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The Motley Fool Vs. Bloomberg – Who’s Right?

This morning I saw an article by Evan Niu, CFA (TMFNewCow) writing for The Motley Fool:Bloomberg Was Wrong About Lucid Motors and Churchill Capital IV I am curious how Bloomberg will respond to his article by The Motley Fool as this may get really interesting as these two giants in the news business go at it.Personally, I do not invest or trade on rumors, however, if I already have a position in the shares or warrants on a specific company I have to pay attention to all of the news, even if some of it is rumors.I was in early

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What Are SPACs, and Why Is Everyone Talking About Them Right Now?

Editors Note from Dudley Pierce Baker, https://CommonStockWarrants.com Great piece on SPACs from Frank Holmes whom I have had the opportunity to visit on many occasions in his San Antonio, TX offices. Here at https://CommonStockWarrants.com, our primary interest in SPACs is that (with few exceptions) the SPACs have warrants which will trade and will have a 5-year life after the completion of a merger. We see many of the SPACs bringing innovation, new ideas, and proven management teams to this community and we believe the opportunities with SPACs will continue for some time. Enjoy this piece from Frank Holmes. March 22,

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EQOS Warrant Redemption Imminent

https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/diginex-announces-redemption-of-public-warrants-301234621.html Reminder that EQOS warrants (formerly JFKKW) will be redeeming their warrants at the latest on 3-26-2021 at which point they will expire worthless.

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After The FOMC – What’s Next?

“I have received numerous emails and questions regarding the market’s set up and what to expect after the Triple-Witching event (FOMC, Futures/Options expiration) last week.  It appears many traders/investors are seeking some clarity related to price trends and the potential opportunities that are setting up in the US markets right now.  In this research article, my research team and I provide some greater detail related to what we believe is likely to happen over the next 5 to 8+ weeks. Our recent Gann/Fibonacci research article drew quite a bit of attention from readers.  Their biggest concern was that we were suggesting a

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The Warrant Report For Week Ended March 19, 2021

As we approach the markets open on Monday, March 22, we have the metals to the downside once again and a mixed open for the U.S. markets, with more strength in the NASDAQ. Check out the interesting articles below on a variety of topics. Our services are available to assist investors with making money with stock warrants. Plain and simple, we provide you the information and tools and point you in the correct direction to capture awesome gains in this challenging market environment. We have entered every datapoint imaginable for all of our services, Silver, Gold, SPACS, and our new

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Investors flock back to lithium as battery bust turns to boom

Bloomberg News | March 19, 2021 | 12:04 pm Battery MetalsTop CompaniesAustraliaChinaLatin AmericaLithium (Image courtesy of Lithium Chile). Investors are betting big on a lithium comeback less than three years after prices of the metal used in rechargeable batteries collapsed from a record price and sent miners reeling. Producers of the metal that had been shunned amid supply overhangs and plateauing demand raised almost $3.4 billion in equity offerings in the Americas so far this year, data compiled by Bloomberg show. That’s seven times the total amount raised from 2018 to 2020, when the industry was in a downturn. Interest in the

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Here Comes Bitcoin’s Big Test: The Empire Strikes Back

BY JOHN RUBINO ◆ MARCH 17, 2021 14 COMMENTS One of the flaws in the revolutionary mindset is a tendency towards overconfidence. Combine absolute belief in a new idea with a couple of early wins and you get an absurd level of cockiness. This leads the would-be revolutionary to underestimate the challenges involved in getting from there to ultimate victory. Why? Because those early successes happened when hardly anyone was paying attention. Once the threat is recognized, the Empire usually strikes back with intent, and the revolution turns out to be a lot harder, and a lot less certain, than it seemed. History is

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Is This The Start Of A New Commodities Super Cycle?

Peter Krauth Articles (32) Follow Commodity Comeback Recency bias is a funny thing. It’s human nature to expect the near future to look like the recent past. But we all know that’s not how things always play out. And that can be costly, even dangerous, for investors. Take long term bonds, for example. 10-Year Treasury yields have more than tripled, from 0.54% to 1.66% since last July. Does that mean the 40-year bond bull market is dead? Tough to say, or course. We’ll only know that for sure with hindsight. You know… recency bias. If nothing else, the bond market is telling us

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Is Silver To Rise Like Bitcoin?

