Piggyback Warrants

DEFINITION of 'Piggyback Warrants'

Additional warrants that are acquired following the exercise of primary warrants.

BREAKING DOWN 'Piggyback Warrants'

Piggyback warrants are a type of sweetener and can prompt additional investment in a company.

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RELATED FAQS
  1. Are warrants more desirable than options?

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  2. Can warrants be written on any security?

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  3. I own some stock warrants. How do I exercise them?

    Typically, stock warrants are derivative instruments added to new issues of stocks or bonds to make these issues more attractive. ... Read Answer >>
  4. Are warrants traded by brokers?

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  5. Why should investors consider the fully diluted share amount?

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