Options on Futures as Strategic Investment Vehicles
What do the investment strategies of Microsoft, Apple and Home Depot have in common? According to their 2017 annual reports, it’s derivatives.
A new report from Tabb Group explores why more companies are using instruments like options on futures. From explosive growth in electronic trading to regulatory tailwinds incentivizing their use, options on futures present expanded opportunities in today’s financial markets.
Read case studies on how options on futures enhance many hedging and trading strategies – and deliver more cost efficiencies than over-the counter alternatives.
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Futures trading is not suitable for all investors, and involves risk of loss. Futures are a leverage instrument, and because only a percentage of a contract’s value is required to trade, it is possible to lose more than the amount of money initially deposited for a futures product.
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