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Thursday, November 25, 2010

Company Warrants Expiring in 2010 - Actions Needed

I need to remind myself all the outstanding company warrants that are expiring in 2010 in my portfolio which I will need to take action. I will update this list accordingly as I go along so that I won't forget about them.

LINAIR W100118, Expiry Date: 18 Jan 2010, Exercise price = $0.09, Conversion ratio 1:1 - Warrants expired worthless.
CHALLENG W100408, Expiry Date: 8 Apr 2010, Exercise price = $0.10, Conversion ratio 1:1 - Warrants exercised and converted to shares.
ETIKA W100408, Expiry Date: 8 Apr 2010, Exercise price = $0.095 , Conversion ratio 1:1 - Warrants exercised and converted to shares.
JAPANLANW100416, Expiry Date: 16 Apr 2010, Exercise price = $0.75, Conversion ratio 1:1 - Warrants expired worthless.
TIH W100511, Expiry Date: 11 May 2010, Exercise price = $1, Conversion ratio 1:1 - Warrants exercised and converted to shares.
HOSEN W100625, Expiry Date: 25 Jun 2010,Exercise price = $0.03, Conversion ratio 1:1 - Warrants exercised and converted to shares.
AZTECH W100716, Expiry Date: 16 July 2010,Exercise price = $0.47, Conversion ratio 1:1 - Warrants expired worthless.
ADV SCT W100819, Expiry Date: 19 Aug 2010, Exercise price = $0.87, Conversion ratio 1:1 - Warrants expired worthless.
ASIATIC W100902, Expiry Date: 2 Sep 2010, Exercise price = $0.03, Conversion ratio 1:1 - Warrants exercised and converted to shares.
LEEMETAL W100910, Expiry Date: 10 Sep 2010, Exercise price = $0.05, Conversion ratio 1:1 - Warrants exercised and converted to shares.
QIANHU W100919, Expiry Date: 19 Sep 2010, Exercise price = $0.035, Conversion ratio 1:1 - Warrants exercised and converted to shares.
JIUTIANC W101015, Expiry Date: 15 Oct 2010, Exercise price = $0.80, Conversion ratio 1:1 - Warrants expired worthless.
VIKING W101116, Expiry Date: 16 Nov 2010, Exercise price = $0.08, Conversion ratio 1:1 - Warrants exercised and converted to shares.
Asia Water W101118, Expiry Date: 18 Nov 2010, Exercise price = $0.02, Conversion ratio 1:1 - Warrants exercised and converted to shares.
ECOWISE W101121, Expiry Date: 21 Nov 2010, Exercise price = $0.035, Conversion ratio 1:1 - Warrants exercised and converted to shares.
PACIFICHCW101126, Expiry Date: 26 Nov 2010, Exercise price = $0.39, Conversion ratio 1:1 - Warrants expired worthless.
TECHNICOEW101126, Expiry Date: 26 Nov 2010, Exercise price = $0.40, Conversion ratio 1:1 - Warrants exercised and converted to shares.
SERIAL W101220, Expiry Date: 20 Dec 2010, Exercise price = $0.09, Conversion ratio 1:1 - Warrants exercised and converted to shares.
A-Sonic W101230, Expiry Date: 30 Dec 2010, Exercise price = $0.0325, Conversion ratio 1:1 - Warrants exercised and converted to shares.

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19 Comments:

Blogger ZhuKoLiang said...

hi ghchua, newbie_George here... sgfund website down??? cannot login... :S

9:36 PM  
Blogger ghchua said...

Hi newbie_George,

It is up now. Sorry for the downtime.

7:24 PM  
Blogger Royston said...

Hi Ghchua,

I'm compiling a list of Singapore Investment Bloggers...

http://sginvestbloggers.blogspot.com/

Have included your site in the list, appreciate if you can also do a link to the site.

Cheers

6:42 AM  
Blogger ghchua said...

Hi Royston,

Okie. Will add the link.

8:53 PM  
Blogger Royston said...

Hi Ghchua,

Thanks! :)

2:23 AM  
Blogger Ian said...

By any chance can you put me in contact with the SGFunds admin/webmaster as well? Their website is STILL broken and their contact link is in spanish...

8:31 PM  
Blogger ghchua said...

Hi Ian,

I will try to get them again. Will get them to contract you.

6:52 AM  
Blogger Ian said...

How will they contact me if they dont have my contact details?

Ask them to fix their "contact us" page first please...i dont know why its in spanish...

8:52 PM  
Blogger Ian said...

Their website is still broken...

4:31 AM  
Blogger ghchua said...

Hi Ian,

I have tried contracting them at the moderator's corner section of the forum but did not have any luck so far.

I appreciate your understanding on this matter and will continue to see whether I can get them to fix those problems. It seems that they had not been logging in to sgfunds.com recently.

1:28 AM  
Blogger Ian said...

So, is the website dead, since i see the forums have few recent replies.

5:50 AM  
Blogger ghchua said...

Hi Ian,

I don't think it is dead, just that the administrators had not been logging in lately and there had not been much new topics for discussion.

I still visit the sgfunds.com every now and then to see whether I can post some of my thoughts in some of those topics.

1:57 AM  
Blogger axt said...

Hi ghchua,

Do you have any write up on warrant?

Tks

12:12 AM  
Blogger ghchua said...

Hi axt,

What sort of write up do you wish to have? Basic, intermediate, etc?

There are some resources on SGX website on company warrants. You might wish to visit them:
http://www.sgx.com/wps/wcm/connect/mp_en/site/investor_centre/investor_education/investor_faqs/Alternative+Products/FAQ26

As this is an investment blog, I do not recommend structured warrants as they are speculative. I will only talk about company warrants in my blog.

2:15 AM  
Blogger axt said...

Hi ghchua,

I'm talking about company warrant. Some basic stuff and things to look up for in a company warrant.

Tks.

6:21 PM  
Blogger S.P.Chong said...

Hi,

How do you request for Asiatic Warrant Exercise Form? I can't find anything in their website. Thanks in advance!

6:14 PM  
Blogger ghchua said...

Hi S.P.Chong,

You should call up the warrant agent to request for an exercise form to be sent to you.

You can find the address and telephone numbers of the warrant agents of each listed company warrant here:
http://www.sgx.com/wps/portal/marketplace/mp-en/listed_companies_info/warrant_all-in-one_info

8:44 PM  
Blogger David said...

Hi ghchua,

Do you have to buy the company warrants (in ur cdp) first before sending in the form to exercise? Or does it purchase and exercise it for me when my form is processed?

7:17 AM  
Blogger ghchua said...

Hi David,

Company warrants are normally in my portfolio via:

1. Bonus warrant issues

2. I subcribe for rights issues and they come free with the rights shares.

3. I subscribe for rights issues which are basically rights warrants.

Yes, you need to buy company warrants from the market first (if you don't have them) and then convert those warrants to shares. But I seldom do that because if I find the company attractive, I will just buy the shares.

Do remember that company warrants do have limited lifespan and basically you are just paying an option money and buying time when you acquire them from the market.

9:30 PM  

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