Gold: Will It Ever Break Out?

By Dudley Baker

Hello investors and a big special thanks to our new and long time subscribers.

It seems that investors in the resource space are waiting and waiting and waiting for
gold to perform.

It has been very quite recently and trading in a tight range of $1290 to $1305 or so.

We must get over $1380 to $1400 for the party to start.

There appears to be numerous catalysts, the U.S. dollar, world events, debt, trade talks, etc. which could impact the pricing of gold, but none have yet done anything to affect the price.

So, we resource investors continue to wait patiently.

While no one can exactly predict the short term direction of gold and the U.S. dollar, I continue to believe that the current markets are giving resource investors an excellent entry point right now.

For me, there is only one way to play this ‘game’ by investing in quality junior mining companies and/or long-term stock warrants trading on those companies.

If you are not familiar with stock warrants, you can receive The Stock Warrant Handbook for FREE by visiting, http://CommonStockWarrants.com along with more freebies.

As well, many investors are finding great opportunities with warrants on the U.S. stocks in other sectors, bio-techs, pharmaceuticals, banking, blank check companies, etc.

Remember that only 25% or so of my personal portfolio is in stock warrants, the balance are common shares in the junior mining companies and I am on the hunt for new additions to my portfolio which have the potential to be 10 baggers.

There are many interesting opportunities in stocks as well as the stock warrants available today, so if you are not a current subscriber, LET’S GET YOU STARTED NOW.

The next several years, 2018 – 2020 will see some exciting times in the PM sector and I am looking to make a fortune. Do you want to follow me? Let’s have some fun and make money together.

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Investopedia – Warrants: A Risky But High-Return Investment Tool

By Common Stock Warrants

By Alan Farley | May 7, 2018 — 10:00 AM EDT

Editors Note from Dudley Pierce Baker
Founder – Editor
CommonStockWarrants.com

I am very pleased to see more knowledge coming to the attention of investors regarding stock warrants. While knowledge is essential we are the only service which provides a comprehensive database of all warrants trading. All of the knowledge in the world will not do you any good if you do not know which companies have stock warrants trading, expiry dates, exercise prices, etc.

You will see in this article that they mention Put Warrants which do not trade in the United States or Canada, but may be found in some European or Asian markets. Also, there are many hyperlinks in this piece for promotional items at Investopedia.

Warrants: A Risky But High-Return Investment Tool

A warrant is similar to an option, giving the holder the right but not the obligation to buy an underlying security at a certain price, quantity and future time. It’s unlike an option in that a warrant is issued by a company, whereas an option is an instrument offered by a central exchange, such as the Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE). The security represented in the warrant (usually share equity) is delivered by the issuing company instead of a counter-party holding the shares. Companies often include warrants as part of share offerings to entice investors into buying the new security. A warrant can also increase a shareholder’s confidence, provided the underlying value of the security increases over time. Let’s examine the types of warrants, their characteristics and advantages and disadvantages they bring to your portfolio.

[Warrants are great incentives that companies offer to investors, but there are many more third-party options than company-issued warrants. If you’d like to learn more about the wider option trading universe, Investopedia’s Options for Beginners course provides a great introduction to help you get started on the right foot.]

Types of Warrants

There are two different types of warrants: a call warrant and a put warrant. A call warrant represents a specific number of shares that can be purchased from the issuer at a specific price, on or before a certain date. A put warrant represents a certain amount of equity that can be sold back to the issuer at a specified price, on or before a stated date. (Warrants are just one type of equity derivative. Find out about others in 5 Equity Derivatives And How They Work.)

Characteristics of a Warrant

The warrant certificate includes disclosures about the security’s characteristics and the holder’s rights or obligations. All warrants have a specified expiration date, which is the last day the rights of a warrant can be executed. Warrants are also classified by their exercise style. For example, an American warrant can be exercised anytime before or on the stated expiration date while a European warrant can be exercised only on the expiration date.

