Investor Interest Is Soaring For These Securities

Investor Interest Is Soaring For These Securities   Better than options, better than shares, better than preferred shares and better than convertible debentures. Some others in the business have referred to these securities as Premium Shares, however, there is no such thing as Premium Shares which was a ‘made-up’ term by others for marketing to their base. These securities are actually stock warrants which have been around since the 1920s. Stock warrants are a favorite of many large and savvy investors, like Warren Buffett and Rick Rule, both of which would never participate in a financing unless warrants are issued to them as well as the common shares of the company. For investors, ‘timing’ is extremely important, when to buy, when to sell. It is like a merry-go-round and each investor is in control as to when to enter or exit a trade. With stock warrants I usually like to have at least 2 years of remaining life before buying the warrants and there are many in my databases. So warrants can be viewed as an equity kicker, incentive, to get the deal done and Warren and Rick are tough negotiators and want the best terms possible. Admittedly, most of the warrants which Warren Buffett and Rick Rule receive are in connection with private placements which might not be available to the average investor, but there are many stock warrants trading which can be bought on the exchanges just like buying common shares but only if you know where to … Continue reading

How To Invest And Prosper With Warrants

April 25, 2019 Stockhouse Editorials Note from Dudley at CommonStockWarrants.com I just stumbled on this article on the Stockhouse website and thought it worthy of bringing to your attention as it is always good to see others writing about warrants besides myself. While I would take exception to one or two points in the article, basically it is a good article and useful to all investors. Direct Link Article On Stockhouse Warrants (“share purchase warrants”) are a financial instrument that can be an important tool for boosting investment returns. For novice investors, this begs the question: what is a warrant? A warrant is a form of stock option that comes into existence most commonly via the private placement process (for further general details here, please see Private Placements 101). Typically, when a company offers a large block of shares to finance a private placement, participating investors also receive share purchase warrants as an incentive for participation in the financing. The most common structure in these private placements is for ½ of a share purchase warrant to accompany each common share (each “unit”) purchased in the private placement. Occasionally, companies will offer a full warrant with each common share. These share purchase warrants entitle the holder to acquire an additional common share at a fixed price (known as the execution price), for a fixed period of time. The way that investors can prosper from the acquisition of these warrants is simple. If the share price for the offering company rises above the … Continue reading

Stocks No Bid – Gold No Offer

STOCKS NO BID – GOLD NO OFFER July 25, 2019 by Egon von Greyerz It is not difficult to understand Cassandra’s enormous frustration. She was given the gift of accurately predicting important events and her curse was that no one would believe her. Some of us are certain that we can now see the biggest bubbles in economic history coming to an end with totally devastating effects for the world. But like Cassandra, we are also cursed since more than 99.9% of the world’s population would not believe our predictions. The problem is that this time it will not only involve the biggest wealth destruction in history but also lead to major problems in society with mass unemployment, no social security, no pensions, breakdown in law and order, social unrest, civil war and geopolitical conflict. Reading these very dark predictions, I can understand that most people want to stick their head in the sand and ignore these dire forecasts. Obviously I would also hope that all these predictions are false and won’t come to pass. But as Winston Churchill said: “THE TRUTH IS INCONTROVERTIBLE, MALICE MAY ATTACK IT, IGNORANCE MAY DERIDE IT, BUT IN THE END THERE IT IS” The problem is of course that the truth will often only be known after the event. I wrote about Cassandra back in June 2017 and have over a very long period tried to warn anyone who is willing to listen about the risks and the events that will affect us all. We are obviously … Continue reading

OUR APRIL 21~24 GOLD CALL IS HERE

  April 23, 2019 Chris Vermeulen TheTechnicalTraders.com OUR APRIL 21~24 GOLD CALL IS HERE Don’t forget the great opportunities available with stock warrants which will greatly outperform the shares as this rally in gold and silver soon begins. JOIN US NOW! Stock Warrants – Power Point Presentation    

The Master Tournament & Some Great Articles Requiring Your Attention

With The Masters rapping up in Atlanta, we have Tiger, still in the hunt with a few holes remaining as I write this piece. Hello Subscribers and others interested in possibly becoming subscribers. Gold has substantially fulfilled our views as well as the views of TheTechnicalTraders.com to the down side target of no more than $1278. We could easily trade in a tight range now for a few weeks, before we resume the upside move and then take out the longtime overhead resistance around $1400 and then head to $1500 perhaps by years end. You need to be in position very soon to capture what I believe will be the potential for many 10 baggers in resource shares and much more in the stock warrants on those shares. Get Started Now Recent Articles On Our Websites: Stock Warrants | Power Point Presentation (April 5, 2019) ADL Predictions For Price Of Gold Precious Metals Setup Final Buying Opportunity Is This The Last Leg Higher For The Dow Index? Crude Oil Nearing Resistance – Could A New Top Form Here? Canadian Dollar May Be Setting Up For An Upside Breakout Enjoy your weekend but don’t go to sleep and miss this opportunity, Dudley Pierce Baker http://CommonStockWarrants.com GET STARTED NOW  

