Using debt to invest is often labelled as absolutely wrong for most people.
I’ll have you consider that likely your largest investment was done using large amounts of leverage.
If you put $100,000 on a $700,000 house then you are 7 times leveraged.
The reason that you are likely okay with this is because you won’t be selling until the debt (mortgage) is paid off… likely in retirement.
While I don’t recommend borrowing to invest for many people I outline circumstances under which you may want to consider it.
I also outline a method that seems less risky but still uses debt to invest and then using the income to pay down your mortgage.
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