A warrant gives investors the right, but not the obligation, to buy a share at a certain price (the exercise price) by a certain date in the future. Warrants often accompany a share issue and they can be traded in the stock market in their own right. Note that the value of warrants is likely to be more volatile than the underlying shares, and this can be a high-risk area of investment. Because of this it is a regulatory requirement to sign a warrants risk warning prior to trading.
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In the context of investment trusts, a form of traded option which gives the holder the right to subscribe for shares in the trust at some time or times in the future and at prices fixed when the warrants are issued. They offer the purchaser of warrants an option on a future interest in the equity of the trust for a relatively small initial investm...Found on http://www.henderson.com/sites/henderson/its/glossary.xhtml?letter=W
A security that offers the owner the right to purchase the shares of a company at a fixed date, usually at a fixed price.Found on http://www.henderson.com/sites/henderson/its/glossary.xhtml?letter=W
Warrants give the owner the right, but not the obligation, to buy shares in the issuing company at a future date for a predetermined price. The price of a warrant is linked to the underlying share, and will rise and fall in line with the share price, although due to the level of gearing, with greater volatility. Warrants do not have any voting or d...Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/20416
A security similar to a call option. If a holder exercises a warrant, new shares will be issued to the holder....more on WarrantsFound on http://moneyterms.co.uk/s/
The warrant gives purchasers the right, on a specific date and at a fixed price, to purchase a stock. It is a financial security in nature. Similarly to stocks, they can be bought or sold on the market. The individuals who hold them do not collect income but instead, expect to profit from the difference between the sale and the purchase price. Warr...Found on http://www.investmentterms.net/warrants-definition/
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