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High performance with tamed risk _
Creating value in the double-digit percentage range while simultaneously keeping fluctuations in value under control is a difficult exercise. We show you how to find these hidden gems and the products on Swiss DOTS you can use to implement them.
Against all odds, Swiss DOTS and their five participating issuers have found a place in the Swiss leveraged products market and firmly established themselves there. More than 90'000 derivatives products can be efficiently traded at affordable prices via the platform.
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,