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Warrants are so-called leverage products for private investors and have a leverage effect with which the movements of an underlying asset (share index, commodity, currency or bond) can be profited above average. With relatively little capital investment, high profits are possible. But beware! However, the lever also works in the opposite direction so that very high losses can occur. In any case, one should approach trading with warrants with a well thought-out strategy in order to keep potential losses as small as possible. The warrant differs from a share in that a warrant is the tradable form of a right; unlike warrants, shares are investments in companies.


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