✅ DJIA Near Highs and Gold Springs Back to Life

March 19, 2017 DJIA Near Highs and Gold Springs Back to Life Good Sunday Afternoon, This week the DJIA closed at 20914 near the highs giving support to U.S. stocks and the warrants trading thereon. Gold as well sprang back to life after the Fed announcements and closed the week at $1229. Silver            $17.41 Crude Oil      $49.31 Copper           $2.69 USD              100.37 In our opinion the US Dollar has put in place a major top on the weekly chart we show below. The negative divergence is easy to see with the USD heading up but the indicators diverting to the downside. Of course, all of this with the Trump administration basically talking down the dollar. Over time this will no doubt impact the U.S. markets and should be a positive indicator for the future price of gold and commodities, we shall see. My preference is to ‘play this game’ with the junior mining shares and/or stock warrants. However, many investors are finding great opportunities with warrants on the U.S. stocks in other sectors, bio-techs, pharmaceuticals, banking, etc. Let me assist you with finding these opportunities and increasing your gains as I am on a roll with some monster gains over the last few months, yes 1,000%, and 2,000% PLUS gains. Remember that only 25% or so of my personal portfolio is in stock warrants, the balance are common shares in the junior mining companies … Continue reading

How To Buy Shares and Stock Warrants On Canadian Companies

How To Buy Shares and Stock Warrants On Canadian Companies January 31, 2017 By Dudley Pierce Baker http://CommonStockWarrants.com Most of the readers here are interested in the resource sector which includes the junior mining companies as well as oil and gas companies. My opinion is that we will see a very positive tone for the next few years for gold, silver and copper and look for substantially higher prices with many great opportunities for investors. Since most of these resource companies are Canadian companies the issue for some investors is ‘how to buy the Canadian shares or perhaps the stock warrants on Canadian companies?” Also, I frequently receive emails asking if the traditional brokerage firms will trade the warrants? Allow me to clarify this situation for all investors: Canadian Citizens You are probably asking what is the big deal? Canadians can easily purchase the shares and stock warrants trading on Canadian companies through their brokers, no problems here. U.S. Citizens Most of the Canadian shares and about 60% of the stock warrants trading on the Canadian companies have been assigned U.S. symbols which facilitates the trading in the U.S. Most Canadian companies frankly do not really care if their stock warrants trade and it is up to a U.S. market maker to establish a market (not the company) and assign a symbol for trading. The stock warrants on the Canadian companies are not and will not be registered in the United States, however, this is not a problem. Investors are … Continue reading

Turbo Charge Your Stock Profits With Stock Warrants

January 20,2017 On January 19th, I had the opportunity to do an interview with Kerry Lutz of Financial Survival Network. It had been quite some time since Kerry and I had chatted and he is a happy camper with his personal results with stock warrants. I encourage you to visit Kerry’s website and give this timely interview a listen. Turbo Charge Your Stock Profits With Stock Warrants Enjoy and if you are not a current subscriber I invite you to join me NOW. Dudley Pierce Baker Founder-Editor http://CommonStockWarrants.com/Members/signup … Continue reading

A Great Subscriber Story With Stock Warrants

December 10, 2016 By: Dudley Pierce Baker CommonStockWarrants.com This week I heard from a subscriber to our services with a great story. I am leaving out their names but otherwise this is their words…… “…We want to thank you also for having such a website.  A little story, and you can share it with your readers if you like, but we stay anonymous:  In July we vacationed in Nova Scotia.  A taxi driver saw my bandaged knees and told us about Cannabis.  Until then we thought it was BAD stuff, a vice.  We learned from him about Rick Simpson, and our eyes were opened to the truth about this healing plant.  Our history in investing has been poor, and we lost almost everything in 2008.  We continued investing, but continued doing poorly.  We liked warrants, we had done a little with them successfully.  Then in July after our vacation we found your site, and your new warrant at the time was OGI.wt  —  since then we have (on a small budget) made over $20,000 on that one warrant, with a little money, going in and out.  We learned about the other big Canadian cannabis companies, and bought into them:  Mettrum, Canopy, Aphria.  All have kept going, thru thick and thin, Brexit, election turmoil, etc. We thank the Lord for leading us to the taxi driver, and soon after, to Dudley!  Regards,,,,” It is always great to hear back from happy subscribers. If you are not a current subscriber this would … Continue reading

