SPACs are ‘remarkably cheap compared to mispriced IPOs’
Note from Dudley Pierce BakerFounder – Editorhttps://CommonStockWarrants.comThis is a great interview with Bill Gurley of Benchmark appearing on CNBC on Friday, July 9, 2021.In our databases, we cover all the warrants trading on the SPACs and my personal observation is that most of the warrants are undervalued by at least 50%. The SPACwarrants are unique in that once a merger is completed by a SPAC, the warrants will have a 5-year life and exercisable at $11.50.I would agree that back in February the SPACs and the warrants were overvalued but that situation has been corrected and now the warrants are
Three Experts Speak To Gold’s End-Game In The Great Inflationary Pendulum Swing
July 10, 2021By Egon von Greyerz As large swaths of the world gather to follow the best names in “round-ball” football, we’ve gathered three of the best names in the global financial and precious metal playing field to discuss critical themes like inflation and pendulum swings in the broader economy. Matterhorn Asset Management founder, Egon von Greyerz, sits down with Matterhorn advisors Grant Williams and Ronni Stoeferle to address COVID’s impact on extreme monetary and fiscal policy as well as the direct implications this has for the ongoing inflation/deflation debate in general and longer-term gold pricing in particular. Despite tremendous respect due to deflationary thinkers like
Top Five Reasons To Be An Options Trader
NUMBER 5 – ABILITY TO TRADE BOTH SIDES OF THE MARKET You can trade the market up and trade the market down. Most traders who buy stock don’t know how to trade the market to the downside. With Options it is easy. You just buy a put option and with the power of leverage, you can get into large positions with little capital. NUMBER 4 – THE POWER OF LEVERAGE Options are highly leveraged instruments and as such, you can trade big size with little capital. For retail traders who are starting out a few thousand dollars to control hundreds of shares of Facebook
Copper price rises as dollar retreats
MINING.COM Staff Writer | July 9, 2021 | 8:20 am MarketsChinaUSACopper Stock Image. Copper prices ticked up on Friday as the US dollar pulled back from a three-month high. Copper for delivery in September rose 2.45% from Thursday’s settlement price, touching $4.369 per pound ($9,611 per tonne) midday Friday on the Comex market in New York. The most-traded August copper contract on the Shanghai Futures Exchange finished daytime trading 0.1% lower at 68,920 yuan ($10,622.20) a tonne but was still on course for a weekly gain. The rapid spread of the highly contagious Delta variant of covid-19 in some emerging markets has
Home Buying Trends Showing Signs Of An Extreme Bubble Setup – Is It About To Burst?
“As we continue to explore the recent data and setup related to the current Housing market bubble, this, Part II of our research, will continue to highlight the similarities we are seeing in the current market climate to the 2005~2008 Housing/Credit market event that crashed the markets over 15 years ago. Additionally, we’ll also highlight some of the efforts the US Federal Reserve and global central banks have taken to support the recovering global economy over the past 15+ years. Are they pushing the markets to extremes and will they be prepared for a reversion event if one takes place?
Black swan inflationary event to trigger gold-buying panic in next 2-3 years
Anna GolubovaThursday July 08, 2021 (Kitco News) Inflation is already here, but prices could rise significantly higher in the next several years, creating a gold-buying panic, according to Goehring & Rozencwajg Associates managing partner Leigh Goehring. “We already have 5% inflation. And it’s safe to say this 5% inflation will stick for the next six to 12 months. And then we could have a black swan event, and prices go significantly higher. Just like what happened back in the 1970s,” Goehring told Kitco News. Governments around the world can’t continue to print massive amounts of money with no consequences. And these
Hims & Hers Announces Redemption of All Outstanding Warrants (NYSE: HIMS, HIMS.WS)
July 09, 2021 05:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time SAN FRANCISCO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Hims & Hers Health, Inc. (“Hims & Hers” or the “Company,” NYSE: HIMS), the multi-specialty telehealth platform focused on providing modern personalized health and wellness experiences to consumers, today announced that it will redeem all of its outstanding warrants (the “Warrants”) to purchase shares of the Company’s Class A common stock, par value $0.0001 per share (the “Common Stock”), that were issued under the Warrant Agreement, dated July 22, 2019 (the “Warrant Agreement”), by and between the Company and Continental Stock Transfer & Trust Company, as warrant agent (the “Warrant
The Peak Of the S&P 500 Stock Market Rally – Are We Nearing The Top?
