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Buy Now Pay Later

Buy Now Pay Later is a form of short-term financing to buy more stocks with the same capital amount.

Buy Now Pay Later

When you place a BNPL order, you invest a fraction of the stock’s total purchase value and the stockbroker lends the remaining amount at a nominal interest rate to be repaid later.

BNPL is an attractive investment opportunity because it offers flexibility and convenience to investors who want to make large purchases but don’t want to risk their capital on volatile markets. 

BNPL can also be used as a way of managing risk in portfolios that contain multiple stocks or bonds.

 

BENEFITS OF BNPL

  • Up to 5x Leverage: You can buy up to five times more stocks as the purchased stock amount is up to four times more.
  • Effective Risk Management: The excess money allows you to buy various stocks to spread the risk and diversify your portfolio.
  • Helpful in case of shortage of funds:You can make bigger investments when you are low on funds and cannot buy high-value stocks.
  • Benefit From Corporate Actions: Dividends earned through the stock purchased via BNPL will be credited to your bank account. Therefore, if you have purchased 5x stock through BNPL, you will get 5x benefit through corporate actions.

In essence, it’s an equity loan that can help investors lock in their profits without having to sell their shares or make any additional investments. 

The BNPL method also allows investors to hold onto their investments longer without having to pay transaction costs, such as commissions.

How to Place BNPL Order :https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GLRYMEhM63g

 

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FAQs

Q- What does BNPL stand for?

A form of short-term financing known as buy now, pay later (BNPL) enables customers to make purchases and pay for them at a later time, frequently interest-free. BNPL agreements, often known as "point of sale instalment loans," are quickly gaining popularity as a form of payment, particularly for online purchases.

 

Q- What happens if I don't pay BNPL?

You will accrue a sizable debt if you don't pay the BNPL payment because the corporation will keep adding interest to the amount that needs to be paid. 

Further delaying the payment will damage your credit score, making it more challenging for you to obtain loans or credit cards in the future. 

If you don't pay the money back on schedule, you might not be able to utilise the BNPL facility in the future. Even if you are permitted, the BNPL firm will probably charge an extremely high interest rate.

 

Q- Why is BNPL growing?

The absence of a prior credit history need and no-cost EMIs are the two key reasons BNPL is expanding. - Only available on the Pay-in-3 option and certain products; 0% interest/no cost.

 

 

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