Never Buy Cannabis Shares Until You Read This

April 26, 2019 Dudley Pierce Baker Founder – Editor http://CommonStockWarrants.com   The Cannabis/Marijuana sector has become one of the most popular investment choices among investors over the last few years. Knowing that investors are always looking for ways to increase their gains I wanted to bring to your attention the fact that many of the companies have stock warrants trading as well. In fact there are 33 cannabis/marijuana companies which have stock warrants trading and a few of the companies have more than one warrant trading. One of the companies with warrants trading is Aurora Cannabis, TSX:ACB. The warrants trade under ACB.WT. In my power point presentation, I showcase these warrants which could have made you 1,733% in 3 months. The numbers don’t lie, so be sure to see my presentation for details. Most of these warrants are trading on the Toronto Venture Exchange (TSXV) or the Canadian Stock Exchange (CSE). If you are not familiar with stock warrants, this might be a wonderful time for a brief learning experience. You probably know something about call options, if so, warrants and options are very similar. However, the biggest advantage for stock warrants is the longer lives. Some warrants are issued giving the holder of the stock warrants, the right, but not the obligation, to acquire the shares for up to 5 years. Commonly warrants will have a life of 24 to 36 months but when you have the opportunity to buy warrants with a 5 year life you really need … Continue reading

Investment Opportunities with Stock Warrants

January 6, 2018 By: Dudley Pierce Baker Founder – Editor Common Stock Warrants Finding investment opportunities is an on going process and keeping abreast of the news and new offerings is a time consuming process. But that is what we do. Sectors of significant interest to investors: Marijuana and Cannabis Resource companies – gold, silver, copper, royalty companies, etc. Banks and Financial Institutions Biotechnology Pharmaceuticals And many, many more…. There are stock warrants trading on hundred’s of companies, some of which you may be familiar, but many that you have probably never heard of. For example, have you heard of Canada Jetlines Ltd? This is a new airlines in Canada that has literally taken off and the shares and stock warrants soared to highs last week. The common shares which traded at a yearly low of C$0.17, hit a high of C$1.15 last week, a potential gain of 576%. The stock warrants which traded at a yearly low of C$0.02, hit a high of C$0.60 last week, a potential gain of 2,900%. The leverage factor is 5.03 to 1 which means the warrants outperformed the common shares by a factor of over 5 times. Another example which I highlighted last week was Aurora Cannabis and the stock warrants. Aurora Cannabis – How High Is High? In this case the leverage factor was 4.31 to 1, meaning the warrants outperformed the common shares by a factor of 4.3 times and the warrants gained 1,608%. My last example for you occurred in … Continue reading

Aurora Cannabis – How High Is High???

January 3, 2018 By: Dudley Pierce Baker http://CommonStockWarrants.com For those investors ‘playing’ the marijuana/cannabis sector recent times have been good. You can define ‘recent times’ as a month or two, or in the case of Aurora, merely days. Aurora Cannabis shares and stock warrants trade on the TSX Exchange with the symbols of ACB and ACB.WT. Aurora is literally the talk of the town but our interest here is showing you how the shares and stock warrants have performed as of today’s close by the following charts. The common shares have risen since October from C$3.00 to today’s close of C$14.18. A wonderful gain of 373%.   However, the real action has been in the stock warrants which started trading in late October 2017 could have been bought for C$0.60 in the first week of trading….but then exploded higher ending today’s trading at C$10.25 after hitting an intra day high of C$10.80 for a gain of 1608%. That is NOT a misprint. Thus the stock warrants have thus far outperformed the common shares by a leverage factor of 4.31 to 1. In less than 2 1/2 months, the stock warrants have risen over 1,600% for an unbelievable performance. A quick view of the charts above, however, must beg the question: ‘How High Is High’? Obviously the shares and warrants are in a parabolic movement which all investors should be aware. Stay with your position as long as possible but exit as fast as possible when the tide turns. This is … Continue reading