The crisis in Ukraine has only added fuel to the inflationary fire. Among the major drivers of price inflation are supply-chain problems, which are global because the products that people buy every day aren’t usually locally sourced.
The world counted on Russia and Ukraine to supply essential commodities, but now these supply channels are either cut off, reduced, or under threat of being shut down at any given moment. The dollar’s rapid deterioration isn’t great for the American consumer, but it’s bound to be a long-term tailwind for a select group of commodities.
Central banks, institutional investors, and retail traders are turning to gold as a crisis hedge as well as an inflation-resistant store of wealth. The experts are also saying that the Federal Reserve has reached peak hawkishness, which will be good for gold.
At the same time, many nations are scrambling to find alternative energy sources as Russia has already cut off natural gas supplies to two countries and has threatened further supply disruptions. Meanwhile, the European Union is preparing to stop buying oil from Russia and transition to cleaner power sources – and nuclear power is among the cleanest energy sources of all.
The U.S. government has also committed to developing the nation’s nuclear power in order to firm up America’s energy security. This means that uranium will be in high demand for years – and although the spot price has rallied this year, there’s still a lot of runway left in the uranium price due to a serious supply and demand imbalance.
Tying the gold and uranium markets together is one commodities-market luminary who’s known for building businesses from the ground up. He is Mr. Amir Adnani, an entrepreneur with a background in business development and marketing, as well as a leading investment advisory publisher and a renowned mining industry entrepreneur and executive.
Mr. Adnani founded not just one, but four mining businesses that are all poised to profit from the secular bull market in gold and uranium. Each company is unique, but they all have Adnani’s stamp of approval and will certainly benefit from his vast expertise and know-how.
GoldMining Inc. (TSX: GOLD & US:GLDG) is among Amir Adnani’s high-conviction businesses, with its portfolio of large, highly prospective gold and copper projects, all located in mining-friendly jurisdictions in the Americas.
With 16.2 million inferred resource ounces, GoldMining Inc. has some of the Americas’ most mineral-rich assets. The company also has a strong financial platform, with $106 million in cash and equity holdings – more than enough to maintain and advance GoldMining Inc.’s portfolio.
As you can see, it’s called GoldMining Inc. for a good reason. Sure, the company offers exposure to the copper and silver markets – and 16.8 million inferred silver ounces is certainly considerable – but GoldMining Inc.’s 13.5 million inferred gold ounces puts the company in a prime position to benefit from the coming commodities boom.
While GoldMining Inc. controls a diverse array of resource-rich assets, one of the company’s best-known projects is known as Whistler. This is a gold-copper project with meaningful scale: a property area of roughly 42,000 acres, with 2.99 million gold-equivalent ounces (measured and indicated) and 6.45 million gold-equivalent ounces (inferred).
The Whistler project is located in Alaska, which is known to be mining-friendly and easy to access. Charter flights are available from Anchorage to an all-season airstrip, and there’s an existing ice road for access, with further development potential through the Roads to Resources Program.
Exploration permitting at the Whistler project is straightforward, and the project is close to a skilled workforce in Anchorage and is supported by regional Native Corps. 70,000 meters of diamond drilling has already been completed at the site, and there’s a strong potential for high-grade epithermal mineralization at Whistler.
And of course, there’s high prospectivity for gold discovery at the Whistler project. Targets for expansion include Raintree West (435.2 m @ 0.72 g/t of gold), Raintree East (90 m @ 0.42 g/t of gold), and Rainmaker (167 m @ 0.47 g/t of gold).
Also in the gold sector – but with a different and equally intriguing business model – is a business that Amir Adnani founded, called Gold Royalty Inc. (US:GROY). This company achieves reduced volatility through diversification: By investing in precious metals interests across a spectrum of geographies, Gold Royalty Inc. reduces its dependence on any one asset, project or location.
The company’s royalty model allows Gold Royalty Inc. to offer the shareholders exposure to rising commodity prices, while avoiding development or sustaining capital costs. Besides, they also have enhanced protection from cost inflation, as royalty companies are known to provide top-line exposure and strong returns over time:
It’s a time-tested business model, and Gold Royalty Inc. is a commodities-focused company with staying power. Gold Royalty Inc. utilizes a cost-efficient business model by operating with a small but highly experienced team, and by calling upon third-party resources to supplement the company’s skill set, thereby allowing Gold Royalty Inc. to maintain a high degree of flexibility in cost structure.
The timeline shows that Gold Royalty Inc. is achieving its stated objectives quickly and ahead of schedule:
- March 2021: Gold Royalty IPOs on the NYSE, raising US$90 million
- June 2021: Ely Gold Royalty acquired for roughly US$205 million
- November 2021: Abitibi Royalties acquired for around US$135 million
- November 2021: Golden Valley Mines and Royalties acquired for approximately US$135 million
- March 2022: Acquired royalties on the Beaufor Mine and Côté Gold Project
Amazingly, Gold Royalty Inc. has a balanced portfolio of 195 royalties across cash-flowing development and exploration assets. The company’s cornerstone royalties reside on three of North America’s largest gold mines: the Canadian Malartic, Côté, and the underground extension of Goldstrike.
