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To start trading, you’ll need to have a Central Depository System (CDS) account with a stockbroking company. If you already have a CDS account, proceed to no. 3. Otherwise, here is a list of advisors from various stockbroking companies in Malaysia that you could contact:
Now that you’re all set up, how do you select a structured warrant that is right for you? Check out Episode 3 of our animated videos or refer to the warrant search tool to see a list of all available warrants.
If you are trading a structured warrant listed by Macquarie, you should always refer to the live matrix to see where Macquarie’s bid and offer prices will be in the warrant for various levels in the underlying.
You may also refer to the trending warrants list on our home page for trading ideas.
On your broker’s trading platform, you will be able to view all structured warrants listed on Bursa Malaysia, just like shares. Once you have used the tools on Macquarie’s website to select the right structured warrant for you, you can simply buy or sell in the same way that you buy or sell shares. If you are unsure of how to buy or sell securities, please refer to your broker.
Important notice: Investment in warrants involves risk. These links to third party websites do not constitute an offer, a solicitation of an offer, or any advice or recommendation to participate in any transaction. You should consult your own professional advisors to ensure that any decision made is suitable with regards to your circumstances and financial position. Please note that the list of brokers is not exhaustive and the inclusion of the brokers on the list does not imply that the brokers or their services are endorsed by Macquarie. The brokers mentioned on this page are independent and Macquarie is not responsible for any services provided by them.