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post #121 of 291
Thread Starter 
Updated values for this week.

http://canadianwarrants.com/values/Aug-3-07.htm

New warrants ASF.wt and expired warrant WLT.wt

If you find any links aren't working. I am reorganizing the pages as the site has gotten too big to handle the way it is. Everything should be working by the end of the weekend.

Have a great long weekend all!!
post #122 of 291
Thread Starter 
Updated sheets as of Friday

http://canadianwarrants.com/values/Aug-10-07.htm

New warrants are DPF.wt a new India Opportunities Fund and GCE.wt which is Grande Cache Coal

No warrants expired this week.
post #123 of 291
Thread Starter 
Updated sheets,

http://canadianwarrants.com/values/Aug-17-07.htm

New warrants this week are PNP.wt and FTF.wt and no warrants expired.

With all this volatility there are lots rated bargains this week. Whoever got the PNP.wt at .20c definitely got the buy of the week.
post #124 of 291
CL ur up so late doing the warrants every friday, take a break for once
post #125 of 291
Thread Starter 
Well I didn't stay up late last night but because there are so many more warrants trading now and none are expiring it will probably be noon on Saturdays before I get the sheets uploaded.

Updated sheets.

http://canadianwarrants.com/values/Aug-24-07.htm

New warrants this week are DNR.wt and MYT.wt.a

None are expiring..
post #126 of 291
warrants seem to be pretty volatile recently...well at least the ones I am watching. I like.
post #127 of 291
hello CL
how one do find 1 month anulised voltility?
downgs which one u like waerant
post #128 of 291
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by dwonga View Post
warrants seem to be pretty volatile recently...well at least the ones I am watching. I like.
Very volatile. I like it too. Its great for trading...

Thokiyya I have a column on my sheet that lists the volatility for each. Hope that helps.

http://canadianwarrants.com/values/Aug-24-07.htm
post #129 of 291
New to warrants and what they mean to a stock and it's price. when warrants expire does it mean the stock will go down in price or up?
post #130 of 291
It should be positive on the share price as it means the fully diluated number of shares will have dropped (this is assuming the warrants were not exercised).

This is dependent though on how well financied the company is. If they needed the cash from the warrants being exercised to carry on then this could pose a problem for the company going forward.
post #131 of 291
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Originally Posted by nightfox View Post
New to warrants and what they mean to a stock and it's price. when warrants expire does it mean the stock will go down in price or up?
If the warrants are in the money and the majority get exercised the stock will usually go up soon after. If they expire out of the money then chances are the share price will go down as they will probably be doing another financing right away. Getting the warrants into the money means a lot to these companies as they benefit from the money they receive by having the warrants exercised.

What happens to the share price after also depends on the markets. If they are heading down like they did then its not going to make much difference...
post #132 of 291
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Originally Posted by calgarylady View Post
If the warrants are in the money and the majority get exercised the stock will usually go up soon after.
I have seen though in many cases the price drops soon after.

Just before the price increase, many companies will have launched a promotion campaign in the hopes of moving the share price higher enticing the warrants holders to exercise.

If the company is successful they will now turn their attention back to the drill bit and during this time all those people who bought in during the promotion run up plus those who exercised the warrants for the quick flip will start to unload.

I think we have all seen it enough times now what happens when there is no news coming out of a company for a while.

In the end though it really boils down to the fundamentals of the company, which is why one should always ignore the hype unless you are a trader.
post #133 of 291
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Wow a couple of weeks ago you are so busy that you are shutting down your website and now you have nothing to do but monitor the warrant thread.. amazing. One little correction though. If you are a trader chances are you aren't in warrants. Its something you would learn after watching them for a long time. Warrants are about patience and timing. The big gains are made by the people that get in when no one wants them, when they come back to a low and then hold on. At some time they become liquid enough to start selling and taking profits.
A lot of the selling occurs before the exercise date as people want the cash to excercise. I have found a lot of the times the company will put out news the day before the exercise date to try and get the price as high as they can but lots of times they have waited until the night before and then the only option you would have is exercise as you can't sell on the last day.

