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Trading your way to quick gains with a basket of warrants. (part 5 of 5)

Jeff Baker 9/8/2020 Wrapping UP **the examples and commentary given are for informational purposes only and as with any investment decisions you are encouraged to do your own due diligence and consult your licensed investment advisor** As a Senior Analyst at Common Stock Warrants (CSW) and the primary data analyst, programmer, economic geologist, I have had the opportunity to run many Python simulations and placed our databases within the machine learning environment to find statistical abnormalities and patterns in warrants. This series of posts will focus on how the results of those investigations have led me to find a path to creating a rolling basket of securities that require far less capital to start trading with warrants. All of this is prefaced with an in-depth exposure to the trading methodology of Dudley Baker and CSW which seeks to secure thousands of percent in gains in longer term scenarios with warrants. Return to the first part of this article series if any of the terminology or discussion in parts of this series needs clarification. In the previous articles in this series, there was a demonstration of the leverage capabilities within a basket of warrants and the potential methodology for a retail investor to implement to utilize stock warrants as a viable component of their portfolio. We discussed some of the most important aspects regarding entry and exit as well as exercise prices and their relationship to our selections. We looked at charts of comparison between the common shares and warrants and … Continue reading

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The Warrant Report: Great Articles For Your Immediate Attention

By Dudley Pierce Baker Founder – Editor http://CommonStockWarrants.com Hello Investors, There are so many interesting opportunities for trading stock warrants and the list grows by the day…… We continue to make great progress on the upgrading of our website, http://CommonStockWarrants.com. Sorting features are now in place on all databases. Gold, silver, and the miners have returned to consolidation mode so it is a good time to be making your buying list of shares and warrants that you want to own for the next rise. If you are not one of our many valued subscribers this would be a great time to GET STARTED. Subscriptions are available for one month, one year, or for a LIFETIME.         Recent Articles On Our Websites: Trading your way to quick gains with a basket of warrants. (1 of 5) Fed Dials Up Inflation Target…Own Gold Pandemic to accelerate industry automation – report A Line in the Sand Are FANGS Going To Breakdown Soon? Thanks for being with us on this journey,   … Continue reading

Trading your way to quick gains with a basket of warrants. (part 4 of 5)

Jeff Baker 9/6/2020 The Outcome **the examples and commentary given are for informational purposes only and as with any investment decisions you are encouraged to do your own due diligence and consult your licensed investment advisor** As a Senior Analyst at Common Stock Warrants (CSW) and the primary data analyst, programmer, economic geologist, I have had the opportunity to run many Python simulations and placed our databases within the machine learning environment to find statistical abnormalities and patterns in warrants. This series of posts will focus on how the results of those investigations have led me to find a path to creating a rolling basket of securities that require far less capital to start trading with warrants. All of this is prefaced with an in-depth exposure to the trading methodology of Dudley Baker and CSW which seeks to secure thousands of percent in gains in longer term scenarios with warrants. Return to the first part of this article series if any of the terminology or discussion in parts of this series needs clarification. Continuing where we left off, we have now identified our targets based on the methodology that has been discussed. The next stage is to spend some money and roll the dice with a statistical advantage in our corner. Revisiting the previous list of targets we have been outlining and including with our entry prices the final exit prices let’s see how they performed individually and as the proposed “basket”. WARRANT COMPANY NAME ENTRY PRICE EXIT PRICE % CHANGE NFINW … Continue reading

Trading your way to quick gains with a basket of warrants. (part 3 of 5)

