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Jupiter Wellness raises $32.5M capital via stock and warrants offering

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  1. NEWS! Jupiter Wellness, Inc. #NASDAQ: $JUPW @frontpagestocks (09/07/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    Jupiter Wellness Licenses Photocil(TM), a Novel Topical Treatment of Psoriasis, Vitiligo, Pruritis and Atopic Dermatitis JUPITER, FL / ACCESSWIRE / July 9, 2021 / Jupiter Wellness, Inc. (NASDAQ:JUPW), today announced they have entered into an exclusive agreement to license Photocil™, a novel patented topical cream that provides clinically-proven relief for Psoriasis, Vitiligo and Atopic Dermatitis. https://finance.yahoo.com/news/jupiter-wellness-licenses-photocil-tm-130000943.html?soc_src=social-sh&soc_trk=tw&tsrc=twtr   submitted by   /u/mornarig8 [link]   [comments]
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  2. Jupiter wellness licenses patents for the treatment of contact dermatitis (17/06/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  3. Jupiter Wellness launches trial comparing JW-100 and Eucrisa for treatment of eczema (13/07/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  4. Jupiter Wellness shares rise after inking exclusive license agreement for Photocil (09/07/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  5. Jupiter Wellness inks multi-year distribution deal with Rigour International (19/07/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  6. ImmunoPrecise Antibodies, PainReform leads healthcare gainers; Seres Therapeutics, Jupiter Wellness among major losers (22/07/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  7. Stock warrants? (27/05/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Noob here! ???? I've been studying stocks and charts, and I've only been paper trading on webull. Trying to get a good understanding of things before getting my feet wet. I'd like to get into being a patten/swing trader eventually. I've still got a long way to go, but I'm committed. I see some really good gains on stock warrants, and I've traded a few just playing around and done really well with them in the paper account. I genuinely try to stay away from the comments section on any stock, just for the fact that everyone and their mother thinks that the stock they've invested in is going to "sky rocket to the moon", regardless of how the chart is looking and I don't have time for mental games. But I still glance at the comments every now and then. And it seems that anytime I look a comments on stock warrants, they seem get a bad rep, or people get belittled for bragging about about their gains because "it's not a stock, it's a stock warrant" So I've strayed away from warrants temporarily until I know more about them, because I don't want to waste my time practicing something on my paper account, if I'm not going to be able to apply it on a real account. It all boils down to two questions. Can stock warrants be traded like a regular stock? And if so, are the short term capital gains tax rates similar to that of a regular stock?   submitted by   /u/BongHits4Steve0 [link]   [comments]
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  8. What happens when a company calls warrants, and why would they do this? (25/06/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I think I have a pretty basic concept of warrants, but I saw someone mention that a company can “call warrants,” and that when this happens the share price will drop. I couldn’t find any information on this online. So when/why would a company call warrants? What effect would it have on the share price, and why? If I own stock warrants, how would it affect me if the company calls warrants?   submitted by   /u/tigerrhett1 [link]   [comments]
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  9. Reviva Pharma raises $30M capital via stock offering (27/05/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  10. Trulieve Cannabis raises $198M capital via stock offering (08/04/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  11. PAVMZ warrants…what to do? (30/06/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I currently own 8,000 PAVMZ warrants in my traditional IRA purchased at $0.75 each. Each warrant allows me to purchase one share of PAVM at a price of $1.60; the warrants expire in 2024. From what I can tell, there is no cashless exercise provision. While I’m currently enjoying the fact that my warrant purchase has provided me with a 535% return (as of today), I’m trying to work out my strategy when the warrants are either called by the company or when 2024 arrives, whichever comes first. I am bullish on PAVM. Let’s assume that PAVM goes to $10 a share, and PAVMZ reaches $8.40 at the same time. The way I see it, I can either a) pay the $12,800 to exercise the warrants and ride with 8,000 shares of PAVM stock at $1.60, or b) sell the warrants for $67,200 and buy 6,720 shares of PAVM. Questions: Are these my only two options? Am I overlooking other options? If I exercise the warrants, would the $12,800 come out of my IRA balance, or would I have to pony that up from my checking account?   submitted by   /u/Chemical_Gap_619 [link]   [comments]
