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Exercise Ratio

Exercise ratio - An exercise ratio is the amount of shares that can be distributed for each warrant exercised. A warrant is a certificate, which gives shareholders the right to purchase future shares within the company either for a specific period of time, within a certain amount of years or they may have the right to purchase these new stock shares at any time. Usually there is a price stipulation where the price of the shares would be greater than the market price at the time of issuance. These warrants are a form of derivatives and usually come with a preferred stock or bond. However the stock, which can be purchased at a later date would be common stock. The benefit to the investor would be that if the stock prices increase beyond the warrant price, the investor can sell them and make a profit. Warrants are traded separately as an option on the option exchanges.

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At first I thought why the topic suddenly deviates from the stocks to the exercises. I have not heard about this Exercise ratio before. This is an important aspect right. Thank you so much for sharing this with the readers.

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