Best Precious Metals Investment And Trades For 2019

March 17, 2019 Chris Vermeulen Technical Traders Ltd.   It’s been years since the gold and silver topped out in 2011. We have been waiting for a new bottom form and a new bull market to emerge for nearly 8 years. In this article, I’m going to compare palladium, gold, platinum, and silver and show you which of these precious metals I feel is the best long-term investment and also the best trade for 2019. The analysis presented below is based on technical analysis using previous significant highs, and Fibonacci extensions. Both of these techniques work exceptionally well for predicting price targets both to the upside and also price corrections to the downside. If you have never used Fibonacci retracement or extensions in your trading I highly recommend learning more about them. I have no doubt it will improve your market price projection targets for your investments. I have found this technique to be the number one best trading tool for projecting future price movements in all asset classes. The charts below will show to price forecasts for each metal. The first price target is based on the previous significant high that price made between 2000 and the current timeframe. Previous significant highs are typically the first target for the price to reach and that is also our first major upside target for these metals. The second price target I use is based on Fibonacci extensions using stand out lows formed anywhere between 2002 to the current price time and … Continue reading

The Curse Of PDAC (2019) One Day Early

By Dudley Pierce Baker Founder – Editor Common Stock Warrants Junior Mining News Are you superstitious? Seems this ‘curse’ appears every year as investors, mining executives, newsletter writers, etc. prepare for the big event – The Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada Convention (PDAC) PDAC started today March 3 and runs through March 6 in Toronto, Canada. Sometimes the mining sector is rallying just before the convention but in 2019, gold and the miners have been slowly declining the last week or two, but on Friday, March 1st, gold took a big hit and was down $20 to close at $1293. Silver also sold off and was down .39 to close at $15.19. Of course this seems most years to temper the enthusiasm of all attendees and it now 2019 will not be any different. In 2011 the Financial Post had an article on the curse: “The annual Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada Convention might be the most anticipated event of the year for the global mining community, but it hasn’t always been the most rewarding one for investors. The TSX Venture exchange, home to a slew of junior miners, has tended to outperform in the months leading up to the convention but drastically underperform in the months after.” In 2016 – Can The Market Survive the PDAC Curse? (Kitco.com) “I think we have seen things move pretty hard in one direction so it makes sense to see a pullback,” said Brent Cook, author of the newsletter Exploration insights. … Continue reading

Stock Warrants Expired Feb. 28, 2019

Two warrants expired on February 28th, 2019 and were automatically deleted from our current database, see details below. At http://CommonStockWarrants, we provide our subscribers with the next 5 warrants due to expire as a heads up for their positions. Subscribers are also provided a list of the last 5 stock warrants added to our United States and Canadian databases. Warrants Expiring Soon Company Name                              Symbol       Expiration Date Canada Jetlines (formerly Jet Metal Corp)             JET.WT.A        2019-02-28 Rainy Mountain Royalty Corp       RMO.WT       2019-02-28   We welcome all investors to join us so you can access our database (listing of all stock warrants) trading in the United States and Canada.

Stock Warrants | Wikipedia

Stock warrants are defined on Wikipedia, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Warrant_(finance): “In finance, a warrant is a security that entitles the holder to buy the underlying stock of the issuing company at a fixed price called exercise price until the expiry date. Warrants and options are similar in that the two contractual financial instruments allow the holder special rights to buy securities.” Common Stock Warrants provides a database of stock warrants trading in the United States and Canada in all industries and sectors. The service has been in existence since May 2005 and was initially named, PreciousMetalsWarrants.com. In 2013, services were expanded and the name was changed to CommonStockWarrants.com. CommonStockWarrants provides: A Database of all trading warrants in the U.S. and Canada A Listing of all trading warrants Ownership of CommonStockWarrants is the sole property and responsibility of Dudley Pierce Baker. Articles on stock warrants by Dudley Pierce Baker have appeared on many websites, including Kitco. 321Gold, Goldseek, TheMorganReport, 24HourGold, TalkMarkets, SeekingAlpha and many more. Videos and interviews have been done with BNN, FuturesMagazine, ResourceWorld, EllisMartinReports, KorelinEconomicReports, PalisadeRadio, TheGoldReport, TheFinancialSurvivalNetwork, JayTaylor and others. Books – In 2017, “The Stock Warrant Handbook, Your Personal Guide To Stock Warrants” was written by Dudley Pierce Baker and is a useful research tool to all investors: Chapter Titles: What is a Warrant? Background and History of Warrants Why You Should Consider Warrants A Warrant On What? Market Timing Portfolio Allocation Private Placements vs. Trading Warrants How I Determine Current Values Are You A U.S. or Canadian Investor? Brokerage Firms How to Place Your Trades The Stock … Continue reading

Market Forecasting You Just Can’t Beat!!

