Bringing gold royalty riches to retail investors

By Patricia Miller


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Gold Royalty Corp is a rapidly growing precious metals royalty company with a stellar...


Gold Royalty Corp is a rapidly growing precious metals royalty company with a stellar team of mining moguls at the helm. It offers a rewarding opportunity to invest in a top 10 precious metal and royalty company while still outrageously undervalued. You can be sure this newly merged entity won’t remain a little-known secret for long.

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Why you should consider investing

  1. A license to print money
    Gold Royalty Corp is following a tried and tested wealth generation model with a fresh approach guided by the industry’s brightest minds.

  2. Backed by top mining sector billionaires
    Gold Royalty Corp is backed by the most successful and experienced billionaires in the sector, including founders of GoldCorp and Sprott.

  3. Impressive M&A trajectory
    Gold Royalty Corp recently snapped up 3 hot royalty companies and has countless opportunities for persistent growth in its sights.

  4. Legendary management team
    Gold Royalty Corp’s team are exceptionally well connected and experienced in the mining world. They’re confident they can grow the stock by multiples.

  5. Strong asset base
    Gold Royalty Corp has a massive asset base of exploration, development and currently producing precious metals royalties.

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Attracting the original industry magnates

Royalties are a unique business proposition. It’s a lucrative, low-risk sector bringing steady cash flow to those involved. And who would know more about the money-spinning potential to be unlocked than the industry legends themselves? The big names backing this venture are HUGE in the precious metals industry.

Their prestige and prominence alone are enough to give investors confidence – because they know a good thing when they see it. Eric Sprott’s name is synonymous with gold mining investment opportunities, and Ian Telfer is the former Chairman of Goldcorp, and founder of Wheaton River, Wheaton Precious Metals and Uranium One.

Then there’s Rob McEwen, founder of Goldcorp, Rick Rule, Eric Sprott’s protégé and successor, Warren Gilman, co-founder of CIBC’s Global Mining Group, and multi-billionaire Jimmy Lee. Altogether this is a knockout team, and their powerful conviction lends pots of credibility to the royalty game.

But it’s not just the might of these incredible shareholders lending weight to the story. The management team is equally impressive. David Garofalo and his colleagues are exceptionally well regarded and interconnected throughout the worlds of mining and banking, meaning the sky’s the limit when it comes to valuation multiples.

Rapid M&A action

Let’s get down to business! There’s no messing around with this lot. Hot on the heels of its $90m March IPO, the Gold Royalty Corp team has been snapping up money-spinning acquisitions. Signing on the dotted line not once, but THREE times!

Thanks to Sprott and Co’s backing, Gold Royalty Corp acquired three separate royalty companies alongside a strategic stake in a fourth business. This let them hit the ground running with an immense asset base of exploration, development, and currently producing precious metals royalties.

Straight out the gate, Gold Royalty Corp has been able to add exponential value to its asset base. Indeed, Gold Royalty Corp can easily boast a far superior hoard of royalties than any in its peer group. Better still, it’s operating in some of the safest jurisdictions the mining world could offer. Every single royalty has the potential to generate millions of dollars in cash flow.

The number one reason royalty stocks make such an attractive investment is their extensive cash flow diversification. The royalty company can draw funds from several sources rather than a single mining company pinning all its hopes on a single asset.

This is precisely why it’s so appealing to institutional investors. And they are willing to pay hefty premiums for a piece of the action. Stability and diversification are key to a strong portfolio and Gold Royalty Corp offer both.

At current gold prices and 300,000 ounces per year, a single asset could generate $10 million per year in cash flow. And Gold Royalty Corp has more than three of them straight off the bat. That explains why so many of the world’s biggest funds are taking an interest – and so should you!

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