If you understood the concept of an option, you should be able to quickly get to grips with warrants — at least if, like me, you were asked to explain them. All you’d need to do is reread the definition of an option, make a few technical and administrative adjustments, and there you go: job done!
A mini-future is the offspring of a standard futures contract. In comparison to its parent, the future, the mini-future is a recent creation, and has gradually become more widely used among a broader investor base.
What is a future? A future is an agreement to buy or sell a
Swiss DOTS: longer trading hours, affordable and secure _
Some eight years after its launch, this over-the-counter trading platform has found is firmly established in the Swiss structured product market. The five participating issuers now offer over 90,000 derivative products.
In Switzerland, listed mini-futures vie with knock-out warrants for second place behind warrants, the undisputed leader, when it comes to the monthly trading volume in leveraged products. Mini-futures enable investors to participate, using leverage, in the price development of...
Constant leverage certificates have been available in Switzerland since 2012. They offer above-average profit potential when prices fluctuate significantly, thanks to their constant leverage. Factor certificates, as they were originally called,