“Are the US stock markets poised for a reversion price event in the near future? My research team and I believe $4400 on the S&P 500 may be a key psychological level that many traders are unaware of in the immediate term. Some very interesting Fibonacci and Gann dynamics are at play as we watch the excess rally phase continue to drive markets higher. Will the Q2:2021 earning season prompt a blow-off top setup or will the markets continue to rally higher? Continue reading to learn why we are cautious of the $4400 level on the S&P 500 and why
We May Be In For A ‘Wild Week’ In Precious Metals And The Retail Sector
Chris talks with David Lin on Kitco News about the Russell 2000, Transportation Index, the VIX, Panic vs Fear, Precious Metals, Utilities, and the Retail Sector. “Chris and his team are providing investors with a great road map for the direction of the markets, which is why I am also a paid subscriber to TheTechnicalTraders services and encourage you to consider a subscription as well, The ideal service to supplement your other subscriptions as well as my CommonStockWarrants.com.”-Note from Dudley WE MAY BE IN FOR A ‘WILD WEEK’ IN PRECIOUS METALS AND THE RETAIL SECTOR – CHRIS VERMUELEN ON KITCO
Does Panic In The Stock Market Indicate Lower Prices?
Chris joins Jim Goddard on Howestreet.com to discuss the latest moves in the markets. The first topic of conversation was the wave of fear or panic that sent precious metals and their miners lower today. In an overall market uptrend, this type of movement can be seen as a bullish sign. Both natural gas and crude oil are testing their upper resistance levels. Listen to the podcast to learn more. “Chris and his team are providing investors with a great road map for the direction of the markets, which is why I am also a paid subscriber to TheTechnicalTraders services and encourage
How to Trade SPAC Warrants? | SPACs Attack | Benzinga Stock Market Live
The hottest sector in the markets today is the SPAC’s and we have all of the warrants trading on SPACs in our databases. A must subscription for interested investors. Jeff had an interview on Friday with Benzinga which has generated lots of interest to warrants in generals. I have included the link to this live interview which is on YouTube How to Trade SPAC Warrants? | SPACs Attack | Benzinga Stock Market Live
Strong gold and copper growth forecasts as covid disruptions subside – report
MINING.COM Staff Writer | June 30, 2021 | 11:46 am MarketsChinaLatin AmericaUSACopperGold Fitch calls for gold production growth to resume at the fastest rate in three years. (Image courtesy of Sibanye Stillwater.) Worldwide gold and copper production growth will resume in all earnest following the stop-start nature of covid-19 disruption miners experienced at times during the past 18 months, two new reports by Fitch Country risk and Industry Research show. For gold, Fitch expects production growth in 2021 to achieve its fastest rate in three years. Over the medium-term (2021 to 2025), global mine production growth will remain strong, as high prices by historical standards encourage investment and output.
Commodity traders make billions as oil, copper, battery metals prices rise
Bloomberg News | July 1, 2021 | 2:22 pm Battery MetalsChinaUSACopperOil & Gas Cargo ships entering one busiest ports in Singapore. Stock image. Doug King set up his hedge fund in the early days of the commodity super-cycle in 2004. It was perfectly timed: voracious Chinese demand lifted the price of everything from oil to copper to record highs. Investors flooded the commodities sector. At the peak, King’s Merchant Commodity Fund was managing about $2 billion. But the boom ended abruptly after the 2008 global financial crisis and the onset of the U.S. shale revolution. Prices plunged, big institutional money got out
CHART: Study predicts over 400% increase in copper, lithium, nickel battery demand
MINING.com Editor | June 30, 2021 | 12:09 pm Battery MetalsIntelligenceMarketsAustraliaCanadaEuropeLatin AmericaUSACobaltCopperGraphiteLithiumManganeseNickel Off to the races. Stock image. BloombergNEF has upped its predictions for annual demand for lithium-ion batteries by more than a third from its previous forecast on the back of expectations for rapid growth in the passenger vehicle segment. BNEF predicts annual demand for lithium-ion batteries will pass 2.7 terawatt-hours per year by 2030 – a 35% increase from the analytics company’s forecast made last year. Passenger vehicles will represent 72% of the overall market as sales race to 14 million by 2025 from just over 3 million last year.
Don’t Ever Trade Blind – Understand The Difference Between Stocks, Options, And Futures
“Picture this – though you have been trading stocks you are still relatively new to trading. You buy shares of well-known stocks like Apple or Amazon and sell them for profit. While you have been doing this, along the way you have heard that there are people who trade futures and options. If you are new, and in this example you are, you probably asked yourself “What are options and what are futures?”. To make this very clear I will first define what stocks are, then (stock) options, and lastly futures. After this, I will talk about the advantages and disadvantages of trading them. Ok