World’s Top Mining Investors Turn To Metal “Royalties” To Cash In On Next Gold Rush

The True Story Of How A Tiny Company’s Shares Soared 110,000% By Leveraging Small Stakes The World’s Largest Gold Mines

Why Metal “Royalty” Agreements Are The Hottest And Most Lucrative Assets In Mining Today

How Elemental Royalties (TSXV:ELE / US:ELMNF), A Ground-Floor Royalty Company, Took Advantage Of A Gold Bear Market To Snap Up Metal “Royalties”

And How It’s Using Them To TRIPLE Its Mining Business In 2021

Dear Reader

The most successful mining stock of the last thirty years does not mine a single ounce of gold, copper, or any other metal. 

Instead, it owns small stakes in some of the world’s largest mines called “royalties.”

These royalties require the mining company to pay the royalty holder a tiny percentage of revenues from the mining operations each quarter. 

As metal prices rise, these royalties can rapidly increase in value. 

Royal Gold (NASDAQ:RGLD) has been buying up royalties on gold and metals mining companies around the world for decades.

It started back in 1991 when, after adjusting for splits, Royal Gold had a market cap of about $7 million.

The steady accumulation of royalty agreements has propelled Royal Gold into a mining giant today though. 

Royal Gold received more than $490 million in revenue last year and it has a market cap of more than $7 BILLION today.

Royal Gold’s rise since 1991 makes it the most successful mining company of the past 30 years. 

It took advantage of the major up and down cycles in mining to deliver 110,000% returns to early investors.