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Interactive Brokers | Stock Warrants

February 24, 2019 Dudley Pierce Baker       Interactive Brokers is my go-to brokerage firm as they will execute trades in the United States or Canada as well as other exchanges in the world. Many of the warrants trading on the resource companies and marijuana companies trade on either the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX), the Toronto Venture Exchange (TSXV) or the Canadian Stock Exchange (CSE). If I discover a warrant trading which is not yet in the Interactive Brokers system, I notify them and they add that warrant asap so that I and others can trade. If you are a U.S. investor you may find your brokerage firm will not allow you to trade the Canadian securities (unless they have a U.S. assigned symbol). Most of the Canadian shares will have a U.S. assigned symbol and perhaps 80% of the warrants have an assigned symbol facilitating trading in the United States. For me I don’t want worry about, will they or want they, handle my trades. I know there are other firms, i.e., PennTrade which also has a great system and allows for U.S. and Canadian trading. For more information on warrants, visit my website and download your Free copy of “The Stock Warrants Handbook, Your Personal Guide To Trading Stock Warrants”. Good Trading, Dudley … Continue reading

How to trade with warrants | Futures Magazine

April 1, 2010 By Dudley Pierce Baker Editors Note: This is a re-visit of an old, yet timeless, article on stock warrants. Nothing has changed with warrants and the opportunities are endless as we now have warrants trading in all industries and sectors including resources, marijuana/cannabis, pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, etc., some with expiration dates of 5 years or more. My contact info which was on Futures Magazine in the original article has changed, but otherwise, all is correct. Read the entire article on Futures Magazine or below: Many traders are familiar with call options and have spent many years and study hours learning strategies to employ them in the markets. Warrants, however, are still a little known and little-understood investment vehicle, even after 80 years of availability. In 1949, Sidney Fried wrote “The Speculative Merits of Common Stock Warrants.” In it, he captures the profit potential of these instruments. He states: “Common stock warrants turn in the most spectacular performance of any group of securities…. The speculative potentialities of common stock warrants are enormous…. With potential profits and potential losses so great it is a source of wonder that so little understanding of the nature of common stock warrants exists not only among the investing public who might be forgiven this sin, but even among the many professionals of the business upon whom the public depends for information and guidance.” Sidney Fried’s observation in 1949 remains relevant today. Most investors and analysts do not take the time to understand the potential … Continue reading

Definition Of A Stock Warrant

Several years ago in New York at a Hard Assets Investment Conference, a newsletter writer with over 30 years in the business, asked me, “Dudley, what is a stock warrant?” After regaining my composure, I responded just like I am addressing you, by defining a warrant and why you should be interested. By definition, a warrant is a security, issued by a company, giving the holder the right, but not the obligation, to acquire the underlying shares, at a specific price and expiring on a specific date in the future. This definition is very similar to stock options or LEAPS, (Long-Term Equity Anticipation Securities) except that warrants are actually issued by a company, whereas options and LEAPS are created/written by investors. Warrants are traditionally issued in connection with a company’s private placement or equity offering as additional incentive to get the deal done. Warrants are mostly a matter of common sense and arithmetic, so let’s not make this complicated. Stock warrants can be issued by companies for as little as 1 year or for 5 years or more. Obviously, the longer the term of the warrant (time until expiration) the better your chances of great success. However, just because a stock warrant has a 5 year life does not mean that you must hold the warrant for 5 years. With trading warrants you can buy the warrants one day and sell them the next day. Exercising a warrant should never be one of your considerations, as it makes no sense … Continue reading

The History Of Stock Warrants

Warrants have literally been available for investors for many decades but yet are very under appreciated and overlooked by most investors. As far back as the 1920s many large companies have had stock warrants trading, AT&T, Goldcorp, Bank of America, General Motors, Ford Motors and Agnico-Eagle Mines, among hundreds and hundreds of others. My extensive knowledge of warrants goes back to the 1970’s and my fascination with the writings of Sidney Fried and The R.H.M. Warrant Survey, a hard copy newsletter and a popular financial newsletter during the 1950s, 60s and 70s. (Fried, 1949) Sidney Fried passed away in 1991 at the age of 72 and to the best of my knowledge, his service stopped in the late 1970s or early 1980s around the time that options began to trade on the CBOE. Sidney Fried’s first book, ‘The Speculative Merits of Common Stock Warrants’ (1949) is a rare and timeless educational tool for warrants and is the core of knowledge used by me in my service. Since 2005 I have used this cumulative knowledge of warrants which I learned from the ‘master’ to educate and assist investors around the world and I have collected all of the writings of Sidney Fried. Even though these works are old, the information is timeless and only the examples used are out of date. One quote from Sidney Fried which I have used many times at investment conferences is very appropriate here: “With potential profits and losses so great it a source of wonder that so little understanding … Continue reading

What’s The Fascination With Football? Pre-Game or Post-Game Reading Suggestions

I get it, today is the big day for football fans but when the markets open in the morning thoughts return to which markets are hot and which are not. We have some great articles below for your reading and yes, I am bullish on the commodity/resource sector as are others. It seems reasonable that this is the time to be an aggressive investor in this sector for the next few years. Late comers will be paying substantially higher prices for shares/stock warrants, but it is your choice, now or later. Look at this chart from our friends at CaseyResearch.com, which should motivate you to be invested now as the entire commodity sector is at its lowest in decades relative to the S&P500. For me, there is only one way to play this ‘game’ by investing in quality junior mining companies and/or long-term stock warrants trading on those companies. If you are not familiar with stock warrants, you can receive The Stock Warrant Handbook for FREE by visiting, http://CommonStockWarrants.com along with more freebies. As well, many investors are finding great opportunities with warrants on the U.S. stocks in other sectors, bio-techs, pharmaceuticals, banking, blank check companies, etc. Remember that only 25% or so of my personal portfolio is in stock warrants, the balance are common shares in the junior mining companies and I am on the hunt for new additions to my portfolio.There are many interesting opportunities in stocks as well as the stock warrants available today, so if you … Continue reading