Warrants

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Boost your Investments

Warrants allow the investor to have an exposure to an underlying asset at a lower price, which makes potential returns to be boosted, both up and down.

Protection against risk

When you buy a put on a Stock you hold, you are protected against an eventual decrease in the value of that Stock.

Invest while the value is growing or decreasing

Warrants allow you to invest while the value is growing or decreasing according to an expected evolution of the underlying asset.

Strategic investment

Allows you to define complex strategies in order to invest in the volatility of the underlying asset.

Frequently Asked Questions

What else do you need to know?

These are our frequently asked questions.

What does high risk mean? Will I lose my money?

Risk can be defined as the probability to incur in losses over the expected gains. This metric is present in every single fund, and the classification attributed to it is on a scale of 1 to 7. The fund’s risk is as high as its value, up to a maximum of 7. The higher the risk the higher the probability to lose, however, the probability to win more is also higher.

How to contact ActivoBank?

If you have any doubts or want to clarify any information, you can contact ActivoBank through: Helpline. 210 030 700; Skype: ActivoBankSimplifica; Email: apoioaclientes@activobank.pt

How do stock exchange operations work?

In order to buy a Stock, you must place a buy order, in which you define the price at which you want to buy the Stock, and the amount of Stocks that you wish to purchase. As soon as there is someone selling at the same price on the market, the order is executed. The same applies to a sell order.

What's a Warrant?

A Warrant is a contract that gives you the right to buy or sell a certain asset at a certain price, called the Strike price, on a certain date. There are two types of contracts: calls grant the right to buy the asset, and puts grant the right to sell the asset. An investor who has a call benefits from an increase in the price of the asset, and profits if, on the date of exercising the call, the price of the asset is above the strike price. Vice versa for a put.

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