Mini futures

Mini Futures are securities that allow an investor to gain returns in a rising market (Mini Long) or declining market (Mini Short) of a certain share or other underlying asset. In this way, Mini Futures are similar to warrants and options. Just like with warrants, any return is paid out in cash.

A Mini Future consists of two elements: the capital invested by the investor and the loan offered by the issuer. Mini Futures are typically open-end securities which means that they do not have a predefined expiration date and hence have no time value. This makes the valuation of the Mini Future relatively simple. The value of a Mini Future is based on the difference between the capital invested and the loan offered by the issuer, adjusted with a multiplier (=the number of Mini Futures needed to buy the underlying asset).

Mini Futures


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