Achieving 2,000% Gains In Todays Market

December 10, 2016 By: Dudley Pierce Baker CommonStockWarrants.com Contrary to the performance of gold, silver and mining shares, this was a great week in the markets for me and for those subscribers following me. Our objective is to be involved with companies which have the opportunity to deliver 500%, 1000%, 2000% gains or more, either by owning the common shares or the stock warrants on those companies. My Gold and Lifetime Subscribers get to see everything that I own and what I do basically in real time. So what happened this week? I want to share with you two actually examples of our gains and performance. First is Northern Dynasty Minerals, TSX:NDM, which closed at a yearly high on Thursday, December 8th. I have chosen to invest in the Warrant B, TSX:NDM.WT.B which gives the holder the right to buy NDM at a price of C$0.65 until 10 June 2021. The warrant B was issued in June 2016 in connection with a stock offering and I was able to buy a nice position for C$0.165. This warrant closed at C$1.87 on Thursday and opened at C$2.00 on Friday before selling off on the day. Thus over 1000% gains were achieved in less than 6 months. Personally, I am maintaining my position to take advantage of further upside in the shares and warrants but my followers and subscribers could have easily achieved these gains and sold if they wanted. Another great position for us which I have shared with subscribers for … Continue reading

Doug Casey on the Coming Collapse of the World’s Biggest Economy

Doug Casey on the Coming Collapse of the World’s Biggest Economy By Nick Giambruno Nick Giambruno: The entire European Union is looking shakier by the day. Donald Trump’s victory—which shocked Europe’s political and media elite—gives Eurosceptic parties, the Continent’s populists, even more political rocket fuel. What’s your take? Doug Casey: The Social Democratic, Christian Democratic, Socialist, Communist, and similar parties have ruled Europe since the end of World War 2. They’re all pretty similar in that they promote massive welfare benefits, strong labor unions, large state bureaucracies, very high taxes, strict regulations, and an atmosphere of Cultural Marxism. Then, every few generations, the voters react and install a “fascist” regime. These keep most of the socialist characteristics, but tend to be supported by, and friendly to, Big Business. That, and they add on nationalism, xenophobia, and militarism. The last time this happened was in the 1930s. In those days it was spurred by the Great Depression. This time it will be spurred by the Greater Depression, plus massive waves of Muslim migrants from the Near East and Africa. So I expect to see more neo-fascist political parties everywhere. Oddly, the Europeans can’t seem to imagine a libertarian alternative of private charities, limited government, minimal taxes, an unregulated economy, and intellectual/psychological freedom. It’s another reason the Continent is a sinking ship. Incidentally, people think of these countries—Italy, France, Germany, and so on—as though they are fixtures in the cosmos. But they aren’t. In their current forms, they’re all newcomers on the stage … Continue reading

This Super Bubble Is About to Burst… Here’s How to Make Huge Profits

This Super Bubble Is About to Burst… Here’s How to Make Huge Profits By Nick Giambruno Italian government bonds are in a super bubble. They are primed to collapse soon. Italy has one of the most indebted governments in the world. It’s borrowed over $2.4 trillion, and its debt-to-GDP ratio is north of 130%. (For comparison, the US debt-to-GDP ratio is 104%.) But the situation is actually much worse. GDP measures a country’s economic output. However, it’s highly misleading. Mainstream economists count government spending as a positive when calculating GDP. A more honest approach would count government spending as a big negative. In Italy, government spending accounts for a whopping 50%-plus of GDP. A more accurate debt-to-GDP ratio would exclude government spending from economic output. I suspect that figure would reveal the Italian government’s hopeless insolvency. I don’t see how it’s possible for the Italian government to extract enough in taxes from the productive part of the economy to ever pay back what it’s borrowed. Yet Italian government bonds are trading near record-low yields. It’s a bizarre and perverse situation. Over a $1 trillion worth of Italian bonds actually have negative yields. That’s completely insane. Given the huge risks associated with lending money to the bankrupt Italian government, the yields on Italian sovereign bonds should be near record highs, not record lows. Source: Zero Hedge Italian government bonds are, without a doubt, in super-bubble territory. It won’t be long before a pin pricks it and… pop. A critical vote in … Continue reading

What Doug Casey DID NOT TELL INVESTORS In His Recent Interview.

