Russell Clark,
Portfolio Manager
January 2019 Autocallables, Eurostoxx 50 and Suppressed Volatility

"Autocallables are a service, where banks will offer to sell insurance on the stock market on your behalf, and you will receive premiums in return. So, rather than buying an autocallable, it’s better to think of an investor as posting collateral for a bank to sell puts on their behalf."

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