San Antonio, Texas (PRWEB) July 16, 2013
Since 2005 our services have provided comprehensive data on common stock warrants solely within the natural resource and junior mining sector that were trading on the Canadian Exchanges, under the name of PreciousMetalsWarrants.com. “As of May 2013 a major expansion of services was completed to include all stock warrants trading on the US Exchanges, as well as, all stock warrants trading on the Canadian Exchanges,” said Dudley Pierce Baker, founder and editor of CommonStockWarrants.com.
Stock warrants give the holder the right, but not the obligation, to purchase the underlying common shares at a specific price and expiring on a specific date in the future.
The information that is furnished to our subscribers has never been provided before in one investment service and allows for access to information on stock warrants that is otherwise unavailable or very difficult to obtain. Separate databases are maintained for stock warrants trading in the United States and Canada for investors to best focus their attention on particular sectors – for example, banking, financial services, insurance, mining, oil and gas.
Common Stock Warrants provides all relevant details necessary for investors to make an informed decision as to which warrants to purchase, if any. The upside leverage potential in buying stock warrants is essential and our proprietary warrant leverage calculations are included in the databases for investors/subscribers.
Investors are reminded that there are substantial reasons why Warren Buffett and Rick Rule demand stock warrants as an equity kicker in connection with any of their private placement investments. Baker said, “the reality is that most investors do not have the opportunity to participate in private placements but they do have many opportunities available to purchase stock warrants which are already trading in the United States or Canada. Global investors will find that http://www.CommonStockWarrants.com is an essential portal to expand your portfolio with the tremendous upside potential of stock warrants.”