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Risks and Opportunities of Structured Products

Structured products are a form of debt issued by a bank or financial intermediary. Investors receive money linked to the performance of one or more underlying assets, like stocks, commodities, or currencies.

This guide breaks down the common features of these fast-growing, complex assets. Add context to the rising popularity of structured products with insights from Morningstar and Luma Financial Technologies.

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Research Library Risks and Opportunities of Structured Products

What's Inside:

  • Dig into structured products and their advantages and disadvantages.
  • Compare structured products to other financial instruments.
  • Determine where structured products fit in Morningstar’s framework.

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