A warrant is a popular derivative that give the right to buy or sell underlying assets (e.g. indices, stocks), a pre-set price on or before a specified date.
Advantage of warrant is the use of leverage. However, every coin has two-sides. It may enlarge your profits or losses by the same magnitude.
CBBCs are a type of structured product by which the investor can track the trend of a certain asset without requiring investors to pay the full price required to own the actual asset. CBBCs consist of bulls and bears with a fixed expiry date, allowing investors to take bullish or bearish positions on the underlying asset. CBBCs are issued by a third party (usually an investment bank), independent of HKEx and the underlying asset.
Less influenced by the implied volatility
Mandatory call mechanism
ETF (Exchange Traded Fund) is a fund listed on a stock exchange, that tracks an underlying index.Learn more >>
Using Securities Account to trade in Exchange
Option give its holders right, but not obligation, to buy or sell they underlying asset at a specific price at expiry.Learn more >>
Unique profit and loss structure (non-linear profit and loss structure)
Structured products are complex products. Investors should be cautious when trading. The price of the structured products may move up or down dramatically, and may even become valueless. Prospective investors should ensure that they understand the nature and risks and seek professional advice when necessary. Please also note that CBBCs have a mandatory call feature and may therefore be subject to early termination.
For risk details, please refer to Eddid Securities and Futures Limited Risks of Structured Products Disclosure Statement.