The certificate also includes detailed information on the underlying instrument. A warrant typically corresponds to a specific number of shares but it can also represent a commodity, index or a currency. The exercise or strike price states the amount that must be paid in order to buy the call warrant or to sell the put warrant. The payment of the strike price results in a transfer of the specified shares or value of the underlying instrument.

The conversion ratio states the number of warrants needed to buy or sell one investment unit. For example, a call warrant states the conversion ratio to buy stock XYZ is 3:1, meaning the holder needs three warrants in order to purchase one share. Typically, the share price will be low if the conversion ratio is high, and vice versa. An index warrant carries an index multiplier instead of a conversion ratio, with that number used to determine the amount payable to the holder upon the exercise date.

Investing in Warrants

Warrants are transparent and transferable certificates which tend to be more attractive in medium to long-term investment schemes. These often high-risk, high-return investment tools remain largely unexploited in long-term strategies while offering an attractive alternative to speculators and hedgers. Even so, warrants offer a viable option for private investors because the cost of ownership is usually low and the initial investment needed to command a large amount of equity is relatively small.

Advantages

Let’s look at an example that illustrates one potential benefit of warrants. Say that XYZ shares are currently quoted at $1.50 per share. At this price, an investor would need $1,500 to purchase 1,000 shares. However, if the investor opted to buy a XYX call warrant (representing one share) that was priced at $0.50, he or she could possess 3,000 shares with the same capital.

Because warrant prices are typically low, the leverage and gearing they offer is typically high, generating potentially larger capital gains and losses. While it’s common for share and warrant prices to move in tandem in absolute terms, the percentage gain or loss will vary significantly because of the initial price difference. Saying it another way, warrants tend to exaggerate percentage change movement compared to share price.

Let’s look at another example to illustrate these points. Say that XYZ shares gain $0.30 from $1.50 and close at $1.80, generating a 20% gain. At the same time, the warrant gains $0.30, rising 60% from 0.50 to $0.80. In this example, the gearing factor is calculated by dividing the original share price by the original warrant price: $1.50 / $0.50 = 3, denoting the general amount of financial leverage the warrant offers. The higher the number, the larger the potential for capital gains or losses..

In a real life example, Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway made a deal to invest in Bank of America, acquiring warrants for BAC common stock at an exercise price of $7.14 each, paying roughly $5 billion. The stock eventually rose to $24.32 per share, allowing the Oracle of Omaha to exercise those warrants …read more

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Gold Attempts to Find Price Support and Some Great Articles

By Common Stock Warrants

By Dudley Pierce Baker
Founder – Editor
http://CommonStockWarrants.com
http://JuniorMiningNews.com

Hello investors and a big special thanks to our new and long time subscribers.

Gary Wagner, writing for Kitco, gives us some information on the current status of gold and the U.S. dollar in the first article below: Gold Attempts To Find Price Support

Most of you know that the recent decline in gold is directly attributable to the very strong rise in the U.S. dollar. In the second article below, one analyst sees the possibility of a large decline in the dollar coming very soon, “U.S. Dollar Index Expected to Crash to 80 in 2018 – Here’s Why”.

While no one can exactly predict the short term direction of gold and the U.S. dollar, I continue to believe that the current markets are giving resource investors an excellent entry point right now.

For me, there is only one way to play this ‘game’ by investing in quality junior mining companies and/or long-term stock warrants trading on those companies.

If you are not familiar with stock warrants, you can receive The Stock Warrant Handbook for FREE by visiting, http://CommonStockWarrants.com along with more freebies.

As well, many investors are finding great opportunities with warrants on the U.S. stocks in other sectors, bio-techs, pharmaceuticals, banking, blank check companies, etc.

Remember that only 25% or so of my personal portfolio is in stock warrants, the balance are common shares in the junior mining companies and I am on the hunt for new additions to my portfolio.

There are many interesting opportunities in stocks as well as the stock warrants available today, so if you are not a current subscriber, LET’S GET YOU STARTED NOW.

The next several years, 2018 – 2020 will see some exciting times in the PM sector and I am looking to make a fortune. Do you want to follow me? Let’s have some fun and make money together.