New warrant sheets this week.

http://canadianwarrants.com/values/Aug-31-07.htm

Only one new on the sheets this week is Oilsands Canada Corp.
post #134 of 291
Warrants as we know provide great leverage in the underlying equity. As the stock goes up in price , the warrants also go up , but at a faster rate. As calgarylady says , they are more for longerterm holders.
My largest holding now BAJ.wt , and have no intentions of selling my core holding here, although I may buy and sell as the market allows.
I truly believe this one will be a 10$+ stock once production nears and so the warrants will show 7 or 800% gains if the stock would rise 5fold.
However buying warrants in iffy or stocks with little inherent value is risky and that is where we see the most volatiliy. Perhaps these are good for small traders , but not very liquid so large positions are hard to buy and sell.
JMHO
post #135 of 291
I have watched warrants for a long time and kicked myself for not getting into a few incredible risers in the past. I don't want to miss out on excellent opportunities anymore. One warrant that I recently jumped into was Sprott Moly. MLY.wt The reason for getting in was because of great fundamentals of the basket of equities it holds; very good management and because that is where the money is now. Like most commodities, MLY.WT has been hit by the recent down draft but it has mega upside IMO.

I will be watching for and and picking up good warrants as part of my overall diversified high risk holding strategy.

GLTA and thank you to CalgaryLady and Mouser for the excellent information as always...it is much appreciated.
post #136 of 291
CL, just because you took things the wrong way does not mean you have to get nasty.

What you say is true, but it also counts for general investing overall. Buy stocks/warrants based on fundamentals and not hype and wait for them to go on sale. It does not matter if it is a warrant, penny resource, bank stock, etc.

One of the best books I have read in a while on value investing is Rule #1 by Phil Town and is a book I think all types of investors could learn something from.
post #137 of 291
MLY.WT is a bargain in the .70 trading range. It looks like this one will go over the 1.00 range and trade closer to its fair market value of $1.26 in the next couple of weeks. This is indeed a Bargain especially when reconciled against the track record of Sprott Moly managers; current price of moly; current supply/demand moly situation whereby moly is becoming a metal in demand while its supply is dwindling...a supply crunch will mean that this baby will head one way...up.

GLTA

IMG another Bargain.
post #138 of 291
Warrants prices updated hourly can be found at this link:

http://www.canadianwarrants.ca/pricelist.htm

News releases updated on through out the business day on companies that have warrants can be found at this link:

http://www.canadianwarrants.ca/warrantnewsreleases.htm
post #139 of 291
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You know copying a person's webpages is the sincerest form of flattery but its also illegal and access logs hold all the ip addresses that access my pages so I know how much time you spent on my site copying. I find it pretty sad and pathetic when people have to resort to this.

Anyway the sheets are up for this week:

http://canadianwarrants.com/values/Sep-7-07.htm

New warrant this week is SVM. One to do DD on as this company has really good management and a great history. They are also doing a 3 for 1 stock split right away.

Northwind I like your choice of the mly.wt and IMG is usually a bargain. When the warrants are fractional the market has a hard time figuring out their value. I still like the K.wt but its risky as it expires in December but they aren't far from the strike price and with the US$ going down at the same time as the Dow it means money isn't flowing into the US$ as a safe place. That is a good sign that gold could fly here.
post #140 of 291
You know copying a person's webpages is the sincerest form of flattery but its also illegal and access logs hold all the ip addresses that access my pages so I know how much time you spent on my site copying. I find it pretty sad and pathetic when people have to resort to this.

CL please spread your lies somewhere else, this is not stockhouse.

All actively traded warrant information is freely available in the financial section of the news paper. I simply used the information to set up a website that updates the warrant price information during the business day instead of once week. I don’t supply any ranking or fair value information such as you do just current prices with some basic warrant calculations.

I would have freely supplied you with the javascirpts for your site and still will if you promises to stop being so nasty. Furthermore I think you should really try moving forward and working with me as we could really compliment each other and build a stronger falling for warrants.
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