Jeff Baker 9/6/2020 Executing the trades **the examples and commentary given are for informational purposes only and as with any investment decisions you are encouraged to do your own due diligence and consult your licensed investment advisor** As a Senior Analyst at Common Stock Warrants (CSW) and the primary data analyst, programmer, economic geologist, I have had the opportunity to run many Python simulations and placed our databases within the machine learning environment to find statistical abnormalities and patterns in warrants. This series of posts will focus on how the results of those investigations have led me to find a path to creating a rolling basket of securities that require far less capital to start trading with warrants. All of this is prefaced with an in-depth exposure to the trading methodology of Dudley Baker and CSW which seeks to secure thousands of percent in gains in longer term scenarios with warrants. Return to the first part of this article series if any of the terminology or discussion in parts of this series needs clarification. Continuing where we left off, we have now identified our targets based on the methodology that has been discussed. The next stage is to spend some money and roll the dice with a statistical advantage in our corner. Revisiting the previous list of targets to get the associated entry prices from the results. NFINW – Netfin Acquisition Corp – $1.08 TOTAW – Tottenham Acquisition I Limited – $0.19 SAQNW – Software Acquisition Group Inc – $0.97 … Continue reading

Trading your way to quick gains with a basket of warrants. (part 2 of 5)

Jeff Baker 9/5/2020 The “Basket” and Time-frame **the examples and commentary given are for informational purposes only and as with any investment decisions you are encouraged to do your own due diligence and consult your licensed investment advisor** As a Senior Analyst at Common Stock Warrants (CSW) and the primary data analyst, programmer, economic geologist, I have had the opportunity to run many Python simulations and placed our databases within the machine learning environment to find statistical abnormalities and patterns in warrants. This series of posts will focus on how the results of those investigations have led me to find a path to creating a rolling basket of securities that require far less capital to start trading with warrants. All of this is prefaced with an in-depth exposure to the trading methodology of Dudley Baker and CSW which seeks to secure thousands of percent in gains in longer term scenarios with warrants. Return to the first part of this article series if any of the terminology or discussion in parts of this series needs clarification. Without giving away the farm, I will allude to a system of calculations and processes that will not be fully discussed. The reason for this is partially proprietary and somewhat expansive as it relates to Python or Machine Learning algorithms, as it relates to this particular series of articles, the underlying methodology will be reserved for a different series on how to perform statistical analysis with your portfolio to increase the odds for success. These … Continue reading

SPAC Interview With Mudrick Capital (MUDS) And Hycroft Mining (HYMC)

By Dudley Pierce Baker Founder – Editor Common Stock Warrants I recently had the privilege of interviewing Jason Mudrick of Mudrick Capital Acquisition Corp (MUDS) and their recent merger with Hycroft Mining now trading on the Nasdaq as HYMC and HYMCW. We were joined in the interview with Jeff Baker, my son, an economic geologist as well as David Kirsch, Chairman of the Board of Hycroft Mining. Hycroft Mining will be announcing its Second Quarter financials on August 10, 2020. Hycroft to Release Second Quarter Financial and Operating Results on Monday, August 10, 2020 Conference Call to be Held August 10, 2020, at 11:00 am MT  We trust you will enjoy our interview and encourage you to share with other like-minded investors. Hycroft Mining Holding Corporation (HYMC) is a gold and silver producer operating the Hycroft Mine located in the world-class mining region of Northern Nevada. The Hycroft Mine features one of the largest gold and silver deposits in the world with a low-capital, low-cost process and a 34-year mine life. Hycroft Restart and Future Growth Interested investors should visit Hycroft’s recently updated Corporate Presentation as of July 2020 Hycroft Mine Overview Senior-scale asset with expected average annual production of approximately 366 koz Au Eq.(1)  Management has developed a “capital light” restart plan that is being executed in 2020 after which the mine will be begin to ramp up to Feasibility Study production levels  Mining has been ongoing for over a year  Hycroft has fully constructed mine … Continue reading

Warrantless but not unwarranted: Therapeutics Acquisition prices first ever SPAC IPO of common shares

