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Most warrants offer a degree of gearing and give the warrant holder the right but not the obligation to buy, sell or participate in the performance of an underlying investment, before or on the expiry date.
Being a derivative security, warrants derive their price from an underlying asset such as shares and exchange-traded products, a share price index, debt, currencies, or commodities.
Broadly, there are two types of warrants: investment warrants and trading warrants.
Most warrants carry a degree of leverage, so they can give you the opportunity to magnify gains depending on the performance of the underlying asset/s.
You can gain exposure to the performance of the underlying investment(s) for less money than having to buy it outright.
Some types of call and put warrants can expire worthless, however the loss is limited to the invested capital.
The market price of warrants is affected by movements in the underlying share price, and broader economic and market conditions.
Each warrant is a contract between the warrant issuer and the warrant holder. The warrant holder is therefore exposed to the risk that the issuer will not perform its obligations under the warrant.
Warrants are decaying assets so it’s important to monitor expiry dates and know when to exercise a warrant.
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