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Structured Products are known as securitised derivatives, this means they are derivatives (like Options or CFDs) but they can be traded like regular stocks on exchanges.

Many structured products use either Exotic Options or a specific Options Strategy which will generate a profit providing certain pre-determined conditions are met.

One example of a structured product is a covered warrant which has similar characteristics to an option, although they are usually held over a longer period than is conventional with Options trades.
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What is a Structured Product?

Morningstar video introducing Structured Products, with particular reference to their potential for income generation.


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Quick guide to structured products
http://www.iii.co.uk/tools-research/knowledge-centre/quick-guide-structured-products

Interactive investor guide to Structured Products.

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Build A Structured Product Yourself
http://seekingalpha.com/article/3987777-build-structured-product

Seeking Alpha article on how to construct your own equivalent of Structured Products using instruments like ETFs and Options.

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What is a Structured Product?

Morningstar video introducing Structured Products, with particular reference to their potential for income generation.