Hi there, yes, if you time the market correctly, you could buy more TOMO and sell it a a big enough profit to repay your loan and pocket the difference.

However, this only works if the value of TOMO rises — so there is an element of risk. A better (and safer) use of this strategy would be to buy more TOMO when you know for certain you can repay the loan at a later date.

This is useful if you think TOMO is undervalued and you’d like to buy while the price is low, but for whatever reason, you don’t have available funds (but will have in the future).

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