December 3, 2016 By Dudley Pierce Baker CommonStockWarrants.com   I love to follow and listen to the legendary newsletter writers and analyst and am amazed that they tell investors some of the facts, but rarely all of the facts which investors need to know to make the best decisions. Doug Casey was recently interviewed by Peter Spina of GoldSeek.com and SilverSeek.com and the complete interview below is around 20 minutes. What caught my attention immediately was comments on two of the companies that Doug commented on favorably. These two Canadian gold companies have long-term warrants trading. Why the hell would you not bring this to the attention of investors? Good chance that he doesn’t know either. As a subscriber to my CommonStockWarrants.com you would have immediately asked the same question. If you didn’t already own the stock warrants in either of these companies you could have at least considered them and would have access to all the particulars, i.e., expiration date, exercise price, current valuation (Undervalued, Overvalued or Fair Value), etc. Many newsletter writers and analyst are good at bringing out the Macro picture for investors, BUT, if you are looking for and considering new investments you need more details and ideas. Something to think about…. Welcoming new subscribers now to our exclusive database. Dudley Pierce Baker Founder-Editor http://CommonStockWarrants.com     … Continue reading

Stock Warrants and Montney Shale : What Do They Have in Common?

October 22, 2016 Dudley Pierce Baker http://CommonStockWarrants.com Stock Warrants and Montney Shale : What Do They Have in Common? Much is being written about the Montney Shale in Western Canada. Marin Katusa, KatusaResearch.com: “…You could say that all of our tracking and site visits amount to “hunting elephants.” We’re looking for the potential Big Scores that can turn a $25,000 investment into $1,000,000 in a short time. In the 1840s, resource speculators were smart to look for the next Big Score in gold. These days, it’s shale. I bring all this up today because anyone looking to make profitable resource investments needs to know that the next Big Score is going to be made in the Montney Shale. By now, you probably know that the best place to look for a giant shale field is near a giant conventional oil field….” There is one small oil and gas company operating in this highly charged area that has stock warrants trading. These warrants were issued via a private placement in May 2016 and do not expire for 5 years and the warrants are trading warrants which means that you can buy them. A 5 year stock warrant is rare and one which you should consider adding to your portfolio. My current subscribers would kill me if I divulged the name of this company to everyone, but, if you JOIN ME NOW, you will receive information on this company and the warrants on Sunday evening, giving you time to act on the markets open on Monday. The shares and stock … Continue reading

Marin Katusa Talks About Stock Warrants by Dudley Baker

October 18, 2016 Dudley Pierce Baker http://CommonStockWarrants.com Marin Katusa of Katusa Research is the co-sponsor of The Silver and Gold Summit 2016 along with Cambridge House International on November 14 and 15 in San Francisco, California. Rarely do I see others writing about stock warrants so I was delighted when Marin went into detail describing the benefits as well as the potential risk factors with warrants. Most of the time investors will only hear about stock warrants at an investment conference, however, we do know that some of the big names in the business are knowledgeable in this area including David Morgan, Rick Rule, Bob Moriarty, Larry Edelson, Frank Holmes and others. Marin’s comments are here for your review: _________________________________________________________________________ Private Placement Warrants Vs. Trading Warrants Marin Katusa September 2016 The Secret to Making 1,000%+ in Natural Resources by Marin Katusa | “Private Placements” Private placements can make you 10, 20 even 50 times your money on a single investment. Despite their power, private placements are one of the most misunderstood financial vehicles on the planet. The Basics of Warrants When a company raises money in a private placement, it issues a “unit,” which consists of a share and a warrants. You know the basics of “shares.” They are ownership stakes in businesses. This section will cover the second part of private placement financings: warrants. Like many financial vehicles, warrants have some “moving parts” you need to understand in order to properly use them. Remember, a warrant is a contract … Continue reading