When you have a margin loan, you'll probably be interested to know what the LVR is for the stocks you have in your portfolio. It's a percentage figure that represents how much you can borrow against a particular stock.
For example, if a stock has an LVR of 70%, the maximum amount we will allow you to borrow is up to 70% of the value of your holding, on the condition that you provide the other 30%.
CommSec offers a wide variety of Accepted ASX Listed Equities and Accepted Managed Funds that you can borrow against. In our Accepted Shares List (also known as Approved Securities List), we provide details on what shares and managed funds are accepted, and what the LVR is for each one.
- Current LVR is your current gearing level. Continue reading "LVR stands for Loan to Value Ratio"