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Other highlights include Gold Royalty Inc.’s strong balance sheet of roughly $45 million of available liquidity, and no debt whatsoever. Plus, Gold Royalty Inc. features an industry-leading revenue growth profile over the next three years of around 60% – and on top of all that, the company has instituted a quarterly dividend that’s set to grow in line with Gold Royalty Inc.’s portfolio cash flow.
Along with these two premier gold-focused companies, Amir Adnani is also the founder of two businesses involved in the uranium sector. As the uranium price moves higher, both of these companies are expected to provide outstanding value to the shareholders.
First of all, there’s the world-famous Uranium Energy Corp. (US:UEC), which is America’s leading uranium mining business, hands down. Offering production-ready, low-cost ISR mining – and the largest resource base of fully permitted ISR projects of any U.S.-based producer – Uranium Energy Corp. is miles ahead of the competition in this high-potential niche market.
Talk about a pure play in the uranium industry – Uranium Energy Corp. is un-hedged, with no contracts at pre-set prices. The company and its stock are the most highly leveraged to uranium’s price compared to all other uranium miners globally.
The company’s investment highlights indicate a deep-value opportunity right now:
- U.S. production at a time of geopolitical uncertainty
- $200 million of NPV in non-core assets in Arizona and Colorado (based on independent PEA reports)
- District-scale ISR projects in Paraguay with $50 million of previous exploration acquired
- 5 ISR projects in Texas, with two fully permitted and a third (Burke Hollow) in advanced stage permitting
- Fully permitted to produce 4 million pounds of U3O8 per year in Texas and Wyoming
- Infrastructure advantage with Hobson Plant and Reno Creek location
- Strengthening ISR portfolio with acquisition of fully licensed Reno Creek Project now complete
And, in a development that could only be described as game changing, Uranium Energy Corp. has acquired Uranium One Americas for $112 million in cash, thereby cementing its status as America’s leading uranium mining company.
With this value-enhancing transaction, Uranium Energy Corp. literally doubled its production capacity by total number of U.S. ISR projects, resources, and processing infrastructure. Furthermore, the Uranium One Americas acquisition adds to Uranium Energy Corp.’s land assets around 100,000 acres across Wyoming’s prolific Power River and Great Divide Basins.
Now, you already know that Amir Adnani is a master of the royalty business model, as he has proven with Gold Royalty Inc. Yet, Mr. Adnani is also leveraging his expertise in royalty revenue generation in the nuclear energy sector, though a company called Uranium Royalty Corp. (TSX-V:URC, US:UROY).
This is truly the first and only pure-play uranium royalty company, and its first-mover advantage allows Uranium Royalty Corp. to leverage a successful royalty and streaming business model exclusively to the uranium sector.
Once again, this business model allows for de-risked commodities market exposure through a geographically diversified minerals portfolio. In particular, Uranium Royalty Corp.’s portfolio includes interests on 15 development, advanced, permitted and past-producing uranium projects in multiple jurisdictions, including royalties on the world-class McArthur River and Cigar Lake mines.
And, as you would expect, Mr. Amir Adnani adds his expertise as Chairman of the Board. Overall, Uranium Royalty Corp.’s management and board possess decades of uranium industry experience, including senior executive and advisory roles to prominent companies and governments in the sector.
Moreover, Uranium Royalty Corp.’s counterparties and operators include many of the sector’s leading growth-oriented uranium companies: Uranium Energy Corp., Cameco, Rio Tinto, and Paladin are some that uranium-market experts will certainly recognize.
For Uranium Royalty Corp., the name of the game is strategic assets secured at a low cost. Specifically, the company has increased its total physical uranium concentrate inventory to a jaw-dropping 1,548,068 pounds at a weighted average cost of US$42.20 per pound.
If you can believe it, Uranium Royalty Corp.’s uranium interests comprise approximately US$82.05 million in market value at $53/lb spot price as of Apr 29, 2022 (roughly US$16.7 million in net realizable value since the date of acquisition).
Plus, Uranium Royalty Corp. is locking in low prices – and a whole lot of high-demand uranium – as the company recently entered into a Supply Stream Agreement with CGN Global Uranium Limited to purchase 500,000 pounds of U308 for delivery at Cameco from 2023 through 2025 at a weighted average price of $47.71 per pound (fixed prices and delivery dates).
For the gold and uranium markets, the fundamentals continue to improve with a widening imbalance between supply and demand for these minerals. With four premier companies and decades of deep industry experience, Mr. Amir Adnani is bringing investors the best that the gold and uranium industries have to offer today.
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