Callable Bull/Bear Contracts (CBBC)
Callable Bull/Bear Contracts (CBBC) are a type of structured product with a leverage effect that tracks the performance of an underlying asset without requiring investors to pay the full price required to own the actual asset. CBBC are issued either as Bull contract or Bear contract. Buying the Bull contract indicates the investors take a bullish position on the underlying asset and profit from the rise in value of it. On the other hand, investors buying the Bear contract take a bearish position on the underlying asset and profit from the drop in value of it.
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Investing in structured products involves risks. The price of structured products may fluctuate and investors may sustain a total loss of their investment. Callable bull/bear contracts have a mandatory call feature and may be terminated early, in such case, (i) an investor of category N callable bull/bear contracts will not receive any cash payment; (ii) the residual value for category R callable bull/bear contracts may be zero. Past performance is not indicative of future results. Investors should read the full details of the structured products set out in the listing documents carefully, make their own risk assessment before making any investment decision and obtain independent professional advice if necessary. The issuer of structured product is usually its liquidity provider and may be the only liquidity provider for the structured product. Structured product might not have any collateral. If the Issuer is insolvent or defaults, investors may not recover part or all of the amount due. uSMART Securities Limited will endeavor to ensure the accuracy and reliability of the information in this website, but our company does not guarantee the information is accurate, and does not assume any loss or damage caused by any inaccuracies or omissions. The information provided in this website is for reference only and does not constitute any offer, invitation, solicitation, recommendation, opinion or any guarantee of any securities, financial products or tools. The content of this website has not been reviewed by the Securities and Futures Commission.