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  12. Pingtan Marine Enterprise under pressure on $4.75M stock and warrants offering (04/03/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  13. Can someone explain Private Placements to me? (12/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I mean, I understand what happens. It’s a deal made off the market and it’s more beneficial for the company, more direct. But I’m talking in terms of price. Do PP’s typically move a stock in the positive direction? Or somehow the other way? Say a stock is trading at .43 cents. The stock opens the next day dropped off 30% down to .30 range. Then, shortly after the drop they announce a 25 Million Dollar PP @.30 with Warrants to buy more at .40. Could that drop somehow have been related to the deal being made at .30? Does the company issues new shares in these situations meaning they aren’t bought right off the open market? And thus won’t affect the price directly? Like, for instance. My brain wants to think in the mentioned situation that: ‘Ok, the stock was trading at .43, they had a lunch date or whatever and decided .30 would be where the deal was made. So they drove the price down from .43 to .30 to pick up his friends and his 25 Million Dollars in stock at that set price and then once they’re on board this thing will take off.’ Is that how this works? Or is it more like: ‘We’re off the market and we like what you’re doing and know you need capital so here gimme 25 Million Dollars worth of shares at say .30 with warrants to buy more at .40 and you just get this capital NOW to do whatever you gotta do.’ As in, is it a sign of weakness like a company is needing money? But, I guess even in that situation that means the investor believes the stock will go up if he exercises warrants to buy more at a higher price.. ??????????????? Just spitballin, would love to hear some input. Thanks in advance!   submitted by   /u/Jibbcar [link]   [comments]
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  14. Celcuity raises $56M capital via equity offering (29/06/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  15. AVEO raises $48M capital via equity offering (24/03/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  16. Dynex Capital raises $65M via equity offering (04/03/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  17. ProQR raises $90M capital via share offering (31/03/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  18. Agrify raises $75M capital via equity offering (17/02/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  19. T-Mobile raises $3B capital via debt offering (11/05/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  20. Otonomy raises $30M capital via equity offering (08/04/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  21. Norsemont Announces Extension of Warrants (30/06/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    CSE:NOM CNSX:NOM.CN OTC:NRRSF FWB:LXZ1 Norsemont Mining Inc., announces that it is extending the exercise period of 10,677,958 share purchase warrants. The Warrants were issued pursuant to private placements in accordance with the table below. The Company proposes to extend the expiry date of these Warrants to January 1, 2022. All other terms and conditions of the Warrants including the acceleration provision remain unchanged. With a total of 10.6M warrants, there are various exercise prices starting from $0.75 up to $2.50 as time passes on. Find the news release at: https://www.thenewswire.com/press-releases/1k3wFbW38-norsemont-announces-extension-of-warrants.html ​ Stay safe, this is not financial advice!!   submitted by   /u/GeneGriffingy2 [link]   [comments]
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  22. Ramaco Resources raises $30M capital via equity offering (09/07/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  23. Staffing 360 Solutions raises $19.7M capital via equity offering (10/02/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  24. DMC Global raises $113M capital via equity offering (05/05/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  25. Mid Penn Bancorp raises $65M capital via equity offering (30/04/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  26. CleanSpark raises $200M capital via equity offering (16/03/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  27. COMPASS Pathways raises $144M capital via equity offering (30/04/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  28. Columbus McKinnon raises $180M capital via equity offering (30/04/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  29. Realty Income raises $519M capital via equity offering (01/07/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  30. Where to find a list of tradable rights and/or warrants? (14/05/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I'm interested in trading rights and warrants as part of a strategy, but I'm having trouble findings a list of stocks that have associated rights and/or warrants. Is there a source of all active tradable rights and warrants? Free preferred, but I'd be willing to pay.   submitted by   /u/ReverseSplitArb [link]   [comments]
