Structured Notes

Do you invest in structured notes? If so, you may want to listen to this video.

Let’s first start by defining a structured note. A structured note is a debt security issued by financial institutions. Its return is based on equity indexes, single equity, a basket of equities, interest rates, commodities, or foreign currencies. The performance of a structured note is linked to the return on an underlying asset, group of assets, or index.

Could it also be an unsecured loan to your own brokerage firm? Listen below to find out.

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