Recent Articles On Our Websites:

From the shores of Lake Chapala, Jalisco, Mexico

Dudley

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Investment Experts Discuss the Opportunities With Stock Warrants

By Common Stock Warrants

Editors Note from Dudley Pierce Baker
Founder – Editor
http://CommonStockWarrants.com
http://JuniorMiningNews.com

Rarely do I see others in the investment business discussing stock warrants, sad but true. So I was delighted to recently come across the Q&A below with Marin Katusa and Doug Casey.

I have taken the liberty of inserting my personal comments into their discussion but otherwise their entire Q&A is presented below.

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Katusa’s Investment Insights

March 2, 2018

Massive Investment Mistakes and Lucrative Opportunities: Q&A with Doug Casey

By Marin Katusa

Editor’s Note: Marin Katusa recently had a question and answer workshop with legendary speculator Doug Casey at the 2018 Vancouver Resource Investment Conference. Below, you’ll find the first of their two-part interview series.

Marin Katusa:
So, Doug Casey, you have been there and done that, now you’re writing books about fiction. Is that because you’re going insane or what’s going on?

Doug Casey:
Look, the reason I’m writing these novels… first, Speculator, about the mining business and you guys are basically here about the mining business… you should read that book, Speculator. And of course, now, Drug Lord which came out last year where I show that you could be a good guy and be a drug lord. Of course this year we’re going to complete Assassin which is perhaps topical because there are all kinds of anti-thought people that have actually said they want to kill Trump so we’re looking at the history and the techniques and the morality and the practicality of political assassinations. So get those books. But the reason, Marin, to answer your question, is that there are a lot of things that you cannot say in nonfiction or you probably shouldn’t say that you can say in the form of fiction. So that’s the reason.

Marin Katusa:
For the record, we’re looking at ways to make this into a Netflix or Amazon series which it will be one day, and I’m a partner in that business. I expect it to do well. Doug, give me a couple of novels that you believe people should read to expand their horizons on investing speculation, geopolitics, that would help them become a better, wiser investor.

Doug Casey:
Yeah… novels are easier to read in many cases than nonfiction.

Marin Katusa:
Except for the Colder War.

Doug Casey:
Well, that is definitely not fiction. It is nonfiction. I’ve been a fan of Ayn Rand ever since I read her first… Well, I started out with her nonfiction, which is excellent, but if you haven’t read The Fountainhead and Atlas Shrugged, you should actually do it because everybody talks about what they think Ayn Rand said but they don’t know. Of course, she talks about business and all this type of thing. I’d put that there at number one. But I don’t read business type fiction. Frankly, I like science fiction more than anything else because, even though I don’t have a cellphone and I find that I’m becoming a dinosaur when it comes to actually manipulating the devices that people use today, I’m a technophile and most of the reading that I do is either history or science. When I read fiction, it is generally science fiction.

Marin Katusa:
Give me your two-favorite must reads….

Doug Casey:
Okay. Neal Stephenson is a genius. Anything by Neal Stephenson, you can’t go wrong with.

But my favorite by him is Diamond Age and he wrote it years ago. It accurately predicted the way, in many ways, what’s happening with nanotechnology. Nanotechnology is one of five or six technologies that are all advancing at hyper speed, faster than the rate of Moore’s law actually. You should read that book. You should read Diamond Age. You’ll really be doing yourself a favor and introduce yourself to a whole different way of thinking.

Marin Katusa:
Doug, now that you’ve kind of made a bundle of money, and I do a lot of investing for you in the funds and everything we do… looking back at your career what would have been your biggest financial mistake.

Doug Casey:
Not investigating something adequately before putting money in it. Just throwing money at it because this is a big problem.

I’ve talked with a lot of other guys about this and you get lucky in a bull market. You make a lot of money, you take the money, and you feel an obligation to reinvest the money. Very stupid. Make the money and keep the money and don’t put it back on the market. The number one mistake I’ve made. Don’t do that.

Number two is don’t hold these things too long because most, not all but most, almost all, of the stocks that you will find here, even with good people and so forth, most of them are burning matches. So don’t treat them like heirlooms. When you most want to buy more because it’s gone up a lot, you should probably think about selling instead.