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  31. Where can I find a list of brokers who offer stock warrants? (10/05/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I did some searching on google, can't really pin down the answer. I'm thinking of opening a Roth IRA later this year. And I want to make sure that brokerage is one that offers purchasing stock warrants (not necessarily within the Roth, but I need to know I will have that option on their platform.)   submitted by   /u/Robincapitalists [link]   [comments]
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  32. Where to find a list of tradable rights and/or warrants? (14/05/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I'm interested in trading rights and warrants as part of a strategy, but I'm having trouble findings a list of stocks that have associated rights and/or warrants. Is there a source of all active tradable rights and warrants? Free preferred, but I'd be willing to pay. My strategy is to purchase single rights and warrants that are exchangable for a fraction of a share when the company has stated that fractional shares will be rounded up to full shares. Round ups are rare, but happen a few times a month of small profits.   submitted by   /u/ReverseSplitArb [link]   [comments]
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  33. Drinking and Trading don’t mix. I accidentally bought equity warrants instead of ordinary stock. How do I make money of of this mistake? (27/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Title says it all. Had a few too many drinks of liquid courage and bought 50 shares of Cresco Labs Equity Warrants (CRLWF) instead of the ordinary shares (CRLBF). I used Fidelity to buy the shares resulting in a fee of $100 (bought 30 and then 20 and didnt notice the $50 fee for each.) So my cost basis is around $8 while the listing price for CRLWF is around $6. If I sell now, I get hit with another $50 transaction fee, plus lose the $100 and some change. The warrants expire in September of 2022. The strike price is around $9.90. Is there anyway I can come out of this by either breaking even or making a profit? I’m pretty confused about how to exercise warrants, and how people even make money of equity warrants. Any help would be greatly appreciated. And no need to call me a moron....i’m very well aware if that. Thank you again!   submitted by   /u/CostantlyLost [link]   [comments]
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  34. Bharti AXA General introduces Health AdvantEDGE with Wellness and Ayush benefits – Check details (09/02/2021 - Financial Express)
    The plan offers wellness benefits with options to customize the offerings to suit them in times of illness as well as on their journey of wellness.
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  35. Q: CHPT announced redemption of all it's public warrants. How will this affect the share price? (07/06/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    My question is: How will this event affect the share price, when company redeems all of it's public warrants? "On June 4, 2021, ChargePoint Holdings, Inc. (the ?Company?) mailed a Notice of Redemption in respect of the redemption of all of its outstanding public warrants to purchase one share of the Company?s common stock that were issued under the Warrant Agreement, dated as of July 25, 2019 (the ?Warrant Agreement?), by and between Switchback Energy Acquisition Corporation (?Switchback?) and Continental Stock Transfer & Trust Company, as warrant agent, as part of the units sold in Switchback?s initial public offering, and that remain outstanding following 5:00 p.m. New York City time on July 6, 2021 for a redemption price of $0.01 per warrant. "   submitted by   /u/SpockOnPilgrimage [link]   [comments]
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  36. SOS prices 22M ADS and warrants offering (12/02/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  37. WPF-WT (WARRANTS) (17/06/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    WPF-WT Warrants are coiled and ready to EXPLODE. The price of these are criminally undervalued at just $1.75 as of writing and are likely headed towards $8-$9 once this merger finalizes on June 30th. If you're not familiar with warrants, they give you: The option to purchase stock at a set price (1:1) The option to trade them (warrants) like any other security. This is a leveraged play into one of the best SPAC opportunities on the market right now. When the price of the common shares hit $20+ (currently trading at $10) you can expect the warrants to be priced around $8.50+! Trading at $1.75 as of this writing, this presents an INSANE opportunity that is likely to come to fruition within the next 2 weeks! Alight Solutions is a SPAC led by Bill Foley (the best in the business, google him) set to merge on June 30th 2021. Alight Solutions is a leading healthcare, benefits & payroll services provider trading at just 2X sales when all other comparables in the industry trade at 10X sales+! It will not be long before the market realizes this discrepancy! This is a unicorn of a find and is going to run up like crazy just before/after merger announcement on the 30th. Warrants being what they are, it will not take much for this to get to the target price of $8.50+.   submitted by   /u/cznu123 [link]   [comments]
