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Stock (also known as capital stock) is a form of security that indicates the ownership of a fraction of a corporation. A single share of stock represents the corporation's fractional ownership in proportion to the total number of shares. Therefore, a corporation can raise capital and funds by issuing stock certificates in the stock market.
Compared with other financial markets, the US market has a large scale, low investment barrier, high transparency and strong liquidity. Its large transaction volume, market capitalization and number of listed companies provide international investors with unique investment opportunities.
An initial public offering (IPO) is the first time a privately held company issues shares to the public, which leads to a market listing. Once the company is listed in the public market, its shares are available for free market trading.
Structured products are a relatively complex investment. A structured product is a pre-packaged structured finance investment strategy based on a basket of securities, debt issuance or foreign currencies, and derivatives.
Inline Warrants are a type of structured product that allows investors to generate returns during a range-bound market and receives a pre-determined fixed payment at expiry.
Exchange Traded Fund (ETF) is an open-end fund that can be bought and sold on stock exchange. All ETFs listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange are collective investment schemes approved by the SFC. It can be managed actively or passively depending on the market conditions.
Margin account is also known as cash overdraft account. Investors can use the stocks in the margin account as collateral, borrow funds to invest according to a certain proportion of the total value of the assets in the account, and improve the profitability of clients in the form of leverage.