If you're looking for greater exposure in an asset class, you can trade in Warrants as easily as you trade shares. Warrants are issued to achieve higher leverage to underlying shares, indices, currencies, commodities and listed managed investments such as Exchange-traded funds (ETFs) and Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs).
Interest rate securities
Interest Rate Securities are debt investments that offer you the opportunity to lend capital to a company, financial institution or government. In return, you receive regular interest payments (either a fixed or floating rate of return) and the return of capital at maturity. There are three main types of Interest Rate Securities traded on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX): Australian Government Bonds, Corporate Bonds and Hybrid Securities.
There are three types of Hybrids
Take the opportunity to invest in Convertible Notes and profit from a company's growth. A convertible note is essentially a loan to a new business that at a triggered event will be repaid in shares.
When you invest in a Preference Share, as a holder, you rank ahead of holders of ordinary shares for the payment of dividends and recovery of capital.
Capital notes are debt securities that have equity-like features attached.
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- $19.95 or 0.11%, whichever is greater Online
- $60 or 0.2%, whichever is greater over the phone
- Position yourself for rising and falling marketsOptions can generate wealth from rising and falling markets.
- Add protectionWith a put option, you can protect shares against a potential fall in share prices.
- Enjoy additional income generationWriting call options against shares you already own can generate additional income upfront from the premium.
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Applicants must be Australian residents for taxation purposes and must be 18 years or over.
HSBC Online Share Trading is a service provided by Third Party Platform Pty Ltd ("TPP") ABN 74 121 227 905 AFSL No. 314341, a wholly owned but non-guaranteed subsidiary of Bell Financial Group Ltd (ASX:BFG), at the request of HSBC Bank Australia Limited ABN 48 006 434 162 AFSL 232595 ("HSBC"). TPP is a Participant of the ASX Limited Group and a Trading Participant of Chi-X. For a copy of the terms and conditions relating to the HSBC Online Share Trading service and the Financial Services Guide for TPP, or if you would like one to be sent to you contact us on 1300 782 811 or + 613 8663 2766. For HSBC Online Share Trading account fees and charges. Applicants must be Australian residents for taxation purposes and must be 18 years of age or over. Neither TPP nor HSBC are representatives of each other. To the extent permitted by law, HSBC will not guarantee or otherwise support TPP's obligations under the contracts or agreements connected with the HSBC Online Share Trading service. HSBC receives a commission from TPP for each client referral provided to TPP. TPP and HSBC do not provide investment advice in relation to HSBC Online Share Trading. You should consider your own financial situation, particular needs and investment objectives before acting on any of the information available on this website. HSBC does not guarantee or accept liability for any products offered by TPP.