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*Risk warning - Equities:
Shares prices can fluctuate suddenly, and sometimes very sharply, and this is why shares are considered a higher-risk investment than cash, bonds and property. It's also the reason why they are more suitable as a longer term investment. If you invest over a longer period you are in a better position to ride out any fluctuations in the market. Not all share investments carry an equal risk, the level of the risk depends on the company you are buying shares in. A smaller start-up with an innovative product will have a higher risk profile than a blue chip company. Your choice of share investment depends on your investment goals and your risk profile. It's important to research any companies you intend to buy shares in to ensure that they offer a suitable investment opportunity for you. The value of shares may increase as company profits increase,or as a result of market expectation, but the opposite is also true. The value of a share may fall, and if a company collapses, you may lose all of your original investment. The risk of this happening depends on the profile of the particular company you want to invest in, but there is no certainty about the outcome of an investment in shares, unlike a fixed-interest deposit where you are certain of getting your capital back and earning a fixed rate of interest.

*Risk warning - Warrants: A warrant is a time-limited right to subscribe for shares, debentures, and loan stock or government securities and is exercisable against the original issuer of the underlying securities. A relatively small movement in the price of the underlying security result in a disproportionately large movement, unfavourable or favourable, in the price of the warrant. The prices of warrants can therefore be volatile. It is essential for anyone who is considering purchasing warrants to understand that the right to subscribe which a warrant confers in invariably limited in the time with the consequence that if the investor fails to exercise this right within the predetermined time-scale then the investment becomes worthless. You should not buy a warrant unless you are prepared to sustain a total loss of the money you have invested plus any commission or other transaction charges.

"Please see attached our general Risk Warning Notice"