FINANCIAL INSTRUMENTS

Do you have a small amount of money available and want to grow it? Then investing can be a good option for you. Investing can be done in many ways. For example, you can invest in equities, options, ETFs, real estate, commodities or bonds.

STOCKS and SHARES

With the purchase of a stock, you become a small shareholder. If the company in question is successful then you benefit from dividends and price gains. You also obtain a voting right at the shareholders meeting.

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OPTIONS

An option is a right to buy or sell an underlying value or a duty to take or deliver the underlying value. This can be a stock, commodity, index or currency. With options, you can achieve a high return with a relatively small investment. 

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ETF'S

An ETF or tracker is generally a simple and understandable investment. Through an ETF, you buy a piece of an index such as the AEX, FTSE, Dax or a global equity index. Investments in ETFs are therefore also called index investors. 

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BONDS

With a bond you are lending money to a government or company. In return, you will receive interest in the form of a coupon payment. A bond is therefore a debt certificate and generally regarded as the defensive part of an investment portfolio. 

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FUTURES

A future is an agreement to trade an underlying value in the future at a price agreed in the present. The underlying value is usually an index, commodity or currency. Futures are relatively risky, because you can lose more than your investment. 

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CFD's

CFDs, or Contracts for Difference, allow you to invest in the performance of a vast range of
securities and asset classes such as shares, indices like the UK 100 and commodities such as
gold – but without having to actually purchase or own the underlying asset.

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FOREX

Information about FX pairs and trading


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