Luckypennyman Saturday, 06/27/20 08:00:56 PM Re: KOmani post# 6 Post # of 21 At the time of issuance(2008) the common stock was valued much higher. The warrant was valued at .48 and is a reflected value of the strike price. ( a set price) Right now the stock is valued very low and also the warrants are too. In warrant trading, when the common stock goes up the warrant value increases too. If the common stock reaches the same price as when it was originally issued then it would also be that the warrant price would be back at .48 cents again. But would scream much higher if the common went up past it's original strike price. Warrants have a greater return on your buck. Ok. Warrants are traded just like stocks. They can be bought or sold just like stocks. The advantage of a warrant is that you can buy them at a price that is much less than the common stock price and when the common goes up the warrant goes up as well but at a greater percentage rate. Investopedia has an easy read on warrants, check them out. Its something that once read an understood then it becomes clear of how they work. In my opinion warrants are super! Maybe as an example you could examine Ship and shipw They might show how the common and the warrant reflect each other. Best to read about warrants and to know how they work though ok. Good luck.