So that’s another mistake I’ve made. Not being a disciplined seller. Marin is very good that way. If anything he sells too soon but that’s better than selling too late. I promise you.

Marin Katusa:
Doug, what about picking the right broker? What advice can you give someone in the audience about picking the right stockbroker?

Doug Casey:
Look, I guess everybody is using the Internet to execute their orders and so forth because you can do so very cheaply. The commissions are trivial when you use an electronic broker. I don’t do that actually. The reason why is that most of the investing that I do is with private placements and if you get good brokers that are really wired in this, they’re on the street and they can show you deals that your electronic account is not going to show you… and give you information if the broker is on the street and knows what he’s doing. I’m willing to pay a commission for that extra source of information.

Marin Katusa:
But Doug, they are called brokers, not creators. Right? They’re going to make you broke. Ironically the brokers are probably the least qualified or least educated in the financial chain and …read more

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Gold Market Update and Some Great Articles

By Common Stock Warrants

By Dudley Pierce Baker
http://CommonStockWarrants.com
http://JuniorMiningNews.com

Gold Market Update and Some Great Articles

A big special thanks to our new and long time subscribers, I greatly appreciate your support for my unique services.

Perhaps you have given up on gold and silver?

In my opinion, that would be a big mistake as I continue to see big gains on the horizon.

In the first article below, Gold Market Update written by Clive Maund (to which I fully agree), gold is on the verge of a major breakout, soon, very soon. There are lots of great charts in this article so be sure to give it a read.

The question I always ask is, what are you doing to prepare for the breakout?

For me, there is only one way to play this ‘game’ by investing in quality junior mining companies and/or long-term stock warrants trading on those companies.

If you are not familiar with stock warrants, you can receive The Stock Warrant Handbook for FREE by visiting, http://CommonStockWarrants.com along with more freebies.

As well, many investors are finding great opportunities with warrants on the U.S. stocks in other sectors, bio-techs, pharmaceuticals, banking, blank check companies, etc.

Remember that only 25% or so of my personal portfolio is in stock warrants, the balance are common shares in the junior mining companies and I am on the hunt for new additions to my portfolio.

There are many interesting opportunities in stocks as well as the stock warrants available today, so if you are not a current subscriber, LET’S GET YOU STARTED NOW.

The next several years, 2018 – 2020 will see some exciting times in the PM sector and I am looking to make a fortune. Do you want to follow me? Let’s have some fun and make money together.

Recent Articles On Our Websites:

From the shores of Lake Chapala, Jalisco, Mexico

Dudley

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BRICS Create a New International Trade Currency

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BRICS Create a New International Trade Currency, the Damage to the Dollar Will be Enormous and the Domestic Economy Will Collapse in a Short Period of Time

April 22, 2018


We are linking to the original article on My Daily Informer, which I saw also posted on 321Gold.com. Great piece so give it a read soon.

BRICS Create a New International Trade Currency, the Damage to the Dollar Will be Enormous and the Domestic Economy Will Collapse in a Short Period of Time

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New Promotional Opportunities

By Common Stock Warrants

April 24, 2018
By Dudley Pierce Baker
Founder – Editor
http://CommonStockWarrants.com

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Most of my portfolio is in common shares on gold, silver, uranium companies and more and only 25% is in stock warrants trading on some really exciting opportunities.

My subscribers know that I am looking for 10 baggers (1,000% or more) and I have had many through the years, but when gold and silver breaks out, 10 baggers could become common place.

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Precious Metals Warrants

By Common Stock Warrants

By Dudley Pierce Baker

Perhaps you remember the name…

Precious Metals Warrants

PMW was a database of all of the Canadian shares and stock warrants.

In the last bull market which peaked in 2011 in the resource sector investors were on top of the world.

Shares were soaring and many of the stock warrants are those shares were also on fire, soaring hundred’s if not 1,000s of percent.

Then the markets hit the wall…..

The bull had died and the resource markets plunged lower than anyone could anticipate.

