This Exotic Strategy for Playing Virgin Galactic Warrants Attention

                                  Note from Dudley Pierce Baker, Common Stock Warrants.com Virgin Galactic Holdings, Inc. is one of the many companies which have risen from blank check companies. There are currently over 70 blank check companies in our warrant databases looking for acquisitions. Perhaps you could find the next big winner? The closing prices for SPCE snd SPCE.WS on Friday February are $18.93 and $7.47, respectively. John Jannarone IPO-Edge.comOctober 25, 2019 Social Capital Hedosophia Holdings Corp. to Begin trading as Virgin Galactic Holdings, Inc. on Monday By John Jannarone Shares of Virgin Galactic Holdings, Inc., like seats on its commercial spaceships, aren’t for everyone. But for those with the yearning, there’s a smart way to hitch a ride: the company’s publicly-traded warrants. On Monday, Virgin Galactic will begin trading under its new ticker, SPCE, assuming a successful merger with Social Capital Hedosophia Holdings Corp, a blank-check company that agreed to combine with the space-tourism company on Wednesday. As IPO Edge explained in an article earlier this week, the company has enormous potential to grow as a leader in commercial space travel but also faces an enormous burden to keep customers safe. Rather than shell out for shares of the company, investors can get much more bang for their buck with a small number of warrants. The securities, which essentially look like call options giving investors a chance to own the shares at a price of $11.50, have traded … Continue reading

Mining Stock Warrant Speculation Can Yield 5x Returns Versus the Underlying Stock | Dudley Baker

  February 4, 2020 Bill Powers and Dudley Baker         This is my first interview with Bill Powers on MiningStockEducation.com. Mining Stock Warrant Speculation Can Yield 5x Returns Versus the Underlying Stock | Dudley Baker Give a listen soon and sign up for free emails. Dudley Pierce Baker http://CommonStockWarrants.com

Common Stock Warrants Are a Powerful Wealth Building Tool with Dudley Baker

Note from Dudley Pierce Baker, CommonStockWarrants.com I recently did this interview with Kerry Lutz and we walk through investment possibilities with mining shares and stock warrants. There is a short advertising break in the middle, so don’t leave the interview until completed. Common Stock Warrants Are a Powerful Wealth Building Tool with Dudley Baker   If you would like more information on stock warrants please download your Free copy of “The Stock Warrant Handbook, Your Personal Guide To Trading Stock Warrants”.

‘Blank-Check’ Companies Are Hot on Wall Street. Investors Can’t Ignore Them.

By Nicholas Jasinski Jan. 17, 2020 5:14 pm ET   Note from Dudley Pierce Baker of CommonStockWarrants.com Our interest in blank check companies is simple – every blank check company (SPAC) has a stock warrant trading with a 5 year life and the clock does not begin until an acquisition/merger is completed. There are currently 67 blank check companies currently trading and in my databases. Many potentially great opportunities. ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Some big-name initial public offerings last year were panned for not having a profitable business. Yet more than a quarter of the offerings were of companies with no business at all—by design. These were special purpose acquisition companies, or SPACs, also known as “blank-check companies.” Their goal is to raise money from public and private investors and then identify an acquisition target and buy it, typically within two years. SPACs raised $13.6 billion in 59 IPOs last year. Should you be investing in one of these companies? The pitfalls can be numerous, and not all SPACs are created equal—but investors should not completely ignore this growing segment of the public markets. Richard Branson’s spaceship company Virgin Galactic Holdings (SPCE), fantasy-sports website DraftKings, Twinkie-maker Hostess Brands (TWNK), and restaurant chain TGI Fridays are among companies to merge with SPACs in recent years. There are currently 71 SPACs on the market seeking targets, according to data from SPACInsider, a website devoted to research analysis and data about the industry. SPACs can designate a target industry or geographic region, or go public as generalists with no specific … Continue reading

What Will It Take For Juniors To Move?

January 17, 2020 By Collin Kettell What will it take for juniors to move? On January 7 gold broke above $1,600 per ounce for the first time since 2013, on the back of retaliation by Iran against the United States. As often is the case, this move in gold prices occurred during afterhours trading. By morning, gold had retraced the key level. Gold stocks never so much as benefited from the excitement, instead suffering a harsh day in the red. For investors focused on the juniors, the day proved particularly painful. This price action sparked calls from frustrated investors curious to make sense of the erratic moves. One of those calls came from a good friend of mine who posed a question that has become the inspiration for this week’s article – How is it that at $1,600 gold, the juniors are priced at 1/10th of where they were last time when gold was at the exact same price in 2013? This is a fantastic question. The answer is critical for junior resource investors, as it has far reaching implications that are instructive on how to profit from the upcoming move. Remember that junior resource companies are fundamentally unlike major mining companies. Mining companies produce gold with an aim to generate profit by selling that gold at a higher price than the cost to extract it. As such, a comparison between the valuation of major mining companies today versus the last time gold registered these levels is a worthwhile exercise. Let’s take … Continue reading

SILVER – Should Investors Lower Expectations?

