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Super Contributor
Hi All, I will be (shortly) looking to by some shares. Can anyone comment on the share installments? I dont want the gearing of the SSF's but would like to have SOME leverage. Prolly be on AGL or BIL. My question to those who have used them is, is there a better product? Eds vs SI's. What is the luquidity situation like? How are they priced that kind of thing. Comments / suggestions? - Paul C
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Valued Contributor
Paul, they are as liquid as the underlying share. An the EDS have a barrier level, make sure you understand the implication sif you get barriered.
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Super Contributor
Thanx Simon, The barrier, does it operate the same as with waves?
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Valued Contributor
yes, except that there is most likely value left that will be paid out after the barrier is hit in that the level is above the striek level.
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Super Contributor
Simon, any reason why the barrier levels aren't shown on OST (unless I am missing it)? is this something that will be added in future? tx
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