Chris Vermeulen joins ​ Elijah Johnson of Miles Franklin to discuss Silver, Gold, Bitcoin and the US dollar.0:00​ Intro0:50​ Silver long-term4:32​ Silver short-term5:48​ Silver to rise like Bitcoin?7:46​ Gold outlook11:26​ Dollar strength14:34​ Shifts in leading sectors16:59​ Shift towards commodities “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 IS SILVER TO RISE LIKE BITCOIN? Stock

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Are We Days Away From Potential Gann/Fibonacci Price Peak?

“We have received many emails from members and readers asking us to follow-up on our December 30, 2020, Gann/Fibonacci research article entitled “Price Amplitude Arcs/Gann Suggest A Major Peak in Early April 2021 – Part II“.  In that article, my research team suggested a major price peak may set up in early April 2021.  Now we are only a few weeks away from the start of April and we believe the US major indexes have already started to make their move related to the Gann/Fibonacci peak prediction.  Let’s review our original research and then take a look at what is

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Fisker Announces Cashless Redemption of Public Warrants

LOS ANGELES–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Fisker Inc. (NYSE: FSR) (“Fisker” or the “Company”) – designer and manufacturer of the world’s most emotion-stirring, eco-friendly electric vehicles and advanced mobility solutions – today announced that the Company will redeem all of its outstanding warrants (the “Public Warrants”) to purchase shares of the Company’s Class A common stock, par value $0.00001 per share (the “Common Stock”), that were issued under the Warrant Agreement, dated Aug. 9, 2018 (the “Warrant Agreement”), by and between the Company (f/k/a Spartan Energy Acquisition Corp.) and Continental Stock Transfer & Trust Company, as warrant agent (the “Warrant Agent”), as part of the

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The Warrant Report For Week Ended March 12, 2021

This week we had some interesting news and some ‘no news’ to share with you. On Friday we had a trading halt on one of my top positions, Gran Colombia Gold, TSX:GCM and TSX:GCM.WT.B. At Friday’s close we still did not have any news, only the trading halt was at the company’s request with news pending. We look forward to learn this news on Monday but out gut tells us this will be good news for shareholders. We also had news from First Majestic Silver that they are acquiring the Jerritt Canyon Gold mine in Nevada from Sprott Mining. See

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Did Gold Shares Capitulate on Friday?

Bob MoriartyArchivesMar 8, 2021 It looks to me as if we had a bottom in resource stocks on Friday with massive capitulation. Gold and silver act as if they are blindfolded and searching in the darkness for a well-deserved turn higher. In a near perfect example of Monkey See-Monkey Do, those who don’t understand how commodity markets actually work were blathering on recently about how the commercials in the gold market were panicking out of their short positions. But since when do the commercials ever drive the metals markets? Here is an image of the latest Gold Cots as of

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The War that Lies Ahead

Tuesday, 9 March 2021Hugo Salinas Price Are World Wars a thing of the past? Will there never, ever be a Third World War? From recent news, it appears that Russia has developed new, monstrous weapons of inconceivable destructive power, to be delivered by intercontinental missiles. It certainly doesn’t sound like the Russian government regards war as a thing of the past. Russia has only one potential enemy – the USA. The USA is the only candidate as a victim of Russian weaponry – and for good reasons. The USA is engaged in ceaseless efforts to annoy Russia, as well as

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First Majestic buys Nevada gold mine from Sprott

Cecilia Jamasmie | March 12, 2021 | 3:45 am NewsPrecious MetalsCanadaUSAGoldSilver Jerrit Canyon mine in northern Nevada. (Image courtesy of Jerrit Canyon Gold.) First Majestic Silver (TSX: FR) (NYSE:AG) is buying the Jerritt Canyon gold mine in Elko County, Nevada, from Sprott Mining for $470 million in shares and five million share purchase warrants. As part of the deal, Sprott Mining president Eric Sprott will complete a $30 million private placement investment in First Majestic. The Canadian miner said it had identified opportunities to enhance the mine’s cost and production profile, as well as near-term brownfield potential between the SSX and Smith mines. Jerritt Canyon

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