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Capitalize on the Fastest Growing Sector of the Stock Market, Second Edition (Hardcover)
 by Andrew McHattie   Rating: ISBN-10: 027303751X

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Warrant Terms
  • Expiration Date
    The last day the warrants can
    be exercised. If warrants aren't
    going to be exercised then they
    must be sold the day before
    the expiry date. The longer the
    time to expiry the more
    valuable the warrants.
    The leverage of a warrant
    is a measure of how much
    you can increase your
    exposure to a share if you
    bought warrants instead of
    making a direct investment. It
    is calculated dividing the 
    current share price by the
    current price of the warrant.
    Intrinsic Value
    The difference between the
    exercise price and the actual
    trading price of the common
    stock. Once the common has 
    gone over the exercise
    price the warrants are 
    said to be 'in the money'.
    The higher the volatility 
    rating the higher the price
    of the warrant will be. A measure
    of actual stock price changes
    over a specific period of time
    Historical volatility is 
    calculated by using the 
    standard deviation of an
    underlying stock price.
    In the Money
    When the price of the 
    common is higher than 
    the exercise price
    Time Value
    The time value is the difference
    between the current warrant
    price and its intrinsic value
    The time value is to be 
    interpreted as the consideration
    paid for the advantage that the
    warrant buyer has over 
    the direct investor.

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