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Subject: Would you pay off Home loans at 4.75%?? Date: 7/28/2013 4:20 AM
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Given the large run-up in equities this year, low interest rates on savings or BOND instruments.

If you had money sitting on the sideline (earning next to nothing) would you.

a. Pay off/down home loans at 4.75%
b. Leave it on the sidelines for now
c. Invest in equities today
d. Invest in bonds
e. Buy additional properties (I live in California)


If you leave you chose b. leave it on the sideline, would you invest in equities after, Fed stops its buyback program and market absorbs the impact, presumably lower equities.
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