December 26, 2017
By Dudley Pierce Baker
on several of the companies.
For those not familiar with stock warrants they are very similar to stock options. The principal differences being
that stock warrants are a security issued by the company and the options are a derivative and written/created by other investors.
Typically call options have a maximum life of 12 months where stock warrants frequently have a life from 2 to 5 years.
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Currently there are 6 stock warrants trading on very interesting companies in the marijuana/cannabis space.
There are only two places that you will find the details on these stock warrants:
Common Stock Warrants provides a detailed database for all stock warrants trading in the United States and Canada in all investment sectors.
Marijuana Speculator provides a complete listing of all stocks and stock warrants trading in the marijuana and cannabis sector.