Index certificates: Track a market cost-effectively
Using index certificates you can invest cost-efficiently in entire markets. The performance perfectly reflects that of the reference index.
Four reasons for Index Certificates
- With a single security you cost-effectively track an entire market.
- You can invest in commodities and baskets of equities that would otherwise not be readily accessible to you.
- The performance of index certificates is easy to follow.
- The certificates can be bought and sold each trading day from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. through Börse Stuttgart.
Tops & Flops
An entire market in a single security
Index certificates rely on a variety of underlying assets. Many track a stock index: With a DAX index certificate your investment replicates the performance of the leading German stock index. If the exchange barometer rises by five percent, then your certificate climbs by the same amount. The same applies of course if the DAX falls. The major advantage of this category of certificates: You use a single security to track a whole host of instruments and thus diversify your risk.
What is more, index certificates are uncomplicated and cost-efficient investments in baskets of equities and commodities that would otherwise not necessarily be readily accessible to you. This way you can use them to ensure an even broader diversification of your portfolio.
Börse Stuttgart is Germany’s largest exchange trading hub for certificates – here you can buy and sell index certificates every trading day from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.