20 Days Left To Find Buying Opportunities in Gold

March 24, 2019 Chris Vermeulen TheTechnicalTraders.com Our researchers have been glued to Gold, Silver and the Precious Metals sector for many months. We believe the current setup in Gold is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for skilled traders to stake positions below $1300 before a potentially incredible upside price move.  We’ve been alerting our members and follower to this opportunity since well before the October/December 2018 downside price rotation in the US markets. October 5, 2018: Prepare for a gold and silver rally December 9, 2018: Waiting for gold to erupt Jan 25, 2018: Why everyone is talking about gold and silver Additionally, our researchers called the bottom in the US equities markets and warned of an incredible upside price rotation setting up just before the actual price bottom occurred on December 24, 2018. December 26, 2018: Has the equities selloff reached a bottom yet Our research continues to suggest that Gold and Silver will rotate within a fairly narrow range over the next 3~5 weeks before setting up a likely price bottom near April 21, 2019.  We’ve been predicting this bottom formation for many months and have been warning our followers to prepare for this move and grab opportunities below $1300 when they set up. This first chart, a Monthly chart showing our TT Charger price modeling system, clearly illustrates the strength of this bullish price trend and the initiation of this trend back in early 2016.  One of the strengths of the TT Charger modeling system is that it establishes a number of key … Continue reading

Stock Warrants | Wikipedia

Stock warrants are defined on Wikipedia, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Warrant_(finance): “In finance, a warrant is a security that entitles the holder to buy the underlying stock of the issuing company at a fixed price called exercise price until the expiry date. Warrants and options are similar in that the two contractual financial instruments allow the holder special rights to buy securities.” Common Stock Warrants provides a database of stock warrants trading in the United States and Canada in all industries and sectors. The service has been in existence since May 2005 and was initially named, PreciousMetalsWarrants.com. In 2013, services were expanded and the name was changed to CommonStockWarrants.com. CommonStockWarrants provides: A Database of all trading warrants in the U.S. and Canada A Listing of all trading warrants Ownership of CommonStockWarrants is the sole property and responsibility of Dudley Pierce Baker. Articles on stock warrants by Dudley Pierce Baker have appeared on many websites, including Kitco. 321Gold, Goldseek, TheMorganReport, 24HourGold, TalkMarkets, SeekingAlpha and many more. Videos and interviews have been done with BNN, FuturesMagazine, ResourceWorld, EllisMartinReports, KorelinEconomicReports, PalisadeRadio, TheGoldReport, TheFinancialSurvivalNetwork, JayTaylor and others. Books – In 2017, “The Stock Warrant Handbook, Your Personal Guide To Stock Warrants” was written by Dudley Pierce Baker and is a useful research tool to all investors: Chapter Titles: What is a Warrant? Background and History of Warrants Why You Should Consider Warrants A Warrant On What? Market Timing Portfolio Allocation Private Placements vs. Trading Warrants How I Determine Current Values Are You A U.S. or Canadian Investor? Brokerage Firms How to Place Your Trades The Stock … Continue reading

Definition Of A Stock Warrant

Several years ago in New York at a Hard Assets Investment Conference, a newsletter writer with over 30 years in the business, asked me, “Dudley, what is a stock warrant?” After regaining my composure, I responded just like I am addressing you, by defining a warrant and why you should be interested. By definition, a warrant is a security, issued by a company, giving the holder the right, but not the obligation, to acquire the underlying shares, at a specific price and expiring on a specific date in the future. This definition is very similar to stock options or LEAPS, (Long-Term Equity Anticipation Securities) except that warrants are actually issued by a company, whereas options and LEAPS are created/written by investors. Warrants are traditionally issued in connection with a company’s private placement or equity offering as additional incentive to get the deal done. Warrants are mostly a matter of common sense and arithmetic, so let’s not make this complicated. Stock warrants can be issued by companies for as little as 1 year or for 5 years or more. Obviously, the longer the term of the warrant (time until expiration) the better your chances of great success. However, just because a stock warrant has a 5 year life does not mean that you must hold the warrant for 5 years. With trading warrants you can buy the warrants one day and sell them the next day. Exercising a warrant should never be one of your considerations, as it makes no sense … Continue reading

The History Of Stock Warrants

Warrants have literally been available for investors for many decades but yet are very under appreciated and overlooked by most investors. As far back as the 1920s many large companies have had stock warrants trading, AT&T, Goldcorp, Bank of America, General Motors, Ford Motors and Agnico-Eagle Mines, among hundreds and hundreds of others. My extensive knowledge of warrants goes back to the 1970’s and my fascination with the writings of Sidney Fried and The R.H.M. Warrant Survey, a hard copy newsletter and a popular financial newsletter during the 1950s, 60s and 70s. (Fried, 1949) Sidney Fried passed away in 1991 at the age of 72 and to the best of my knowledge, his service stopped in the late 1970s or early 1980s around the time that options began to trade on the CBOE. Sidney Fried’s first book, ‘The Speculative Merits of Common Stock Warrants’ (1949) is a rare and timeless educational tool for warrants and is the core of knowledge used by me in my service. Since 2005 I have used this cumulative knowledge of warrants which I learned from the ‘master’ to educate and assist investors around the world and I have collected all of the writings of Sidney Fried. Even though these works are old, the information is timeless and only the examples used are out of date. One quote from Sidney Fried which I have used many times at investment conferences is very appropriate here: “With potential profits and losses so great it a source of wonder that so little understanding … Continue reading