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<< I think the safest option is to make oneself the passbook loan on the money, and pay it back at 1% interest. Were it not for the fact that I thought I could do better in the stock market given the history of the past year, it is the option I would have chosen myself. >>

Thanks for all the replies. I think the passbook loan is the best option for me, but what is a "passbook loan"? I'll probably be better off just gettin the loan and keep my stock money where it belongs, the stock market.

P.S. Just a reminder, I'm only 23, single, and make an OK salary so I am willing to risk a little more than said someone who may be married or something.
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