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

Northern Dynasty – US Congressional Committee calls on EPA Administrator to withdraw Pebble Project veto

February 22, 2017   Editors Note from Dudley Pierce Baker This company Press Release is out after the markets close today and after the shares and warrants have been punished badly of late. Perhaps this news will give some relief, we shall see …… February 22, 2017 Vancouver, BC – Northern Dynasty Minerals Ltd. (TSX: NDM; NYSE MKT: NAK) (“Northern Dynasty” or the “Company”) announces that the US House Committee on Science, Space and Technology has called on the new Administrator of the US Environmental Protection Agency (“EPA”) to rescind the federal agency’s 2014 regulatory action under Section 404(c) of the Clean Water Act to pre-emptively veto Alaska’s Pebble Project. A February 22, 2017 letter to EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt from Committee Chairman Lamar Smith states: “The Committee recommends that the incoming Administration rescind the EPA’s proposed determination to use Section 404(c) in a pre-emptive fashion for the Pebble Mine in Bristol Bay, Alaska. This simple action will allow a return to the long-established Clean Water Act permitting process and stop attempts by the EPA to improperly expand its authority. Moreover, it will create regulatory certainty for future development projects that will create jobs and contribute to the American economy.” Since 2014, Northern Dynasty and its 100%-owned subsidiary Pebble Limited Partnership (“Pebble Partnership”) have advanced a multi-prong strategy — including litigation, Congressional outreach, independent investigations, among other initiatives – to encourage EPA to withdraw its unprecedented regulatory action against Pebble. The Congressional Science, Space and Technology Committee has held … Continue reading

Northern Dynasty | Valentine’s Day Massacre 2017

February 15, 2017 Dudley Pierce Baker   Northern Dynasty Minerals, NDM.TO and NAK, has treated shareholders and warrant holders extremely well over the last 6 months or so with gains of 500% and much more for the stock warrants of up to 2,000%. That all changed on February 14, 2017, Valentine’s Day. Briefly, due to a hack job by a New York based hedge fund and short seller,  the shares and warrants plunged at one time around 40% before slightly recovering. On February 15th the shares and warrants made some very modest gains. Below, I am sharing with you the analysis of our friends at The Casey Report for the details and particulars of what happened. But first, I found interesting that while the shares were plunging on Valentine’s Day, two of the company’s insiders were actually buying shares in the open market. Insider Reporting: On February 14th, Northern Dynasty Minerals Director Steven Ashby Decker acquired 20,000 Common Shares on a direct ownership basis at a price of US$2.435 through the public market on February 14th, 2017. This represents a $63,763 investment into the company’s shares and an account share holdings change of 18.2%. In addition, Director Desmond Balakrishnan acquired 7,900 Common Shares on a direct ownership basis at a price of $3.000 through the public market. This represents a $23,700 investment into the company’s shares and an account share holdings change of greater than 100%. The question now for investors is whether Northern Dynasty’s shares or stock warrants … Continue reading

Trump makes Canadian mine explorer with zero revenue great again

Trump makes Canadian mine explorer with zero revenue great again NATALIE OBIKO PEARSON Bloomberg News Published Thursday, Jan. 19, 2017 10:42AM EST Last updated Thursday, Jan. 19, 2017 6:45PM EST Note from Dudley Pierce Baker Editor of The company showcased in this article is Northern Dynasty. If you are interested in the story, you will be interested to know that Northern Dynasty actually has 3 stock warrants trading and you will need to know which one I am recommending. Join me now. There’s one thing Donald Trump is already making great again: a small Canadian explorer with rights to one of the world’s largest undeveloped copper and gold deposits. Northern Dynasty Minerals Ltd. has more than tripled since the U.S. election to approach a four-year high this week amid speculation the incoming administration will allow the explorer’s long-stalled Pebble project in Alaska to move ahead. Last week, the Vancouver-based company drummed up $43-million in a secondary share offering to investors eager for a stake in a resource it estimates at more than 6 billion tons of ore. NORTHERN DYNASTY MINERAL That’s quite a revival for Northern Dynasty, whose sole project had appeared all but dead only a year ago. After peaking at a market value of almost $2-billion in 2011, the company’s luck turned — it was abandoned by Anglo American Plc and Rio Tinto Group amid a commodity rout, and it was obstructed by the Environmental Protection Agency after the project had already burned through more than $550-million. … Continue reading