Options can be used in a number of ways:
Provide protection for your share
Opportunity for profit by taking a
particular view on a stock's direction.
Potential for income by writing covered
Providing leverage in volatile
Futures and options can have high levels of risks associated
with them and you need to understand those risks as well as
the benefits. Only derivative accredited Advisers can give advice
on futures and options. These experienced Advisers can explain the
risks and benefits of using derivatives as part of your investment
pricing and execution
- Our trading system provides fast and efficient execution and
pricing of option positions.
confirmation and monitoring
Monitor open positions, collateral and cash
position at any time, through the Bell Potter website, and receive
overnight confirmation of executed trades.
- Accrued daily and paid monthly.
a regulated market
- Options are standardised and traded through a registered
clearing and settlement facility, making it easier to close out
positions, unlike some derivative products traded over-the-counter
(OTC) between counterparties.
Issued by financial institutions and traded on the ASX and
Chi-X, warrants can be used for both trading and investment. Each
warrant is unique, with its own features and risks, so it's
important to have the right advice before you invest.
Bell Potter's experienced and accredited Advisers can help you
understand the features of different warrants and the risks and
benefits of including them as part of your investment strategy.
Bell Potter provides you with access to the full range of
These can be used to gain leveraged exposure
to shares, baskets of shares or listed managed investments
- such as exchange traded funds (ETFs) - by making a part
payment upfront and delaying an optional final payment until a
later date. This allows you to buy shares for a portion of the
current share price while receiving the benefits of potential
capital growth, dividends and franking credits.
Self-funding instalment warrants
- Longer-term warrants, where dividends are used to reduce the
final payment for the underlying shares.
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