Future Equinox deal

By jbnaples, November 20, 2017

I’d like to have some exposure to the upcoming (EQX.V) deal so my question is what’s the best way to do this ahead of the deal.
I can’t buy on the Canada Ventures through my Scottrade account.
If I was to invest in TREK (LWLCF) would those shares automatically turn into EQX when they are acquired and if so how would that work out if EQX isn’t listed in the US on the OTC or pinks. Any suggestions on how to navigate this would be helpful.
I will admit that I tried Interactive Brokers for a while but it was a bit intimidating for an armature investor like myself.
I have some other small miners I like but I can’t buy them through my Scottrade acct. or they are so illiquid I’d have trouble selling them when that time comes.
Are there other brokers who will give me opportunity to buy on the Canadian exchange especially the Ventures? Thank you for any thoughts and your help.JB

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Owning any of the three stocks that will combine to create Equinox will leave you with Equinox shares in the end, or you can just buy them on the open market once the deal is closed (expected to be in the next few weeks sometime, I don’t remember the date). That includes either TREK.V or LWLCF if you want to own the largest participant in the deal, but the price of the three stocks will vary slightly so on some days it may be cheaper to buy NewCastle Gold (NCA.TO, CTMQF) or Anfield Gold (ANF.V). Trek Mining is the most… Read more »

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