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The Silver x5 Leveraged Index is a total return index designed to reflect the returns generated overtime relating to the composite performance of notional investment in a money market instrument (the “Money Market Instrument”), and a 500% leveraged position in the Silver Benchmark Index (the “Underlying Index”). The Underlying Index tracks the performance of a systematic rolling strategy, where the position is made up of silver futures contracts.
The constituents of the Index are the Underlying Index, with a fixed exposure of 500%, and the Money Market Instrument.
The notional of the investment in the Underlying Index is revised every day to take into account the most recent past performance of the Underlying Index.