Warrants are not often exercised

Explain: warrants are not often exercised unless the time to maturity is small.




Warrants are not often exercised until the time to expiration is very small since the market price of the warrant is larger than the exercise value. So the warrant holder will sell it in the secondary market rather than exercising it if he/she wanted to cash in.

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