Loan Constant 


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Loan ConstantThe yearly percentage of interest which remains the same over the life of an amortized loan, based on the monthly payment in relation to the principal originally loaned. For example: A $1000 loan at 9% interest for 20 years can be amortized at $9.00 per month. The constant interest rate is figured by finding one year's payments ($9.00 x 12 months = $108,00), and expressing this amount as a percentage of the principal originally borrowed (10.8% of $1000).Loan Constant Similar MatchesConstant dollarsConstant dollarsDollars of a base year used as a general measure of purchasing power. Constant dollar planConstant dollar planA plan which enables investors to accumulate shares in a mutual fund by purchasing them on a regular basis (for example monthly) with a fixed dollar amount. The dollar amount buys more shares when the price is low than when it is high, and over time the investor will have accumulated shares at a cost which is neither high nor low, but average for the period in question. Hence the other name for this process  'dollar cost averaging'. In the UK, the same principles apply to savings plans for unit trusts, and the process is called 'pound cost averaging'. Constant yield methodConstant yield methodAllocation of annual interest on a zerocoupon security for income tax use. Constant dollar planConstant dollar planMethod of purchasing securities by investing a fixed amount of money at set intervals. The investor buys more shares when the price is low and fewer shares when the price is high, thus reducing the overall cost. Constant ratio planConstant ratio planMaintaining a predetermined ratio between stock and fixed income investments through regular adjustments of distribution of funds into different investments. See: formula investing. Further SuggestionsConstant pricesConstant dollars Constant elasticity of substitution function Constant growth model Constant returns to scale 
