Kootenay Silver’s, Jim McDonald interviewed by Katusa Research at the Cambridge Investment Conference

March 1, 2017 Editors Note from Dudley Pierce Baker We have know Jim McDonald for several years and are investors in KTN and KTN.WT. This interview with Katusa Research gives a great insight as to their possible growth and expansion of silver resources. For other exciting opportunities visit my website, http://CommonStockWarrants.com   Kootenay Silver Inc.   … 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

Favorite Fortuna Silver And Endeavour Mining: Insiders Selling And Buying

Savvy investors are aware of the advantages of following the buying and selling by the company insiders. While this is not the Holy Grail, insider activity can be a valuable insight to making money. An insider can be defined as an officer, director or 10% plus shareholder of a public traded company and they are required to report their transactions on a timely basis. Company insider buying is a much more reliable indicator than selling. There is only one reason for the insiders to be buying but there can be an array of personal reasons why a company insider is selling. History has shown us not to rely on only one insider, thus we advise looking for 2 or more insiders buying or selling as a potential gage for the future performance of the shares. We suggest investors visit, CanadianInsiders.com for Canada Companies and InsiderTracking.com for the United States Companies. Both of these services are free and are owned by INK Research.com, a Canadian Company and institutional service of which we are subscribers. In the resource sector most of the companies are Canadian incorporated and thus their reporting requirements and filings are in Canada and all figures used in the examples below are in Canadian dollars. Now let’s showcase two Canadian Companies with recent insider trading activity which trade in the United States. Fortuna Silver (FSM:CA)   Fortuna Silver Mines Inc. is a rapidly growing silver producer with two low-cost operating mines and land holdings of more than 95,600 hectares in Peru and Mexico. Fortuna is … Continue reading

Favorite The Secret Of Investing With Stock Warrants

We start with the premise that warrants are a secret as so few investors know about the potential benefits via the additional leverage that warrants can offer. Did you know that virtually every company has some outstanding warrants in their capital structure? Simply, a warrant is a security giving the holder the right, but not the obligation, to purchase the underlying security at a specific price and expiring on a specific day in the future. Since the 1920s warrants have been issued in connection with initial public offerings and financing arrangements in which investors or the acquiring companies are seeking more leverage and thus warrants are viewed as an ‘equity kicker’ in those transactions. A call option would be defined very similar, except an option would be created/written by an investor where as a warrant originates from the company and the options will always have much shorter lives, usually 90 days to 1 year. Private Placement Warrants The warrants of most companies were issued in connection with a private placement and thus will never trade. Yes, a few investors will have the financial ability and legal opportunity to participate in a private placement in the resource sector but those offerings by U.S. companies outside of the resource sector give little opportunity for investment. Savvy investors like Rick Rule and Warren Buffett would never participate in a private placement without receiving warrants with at least two (2) years before expiration and many times substantially longer. Trading Stock Warrants Few investors are … Continue reading