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With an election only months away, I am certain that the Fed will cut interest rates in the coming months.

The market is anticipating that as well, of course, and it is the main driver of the lofty stock prices (mainly for tech stocks) that we see today.

Unfortunately, that is going to further erode the fiat currencies, like our precious dollars! 

That’s why central banks are buying gold hand over fist. They understand gold is a real store of value, and they know better than anyone how fiat currencies are being undermined.

If you have followed me for any length of time you know that I’m a big fan of gold.

I don’t own any crypto, but I’ve held physical gold for about 20 years now.

Over the years, I have learned to “buy the dips,” and we are seeing one of those opportunities right now…

But as you know, I’m always in search of outsized gains, and even though physical gold has done well — its spot price is up about 8 percent from a year ago, and still flirting with the all-time high it set in December — I’m especially interested in gold stocks right now…

When people think of gold stocks, it’s the mining stocks that usually come to mind. 

And if you check the major indexes — like the benchmark VanEck Gold Miners ETF (GDX) — it’s actually down over the past year, despite gold’s rise.

That’s because even though the gold these companies mine has gone up in value, the cost of extracting it has gone way up. In other words, these companies’ bottom-line profits are being held down by inflation itself.

But what if there was a business model that depended only on the top-line revenue of these miners? A model that profited from rising gold prices while dodging inflationary extraction costs?

It turns out there is such a model: gold royalties

Within that space, three major companies together represent 80 percent of the value of all gold royalties.

Frankly, I don’t think their bloated stocks — which are trading at huge multiples — have much upside left.

That’s why my eye is on one company that stands out as a prime opportunity. Here’s the one stock I think you should focus on today:

Gold Royalty Corp (NYSE: GROY)

This is a company that’s small enough to still grow meaningfully, but established enough that we can see what they’ve got going.

Let’s dive in…

Exposure and protection

As its name suggests, gold royalties are the core of GROY’s business…

Since the company’s IPO in March 2021, it has gone from 18 royalties to over 245 today — an over 13.5x increase in less than three years.

In case you aren’t familiar, here’s how a gold royalty works…

A company such as GROY provides up-front capital to a mining company in exchange for a fixed percentage of that company’s top-line revenue.

That up-front capital is not a loan; it’s a one-time investment in exchange for a perpetual royalty.

The royalty is calculated by taking the ounces of gold the mine produces, multiplying it by the gold price, and multiplying the product by an agreed percentage — typically between 1% and 3%.

As you can see, this means a royalty company such as GROY gets exposure to current gold prices but protection from rising capital- or operating-costs due to inflation or anything else.

In an environment of entrenched inflation and rising gold prices, this is an incredibly appealing prospect.

On top of that, royalty companies benefit from the upside of mining exploration and expansions without direct financial exposure to the associated risks.

This means GROY has royalties not only on known reserves in the ground, but of future ones to be discovered.

GROY also benefits from diversification. As mentioned, its portfolio has more than 245 royalties, and those span more than 80 operators. These are all in mining-friendly jurisdictions in the Americas.

You can find the full list of royalties and operators on the company’s website here.

As you can see, GROY has royalties in projects at all stages of production — ranging from exploration to fully cash flowing:

Source: Corporate presentation.


I love this approach because this mix gives investors exposure to cash-flowing assets with future upside potential as well as up-and-coming projects with the potential to be cash flowing in the future. 

In other words, it’s a good blend of low and high risk ventures.

Of course, the key to this business model is knowing which ventures to choose, and that’s where GROY’s leadership team comes in…

Board and management

At the helm of Gold Royalty Corp is 34-year industry veteran David Garofalo.

Before becoming CEO of GROY, David was president and CEO of Goldcorp Inc., one of the top three gold producers in the world before it merged in 2019 with the second-largest producer, Newmont Mining Corporation, thus creating the world’s largest gold miner.

(You can read about Goldcorp’s impressive track record here.)

As David explains in this interview with Robert Kiyosaki of Rich Dad Poor Dad fame, he pivoted from 34 years of building and operating mines to running a royalty company specifically because he saw the stars aligning in the royalty space.

He also points out that his team at GROY has over 400 combined years of industry experience…

That gives them the know-how to identify worthwhile projects, as well as the contacts to get their feet in the door.

As David says, “I know everyone in this space. It’s a small industry especially once you’re in it for 30 years.”

Going forward

From everything I have read, GROY’s prospects for the future look stellar.

As David points out in this video, their operation could grow to 10x its current size with the same team. He says this means every dollar of revenue growth goes straight to the bottom line and increases the potential to extend value to shareholders.

These high margins no doubt contribute to an announcement he just made in a presentation at the 2024 Vancouver Resource Investment Conference that GROY is “pivoting for the first time into free cash flow positive this year.”

Source: Corporate presentation.


It’s no surprise that analysts are upbeat about the company, with an average one-year price target nearly 150% higher than its current valuation…

I think it will take quite some time before the gold spot price makes a move like that.

Nothing is guaranteed in the markets, of course, and every investment carries risk.

Do yourself a favor and see whether GROY meets your risk profile. 

I recommend starting with David Garofalo’s recent presentation I mentioned above, as well as this information-packed video that features him.

I also found the company’s corporate presentation very informative…

And of course, be sure to study the GROY chart.

I’ll be eager to hear what you think!

To Your Success,

Jeff Bishop


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