Shares

Company shares are probably the most well known financial instruments in the world. When you buy a stock, you are purchasing a given number of a company’s shares that represent ownership of a corporation.

 

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Managed Discretionary Accounts  (MDA)

A Managed Discretionary Account is an account which we trade completely on your behalf. Transparency is the key here; trading strategies and traded instruments are clearly specified. Trading is carried out within defined rules and risk is carefully managed and defined.

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Futures

A futures contract is a legally binding agreement to deliver or receive a given quantity and quality of a commodity at an agreed price on a specific date or dates in the future.

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Technical Analysis

Technical Analysis gives an investor a historical basis, hence providing an important key analysis tool for any liquid financial product.

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Options

An Option gives the purchaser the right, but not the obligation, to buy (for a call option) or sell (for a put option) a specific amount of a given stock, commodity, currency, index, or debt, at a specified price (the strike price) during a specified period of time.

 

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CFD’s

Contracts for Difference are a stock derivative product that enables investors to participate in the price movement of an underlying stock or stock index without taking ownership of the underlying instrument itself.

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Online Brokerage – Share Investing

All articles, videos, courses and commentary available in the Knowledge Centre, whether on this site or that of third parties, is strictly provided for educational purposes only, and must not be considered as investment advice or recommendations to invest, trade or deal in any product or instrument.  Furthermore, all trading and investment involves risk;  and certain products, instruments or markets may not be appropriate for all investors.  This applies in particular to derivative products, and detailed information about the risks associated with such products can be found by reviewing the article “Understanding Options‘ provided by the ASX (available on this site), or by requesting a copy from the ASX.  Examples of securities shown are for demonstrative and educational purposes only, and should not be considered investment advice.