Category: Structured Notes

Structured Notes

Do you invest in structured notes?  If so, you may want to listen to this video. Let’s first start by defining a structured note. A structured note is a debt security issued by financial institutions. Its return is based on equity indexes, a single equity, a basket of equities, interest rates, commodities, or foreign currencies. The performance of a structured note is linked to the return on an underlying asset, group of assets, or […]

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Is Deutsche Bank in your portfolio? You may want to re-think | Vernon Litigation Group

KEEP DEUTSCHE BANK OUT OF YOUR PORTFOLIO UNLESS YOU ARE SPECULATING THAT IT’S FORTUNES WILL DRAMATICALLY IMPROVE At Vernon Litigation Group, we have been warning investors about any type of investment that is dependent on Deutsche Bank through blog posts, videos and social media. The latest development is that Deutsche Bank is now considering cutting a fifth of employees in an effort to save money according to a recent Bloomberg […]

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