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@ChestRockwellDirk thinks turfing your $CNL warrants at this juncture/price is a 'crackpot idea'. But he'll be the first to admit that there's no guarantee the Co will get a fat premium TO offer prior to expiry. He dared me to dream though.... 😎
@anomalloyMost #gold doing well today. $ICG upgraded to Buy this am. $PG climbing faster than usual. Other than its bullish indicators and being undervalued relative to its peers, anyone know of news/rumour driving this?
wannabeinvestorWho was the village idiot who sold 50k $CNL.WT warrants at 0.73 last week? And who was the sharpie who picked them up? He or she is sitting on a double... and it's only beginning to get interesting.
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@greensomeone make a mistake with the latest warrant purchase on CNL or is that correct1.49?
@ChestRockwellI think $CNL might just violate any measured move target level.....this could get taken out in the short to medium term. Bottom line: it has an end game - let the acquirer determine your ultimate exit price. $CNL$CNL.WT
@ChestRockwellThe new $CNL appointment "was directly responsible for leading the sale of Uranium One to ARMZ Uranium Holding Inc. in 2013 for US$1.3 billion." If he can do a repeat for a similar number, thems would be some way cool beans.
@dirkdigglernice to see the bid support on the $CNL warrants. I have more of these than I care to admit - there was a clearance sale not too long ago at $0.63. My mom liked sales too. Like mom / like son.