Sideways strategies for the yield provider Deutsche Post

Sideways strategies for the yield provider Deutsche Post

In mid-October, the Deutsche Post share (DE0005552004) hit a 10-year high at EUR 42 – when online trading is booming, the parcel subsidiary DHL is making strong profits. If you want to use the slight setback for positioning, pack the appropriate certificate into the depot according to your personal risk tolerance and expected return.

Discount strategies (December)

If the share trades at the current level in December, then the BNP discounter with ISIN DE000PX6X7H1 and a cap of 38 euros at a purchase price of 36.50 euros brings a return of 1.50 euros or 28.6 percent p.a. (6 percent safety buffer). If, on the other hand, the share closes below the cap on the valuation day 12/18/20, investors will receive one share. The discount certificate from Morgan Stanley with a cap of 36 euros (DE000MA1ZXY0) provides a full 10 percent buffer. The price of 35.13 results in a maximum return of 0.87 euros or 16.1 percent if the stock quoted on December 18, 2020 at least at the level of the cap (below that there will be a cash settlement).

Bonus strategy (March)

The SG’s Capped-Bonus-Pro-Certificate (ISIN DE000SB209G2) offers more security: It pays a bonus amount (at the same time a cap) of 41 euros, provided that the barrier is 30 euros (buffer 23.1 percent) between 19.2. and 19.3.21 is never touched or fallen below. At a purchase price of 39 euros, the maximum profit is 2 euros, which is a return of 13 percent p.a. corresponds. The certificate trades at the same price as the share (without premium).

Income Strategy (June)

The HVB reverse convertible (ISIN DE000HZ62HG9) pays a fixed coupon of 12.2 percent p.a. By entering below par, the effective return can be increased to 13.3 percent p.a. rise if the share closes at or above the base price of EUR 38 on the valuation day (6/18/21), otherwise investors receive delivery of 26 shares (= EUR 1,000 / EUR 38, fractions in cash). Buffer 3 percent.

CertificateReport conclusion: The certificates and the reverse convertible bond are basically suitable for all investors who want to achieve attractive returns even with a sideways movement in Deutsche Post shares and who value a safety buffer.

This article does not constitute a recommendation to buy or sell Deutsche Post shares or investment products based on Deutsche Post shares. No liability is assumed for the correctness of the data.

Author: Thorsten Welgen


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