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Structured products are a broad category of financial instruments that investors can use to benefit from price movements in certain underlying assets, often only with a relatively small investment. Among others, the underlying assets could be individual stocks, indices, commodities or currency pairs.
Examples of structured products are turbos, warrants and certificates. Each structured product differs from the other, and some even have built-in leverage.
Structured products are issued by a third party, which is usually a bank. The bank generates income from these products by charging financing costs in the form of interest and other fees.
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Due to their complexity, structured products are not suitable for beginner or inexperienced investors. If you are a beginning investor, it is best to start off with basic financial products, such as stocks, bonds, exchange-traded funds (ETFs) and investment funds. With these, potential losses are limited to your initial investment.
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