Company code, tipo/classe do papel, contract month and contract year.
Examples:PETRPM19: PETR4 (PN) Futures June 2019
VALEOU19: VALE3 (ON) Futures September 2019
|Contract Size||1 share|
|Quotation||In points, each point value = BRL 1.00|
|Round Lot||100 contracts|
Twelve stocks were selected to trade Single Stock Futures contracts
|Education||Kroton – KROT3|
|Retail - Home Appliances||Via Varejo – VVAR3|
|Energy||Cemig – CMIG4|
|Highway Concession||CCR – CCRO3|
B3 – B3SA3
|Medicines||Hypera Pharma – HYPE3|
|Mining||Vale – VALE3|
|Oil, Gas and Fuels||Petrobrás. – PETR4|
|Steel||Usiminas – USIM5|
|Retail||Grupo Pão de Açúcar – PCAR4|
Investor trades short
Allows selling a Single Stock Futures contract without the need to borrow the asset. The investor deposits only a percentage as collateral.
Allows an investor to invest a larger sum than what is held in their account. The investor can use leverage to be positioned on stocks with smaller cash outlay and may or not benefit from fluctuation of the asset price.
For example, an investor wishing to buy stocks in the spot market will have to outlay the full asset value when trading. If the investor wants to buy stocks in the futures market, they will have to outlay only a percentage of the asset value. This percentage is known as margin.
A strategy aimed at mitigating or even eliminating the risk of other assets or a trade.
For example, investors holding a stock portfolio with futures contracts may sell these contracts by locking in the asset price to avoid or limit losses. As a result, any losses on spot market trades will be offset by a profit in the futures market.
Cash & Carry
An arbitrage strategy whereby an investor compares stocks in the spot market and sells the contract in the futures market, seeking to gain profit from price differences in both markets. At the contract’s expiration, the investor's gain is defined as the difference between the amount received from selling stock futures short and the purchase price in the spot market, plus the carrying costs on both positions.
Consists of trading two highly correlated assets, which are traded taking opposite positions, one long and one short, with the expectation that the long position will outperform the short position.