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Personal Investment Derivatives
Warrant, is a derivative security issued by banks, that gives the holder the right to purchase an underlying security at a specific price within a certain time frame. There are two different types of warrants, a call warrant and a put warrant for matching with bullish or bearish views towards the underlying. The prices of warrants are a portion of the underlying, its initial cost is low, the leverage and gearing they offer is high.

Callable Bull/Bear Contract, or CBBC in short form, is a Delta One derivative product that provides investors with a leverage investment in underlying assets, which can be a single stock, or an index. CBBC has two types of contracts, Callable Bull Contract and Callable Bear Contract for investing investors bullish or bearish on the prospect of the underlying. CBBC has a built in "trigger point" called called price, it will be called immediately by the issuers when the price of the underlying asset reaches a call price before expiry.

Exchange Traded Fund, or ETF, is a security that tracks an index, a commodity or a basket of assets like an index fund, but trades like a stock on an exchange. Its advantages , namely high liquidity, flexibility, transparence, effectiveness in saving cost, and coverage on varied kinds of assets gain the appetite of investors globally.

 
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