As a financial planner and expert on the Smith Manoeuvre strategy, and a proponent of investing in the stock market, my latest video will give you my insight.
- How to borrow to invest (“leverage”) effectively.
- What happened with leverage in past periods of high interest rates?
- How high can interest rates go & borrowing to invest is still beneficial?
- Rule of thumb for breakeven point of borrowing to invest.
- What is the mindset you need to borrow to invest effectively?
- What is the best tax deduction after RRSP for high income people?
I hope you enjoy it!
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