What is a Kicker?
In the finance world, a kicker is a feature that makes a security more attractive.
How Does a Kicker Work?
Sometimes, kickers aren't useful. For instance, they might coupon rate instead.the the right to buy shares at $8 a share, which only comes in handy if the shares are trading above $8. In those cases, the bond issuer might increase the
Why Does a Kicker Matter?
Kickers get deals done. They make securities more saleable, and they help companies raise the capital they need to raise to grow. For investors, kickers can raise the or profits they might earn on a security.
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