Author: Patrick L.Young
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From the Inside Flap
Single stock futures are regarded by many as the ultimate derivative. Having finally made their US trading debut in November 2002, the market is set for explosive global growth during 2003 and 2004. Written by experienced traders, this book is the first practical guide to an innovative product that is increasingly being traded throughout the world.
From the Back Cover
As yet, single stock futures are still in their infancy, but they now represent the most exciting new product launch within the equity derivatives arena. They have a multiplicity of advantages for many traders and investors, being cheap, easy to understand, and a highly efficient use of capital to enhance investor opportunities.
“SSFs have been portrayed…as a new stage in the evolution of financial derivatives – which is certainly the case. But they could be more than that: they could radically alter the dynamics of equity investing…The possibilities are huge, but as yet only dimly perceived.”
From Single Stock Futures – The Ultimate Derivative, written by David Lascelles for the Centre for the Study of Financial Innovation.