UK Warrants.com carries some current issues of covered warrants. As
you will see from the website, you can select warrants utilizing
different criteria from the drop-down menu, and you can even be
informed of new issues via email if you'd like
"A drop down menu is now available to enable users to search for a new
issue on a specific underlying. It is also possible to find out the
new issues over different periods from either today, 1 week, 1 month,
3 months, 6 months, 2 years or 4 years. This information is available
by selecting the underlying and the period of time from the drop down
Some examples of live warrants currently on the site:
23 Nov 2006 Commodities ALUMINIUM, GOLD, GSCIAER, PLATINUM, SILVER
13 Nov 2006 Dow Jones, NASDAQ-100 & Nikkei 225 DOW JONES, NASDAQ 100,
NIKKEI 225 http://uk.warrants.com/admins/files/flp/warrant/uk/files/1310.pdf
31 Oct 2006 FTSE 100, ANGLO AMERICAN, DJ EUROSTOXX 50 ANGLO AMER, DJ
EUROSTOXX 50, FTSE 100
About Covered Warrants
Covered warrants are considered risky investments. You might want to
read a bit more about them by utilizing the following tutorial:
Incademy has another excellent online overview of covered warrants
"Covered warrants are exciting and have many advantages over other
forms of investment. However, it must be said that the mechanics that
allow for spectacular gains, can also allow spectacular losses. Price
movements for warrants can be very large - and very quick. So, extra
care is needed when trading these warrants.
2. What are covered warrants?
3. Comparison between corporate warrants and covered warrants
Keep going through all 27 pages!!!
Hopefully, you won't have to worry about a drop in house prices too
much in your area of the UK. And if they do drop, it is always fair to
assume that by the time you decide to sell your house, the real estate
market will have corrected itself and gone back up in value once
again. I certainly understand, though, because I am in the same boat
at this point!
The latest news is quite encouraging!
U.K. House Prices Increased in November, HBOS Says," By Jennifer Ryan
and Craig Stirling. 12/7/2006
A good site for following UK housing price trends is House Price Crash!
Don't do anything too speculative unless you can afford to risk the
money you invest. Since you don't have to sell your house now, and it
is highly possibly that your house might continue to increase in value
over the next few years, be very sure about your investment strategy.
Best of luck!
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