But life goes on folks and while we had a wonderful experience with Precious Metal Warrants it was time to move on and upgrade our services.

Precious Metals Warrants lives on but now under the name of Common Stock Warrants.

So what is the different you ask?

I expanded our databases to also include those warrants trading on U.S. companies and now cover all industries and sectors.

And I mean everything, from resource companies to marijuana/cannabis, banks, biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, shipping, etc.

All of the information investors will ever need is now in one place under our website,
http://CommonStockWarrants.com

Better than ever and more warrants than ever, so I encourage you to visit my website and consider be coming a subscriber as thousand’s have done before.

Stock Warrants which are very similar to options, but importantly with much longer lives until expiration, sometimes up to 5 years and more.

I personally love the resource sector and once again believe we are the verge of another great bull market in shares, which means the stock warrants trading on those shares will soar once again.

If you need more information on warrants I have written, The Stock Warrant Handbook, Your Personal Guide To Trading Stock Warrants, which is free for visiting my website.

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Coming Soon – A New Stock Warrant On A Producing Gold Company

By Common Stock Warrants

By Dudley Pierce Baker
Founder – Editor
http://CommonStockWarrants.com

Coming Soon – A New Stock Warrant On A Producing Gold Company

Investors, I am excited.

I have recently received news of a new stock warrant with a 6 year life to begin trading possibly later this month (April).

This warrant is on a gold company currently producing around 200,000 oz a year and currently profitable.

If you believe that gold prices will rise in the coming years, then this company’s shares and stock warrants should be of great interest to you and all investors.

This smell like the potential for another 10 bagger or more, meaning over 1,000% gains.

In fairness to my current subscribers I cannot share the name of this company with you and I am sure you understand. If you are a current subscriber you have been alerted to this opportunity in last weeks audio.

I encourage you to join me now as a subscriber to my services and listen to my weekly audio’s as I continue to follow this story and others at this most incredible buying time in years for long-term stock warrants.

With a mere $1,000 investment in these warrants and a 1,000% gain, you will have paid for a subscription to my services for nearly a decade.

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Gold On The Verge Of A Major Breakout

By Common Stock Warrants

By Dudley Pierce Baker
http://CommonStockWarrants.com
http://JuniorMiningNews.com

Gold On The Verge Of A Major Breakout

I’ve got some interesting articles for you below and in full disclosure I also own shares in
Silver Bull which is showcased by Bob Moriarty of 321Gold in his article below.

This was a wild week in the markets with the financial markets tanking and gold break strongly to the upside.

While gold has still not broken out, it is very, very close.

From the chart above you can see this Head and Shoulder pattern has been forming for 4 to 5 years.

Using $1050 as the low and the shoulder at $1380 or so, we can project a target price in gold of $1710.

When this breakout in gold does occur, resource shares will finally play catchup.

For me, there is only one way to play this ‘game’ by investing in quality junior mining companies and/or long-term stock warrants trading on those companies.

Between the Canadian Database and the U.S. Database, we have around 250 exciting opportunities with stock warrants trading. investors are finding great opportunities with warrants on the U.S. stocks in resources, marijuana/cannabis, blockchain, bio-techs, pharmaceuticals, banking, blank check companies, etc.

If you are not familiar with stock warrants, you can receive The Stock Warrant Handbook for FREE by visiting, http://CommonStockWarrants.com along with more freebies.

If you sign up for my services with a Gold or Lifetime Subscription you will have access to my entire portfolio and can see everything that I own and
remember that only 25% or so of my personal portfolio is in stock warrants, the balance are common shares in the junior mining companies and I am on the hunt for new additions to my portfolio.

There are many interesting opportunities in stocks as well as the stock warrants available today, so if you are not a current subscriber, LET’S GET YOU STARTED NOW.

The next several years, 2018 – 2020 will see some exciting times in the PM sector and I am looking to make a fortune. Do you want to follow me? Let’s have some fun and make money together.

Recent Articles On Our Websites:

From the shores of Lake Chapala, Jalisco, Mexico

Dudley Pierce Baker

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