Note from Dudley Pierce Baker, CommonStockWarrants.com I just saw this article out today and wanted to share it will my followers. If you follow the SPAC’s, blank check companies, this is the first offering without a stock warrant. Only shares were issued, not units, and thus no warrants which we frankly love to see as they are included in our database. I kind of doubt this will become a trend but I will be watching. Warrantless but not unwarranted: Therapeutics Acquisition prices first ever SPAC IPO of common shares July 8, 2020 2020’s blank check boom hit another major milestone with Therapeutics Acquisition (TXAC). For the first time in their roughly 20-year history, a SPAC has completed an IPO by selling common shares rather than units, signaling ever-greater demand in the space. SPAC offerings normally include units consisting of shares of common stock and tradable warrants. Therapeutics Acquisition marks a notable first, but it is also part of a trend, with more SPACs this year lowering their warrant component to 1/3 and 1/4 warrants. 2020 SPAC milestones The first ever SPAC IPO of common shares: Therapeutics Acquisition (TXAC) The largest SPAC ever to go public: Churchill Capital Corp III (CCXXU) The largest SPAC ever to file for an IPO: Pershing Square Tontine (PSTH.U) The biggest quarter ever by proceeds (tied for most deals): 2Q20, 24 SPACs and $7.2 billion On pace for a record year in 2020 Several companies have chosen SPAC listings over IPOs   Therapeutics Acquisition Corp., Sponsored by RA Capital Management, L.P., Announces Pricing of Upsized $118 Million … Continue reading

SPACs Are Booming. These 21 May Be About to Announce Deals

  By Nicholas Jasinski   July 6, 2020 6:00 am ET Editors Note from Dudley Pierce Baker at CommonStockWarrants.com : Our interest here at CSW is that all of the SPAC’s (blank check companies) have a stock warrant which will have a 5-year life starting from the time of the merger of the SPAC with another company. Interesting long-term opportunities here for greatly increased upside leverage potential with the stock warrants. Currently, we have over 65 blank check companies in our database, all of which are looking for mergers. I have not verified the information in the article below but there are many more SPAC’s trading than what the article says. Bryan R. Smith/Getty Images This year has become a boom year for special purpose acquisition companies, or SPACs. Some postmerger returns have been stunning, including those of Nikola Motors, Virgin Galactic, and DraftKings —all of which went public by combining with SPACs. New SPAC issuance is soaring, with multiple initial public offerings a week for several weeks running. And big names like Bill Ackman want in. More recently, investors have begun bidding up shares of SPACs that have agreed to attractive deals, but months before their combinations close. Tortoise Acquisition (ticker: SHLL), which will merge with electric-truck company Hyliion this fall, has nearly tripled since its deal announcement in June. On Monday, shares of Landcadia Holdings II (LCA), a SPAC sponsored by Landry’s CEO and Houston Rockets owner Tilman Fertitta, said it plans to merge with Fertitta’s Golden Nugget gaming franchise. The stock popped more than 50% in the next two days. Also known as “blank-check companies,” SPACs … Continue reading

Chuck E. Cheese Will Soon Be Publicly Traded

I dare say that every parent, grandparent, aunt and uncle, everyone, has been to a Chuck E. Cheese somewhere in the world. Chuck E. Cheese will soon be completing a merger with Leo Holding Corp., a blank check company, sometimes referred to as a Special Purpose Acquisition Corporation – (SPAC) which will allow CEC to become a publicly traded company. Upon the completion of this business combination, the new name will be Chuck E Cheese Brands, Inc. and new symbols will be issued for trading. Leo issued a press release announcing that it has scheduled the extraordinary general meeting of its shareholders to approve the Business Combination for July 30, 2019. However, I caution investors, until this merger is finalized issues can still arise, and until the deal is done, the deal is not done. Leo Holding Corp. currently trades as LHC on the New York Stock Exchange as do the stock warrants which trade as LHC.WS. Soon investors will have another restaurant and entertainment company trading which might represent an attractive opportunity depending upon your personal investment objectives. My fascination and purpose in writing this article is that Leo Holding Corp. has stock warrants trading which will become stock warrants of the new company which may be of interest to many investors. Currently in our databases, there are 66 blank check companies trading and with each company there is a stock warrant trading which was issued in the initial offering of the blank check company. All of these 66 … Continue reading

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