Standard Bank Share Trading
Standard Bank Share Trading Online has a variety of diverse popular transactional products so you can start building or enhance your investment and trading portfolio. Standard Bank Share Trading delivers all the goods, and you can trade with ordinary share to investments with derivatives on selected stocks, currencies and commodities. With Standard Bank Share Trading, you can actively transact a variety of listed Johannesburg Stock Exchange Limited products which Standard Bank continuously evolves to add even more choice within your investment portfolio.
Standard Bank Share Trading Products:
- Shares: Shares have good potential returns and you have the ability to manage risk by diversifying your portfolio across sectors and companies. You will receive dividends and have the potential to create long-term investments.
- Equity Warrants: Warrants allow investors to take advantage of positive and negative movements in an underlying share because investors have the right but not obligation to either buy or sell an underlying share at a specific rate. With warrants, you can benefit from fluctuations in the price of an underlying share.
- Covered Calls: A common option strategy used to enhance the returns on your portfolio. A Covered Call is a strategy whereby an investor sells or shorts a call option over shares that they already own to a buyer, which in this case is The Standard Bank of South Africa Limited.
- Share Installments: These are instruments that allow investors to gain exposure to some of the JSE Limited’s leading companies. Benefit from benefits like capital growth and dividends or directly owning some of the country’s leading stocks without having to pay the full purchase price on the first day.
- Single Stock Futures: A standardized contract of a standard quantity of a specific underlying asset that expires on a predetermined future date and at an agreed price at which it will trade in the future.
- Currency Futures: A currency future is a futures contract to exchange one currency for another at a specified date in the future at a price that is fixed on the purchase date.
- Index Futures: ALSI futures are futures that are contract based on the Top 40 index, usually trading at a slight premium to the underlying asset being the Top 40 index. The ALMI future is technically a smaller version of the ALSI future with every index point worth only R1 and the margin required also being a tenth of the ALSI futures margin R2,550. As there is a market maker, this index will track the ALSI futures.
- Contracts For Difference (CFD’s): CFD contracts produce a means for an investor to hedge against risk exposure or to speculate when an exchange rate change appears imminent.
- Exchange Traded Notes (ETN’s): Exchange traded notes are JSE listed instruments which track the performance of a single underlying, or index or basket of underlyings. The Standard Bank of South Africa Limited’s Commodity-Linker ETNs provide investors with exposure to the performance of commodities.
Standard Bank contact details:
Address: 5 Simmonds Street
Tel: 0860 101 341
Email: [email protected]
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