By Dudley Pierce Baker CommonStockWarrants JuniorMiningNews While investors have watched the price of gold performing very well and recently trading over $1600, silver has lagged and lagged badly. This begs the question, are we overrating or expecting too much from silver and our silver miners? Quite the contrary……… Two other analysts that I follow are saying to be patient and that silver will be catching up soon, really soon. Below I give my opinion on how to invest in silver, if these analysts are correct that higher prices are coming. Chris Vermeulen at TheTechnicalTraders.com sees the possibility of silver trading upwards of $90 – $95 per ounce within the next 24 months. A move of that potential is surely worth waiting for, is it not? In this recent article by Chris, SILVER TRADERS BIG TREND ANALYSIS – PART II “…Remember, the current disparity level is just over 200% between Gold and Silver.  If Gold continues to rally higher and Silver attempts to break higher, attempting to narrow the disparity level, then Silver will (at some point) enter a near parabolic upside price move above $36 to $40.  Our researchers believe this may happen before June or July 2020….” Clive Maund – January 13, 2020 writing on Silver-Phoenix500.com: Silver Market Update “…Silver’s recent rally looks diminutive and stunted compared to gold’s, but that’s normal at this early stage of a new bull market, when silver typically underperforms gold due to investors being risk inverse, with silver being perceived as more risky … Continue reading

The Real Gold Bull Market Is Yet to Launch

        Editors Note from Dudley Pierce Baker – CommonStockWarrants.com “Marin Katusa and his team do an excellent job of marketing and presenting the views and justification for the continuing bull market in the resource sector. I basically agree with all of their views. I would suggest and I believe that Marin would agree, that investors should consider stock warrants which might be trading on any of the companies being considered for investment.” The Real Gold Bull Market Is Yet to Launch The gold market has always moved in cycles—from dramatic boom to overnight bust, and eventually back again. So far in this “boom,” gold has barely risen 20% from its floor. That’s not even close to the minimum required to qualify for a true “bull market” over the past century. The smallest gold run-up in the past 90 years was 45% from 1930-1933—more than twice the current gain. The other rallies were far, far bigger: from 1972-1974, the rally yielded a 100% gain. From 1978-1980, another 100% gain. Then from 2007-2010, a 67% increase in the price of gold. The point is this: when gold is ready to rise, it takes off. Every single one of the years in the date ranges above saw an increase of more than 20%. What some investors might see as slipping backwards may just be the cycle getting ready for its next natural advance. So if you’re a subscriber to my Boom-Bust-Echo theory, then you know the gold rally has barely just begun. The biggest profits still … Continue reading

Hemp: The Natural Response to Plastic Pollution

Hemp: The Natural Response to Plastic Pollution by VISHAL VIVEK 4 days ago in INDUSTRY Hemp: A Victim of Human Folly The current rate of plastic production is about one billion tons in three years. That is what a 2016 article in ScienceDaily says, quoting a University of Leicester study. Plastic is inert and hard to degrade. So it becomes a toxic techno-waste that has severe polluting effects on the earth’s biodiversity A National Geographic report says that plastic kills millions of marine and land animals every year. Experts have found out that all species to have eaten microplastic – from small shrimps to big elephants. The effects vary from damaging the digestive and reproductive systems to death. But Mother Nature has provided a simple solution to this menace: the hemp plant. Hemp: A Victim of Human Folly Hemp, or industrial hemp, is one of the earliest plants that our ancestors cultivated and used. Archeologists have found evidence of the use of hemp fiber some 10,000 years ago. Experts estimate that hemp cultivation began about 8000 years ago. The many benefits of hemp have been available to human beings for centuries. But its cultivation and use were banned in most countries across the globe in the 20th century. The only crime of the plant is that it belongs to the same species, Cannabis Sativa, as marijuana. But there is a significant distinction between hemp and marijuana. That is in the concentration levels of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the component that gives marijuana its psychoactive properties. Marijuana … Continue reading

Supercharge Your 2020 Resource Portfolio

        Editors Note from Dudley Pierce Baker – CommonStockWarrants.com “Marin Katusa and his team do an excellent job of marketing and presenting the views and justification for the continuing bull market in the resource sector. I basically agree with all of their views. I would suggest and I believe that Marin would agree, that investors should consider stock warrants which might be trading on any of the companies being considered for investment.” Katusa’s Investment Insights January 3, 2020 Supercharge Your 2020 Resource Portfolio By Marin Katusa The resource sector had a big year in 2019, capped off with a stellar final quarter. I hope everyone’s portfolio capitalized on it. I know the Katusa’s Resource Opportunities portfolio did. Below is a chart which shows the performance for major commodities for 2019. You’ll see it was a tale of 2 worlds. Niche metals like vanadium and cobalt took it hard on the chin. Meanwhile oil, soft commodities, and precious metals rocketed higher. Gold finished up 19% for the year. It was the best annual return for the yellow metal since 2010. Gold producers are leveraged to gold prices. It means that when gold prices go up, producers commonly go up significantly more. The same can be said with the downside, falling gold prices mean crashing gold stocks. This year, however, it was a tale of the former. Gold put up a stellar year and gold producers rocketed higher. Below is a chart which shows the performance of junior gold producers, mid-tier … Continue reading

Precious Metals Companies And Stock Warrants

December 25, 2019 By Dudley Pierce Baker Founder – Editor Common Stock Warrants Junior Mining News Happy Holidays To All and perhaps an idea for you heading into 2020. There are many stock warrants trading on companies in the Precious Metals sector. Perhaps you remember the name Precious Metals Warrants which we founded in 2005? That was a great name at the time as resource companies and stock warrants on those companies did well, very well. That time is here again as I anticipate soon, that gold, silver and mining shares and of course the warrants trading on those shares to rise substantially creating many 500% and 1,000% gains, perhaps much more. In 2013 we changed our name to Common Stock Warrants as expanded our stock warrant database service to include all warrants trading in the United States and Canada and in all industries and sectors. Many of my subscribers are primarily interested in the resource sector and currently there are many warrants trading on companies in the gold, silver, oil & gas and uranium space. Some are begging to be bought at current prices. Subscribers to our Gold or Lifetime Subscriptions have much more information at their disposal, with access to my weekly audio and to my personal portfolio, “A Look Over My Shoulder”. I follow the views and technical analysis of Chris Vermeulen at The Technical Traders and suggest you also visit their website and consider a subscription. I look for 2020 to be a banner year for the … Continue reading