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  38. cbdMD raises $16.5M via preferred stock offering (01/07/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  39. Nouveau raises $59.4M via common stock offering (23/06/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  40. HealthEquity raises $402M via stock offering (17/02/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  41. Second Sight raises additional $7.5M from underwriters of stock offering (25/06/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  42. Guided Therapeutics raises $1.1M in new preferred stock offering (16/02/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  43. Meten Edtechx raises additional $2M from underwriter of stock offering (08/07/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  44. Intellia Therapeutics raises $690M via common stock offering (02/07/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  45. Basic question about call warrants (07/07/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I am reading online about call warrants but I have difficulty understanding how exactly it works. Let's take an example. I have found a call warrant "Call 21.01.22 Apple 130" with price 1,6 euros. If I buy 100 warrants so I pay 160 euros right now, and if Apple price in January 2022 is 150, what happens? I guess the warrant price will be more than 1.6 euros / warrant and then I can sell my warrants to make profit ??   submitted by   /u/makaros622 [link]   [comments]
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  46. Petco Health and Wellness prices 22M share secondary offering (27/05/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  47. Capstone raises additional $1.5M after underwriter exercises option in stock offering (22/06/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  48. Broadstone Net Lease raises additional $34.5M from underwriters of common stock offering (28/06/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  49. $HTZGQ - MY FINAL IDEA OF WHAT SHAREHOLDERS WILL GET, DEBATE WELCOME (31/05/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    I am a guy with Google, not a financial advisor. I have a substantial amount of HTZGQ and have been trying to figure it out, just like most of you. I have been reading, posting, and taking feedback for a few weeks now. Here is my latest and best take on what is going on. Class 11 Shareholders are going to get paid out for their shares in 3 parts: Cash in the amount of $1.53 per share, plus 2) Pro Rata shares of (a) 3% of the Reorganized Hertz Parent Common Interests, and 3) Either: a) 30-year warrants for 18% of the equity in the Reorganized Debtors struck at an equity value of $6.5 billion, or b) rights to participate in a $1.635 billion offering for approximately 35% of Reorganized Hertz Parent Common Interests at a per share price based on a total equity value of approximately $4.7 billion. So I will tackle each part, one at a time. Part #1 - Cash - $1.53 This part is pretty simple. For every share you own, you will receive $1.53. This should just show up in your brokerage account after the conversion. Part #2 - Pro Rata Shares of 3% of the Equity - $1.24 in shares Per the 3rd part of the payout, the estimated equity value is $6.5 billion dollars. So 3 % of the equity should be $195,000,000. There are 156,210,000 outstanding shares of HTZGQ. So 195,000,000/156,210,000 equals $1.24. you would receive $1.24 in shares of the new company. Part #3 - Warrants or Rights Offering - Not Conclusive, But some estimates below a) 30 year warrants - Estimated value each of $4.92 - $5.47 Each share holder will get 1.0497 warrants for each share they own now. The warrants are issued as a cash less exercise. So you broker should be able to exercise them all with no cash and just take the strike price money back by selling some of your executed shares. You do not have to exercise the warrants. You can hold for up to 30 years. The value will be the current share price less the strike price. That's why there is a range estimate. b) Right Offering - In lieu of 30 year warrants. Two ways to participate. Buy or Sell. 1) Buy - **you must be an accredited investor to buy.** if you don't know what this is you are probably not one. Banks, Brokerages, high net worth individuals. 2) Sell - All non-accredited investors may sell their right to shares in the new company at the subscription right offering. You have to tell your broker what your minimum bid is and how many shares you want to sell. 3) What's it worth - I don't know. This parts completely over my head. Anyone that can explain this in simple terms, please have at it. My best guess is this is an easy way for people that just want to cash out to sell all their interest. Two things that I have asked the Prime Clerk and I am awaiting answers: 1) What is the strike price of a warrant? 2) If you were to sell your rights at the auction, are you selling just your warrant rights or are you selling the cash and pro rata shares too?   submitted by   /u/NotanSECgoon [link]   [comments]
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