Can't see much difference between this presentation and the one released just previous. Some minor corrections, the pages are ordered differently, and they deleted the percentage revenue (in gold) chart compared to Royal and Franco Nevada.
Fantastic. It's good to be in a company that keeps investors informed of its progress with easy-to-understand charts and metrics, especially in a bear market. Perhaps we can look forward to a new presentation now after every new deal.
Take a look at the chart on page 12, if you want to see how undervalued SNDXF is relative to its peers. (35% below Royal, 42% below Franco Nevada, and a whopping 55% below Silver Wheaton!) Considering Sandstorm's management, I can't see any reasonable explanation for this other than its smaller size and lower visibility, something we can be sure will correct itself in time, irrespective of the POG and other share price drivers.
Relisting should be a major catalyst, as it will open the market up to a lot of big players currently forced to sit on their hands and watch Sandstorm grow.
I am not a trader in any way- i do have a small brokerage account for my own money to purchase when i see something that sounds interesting-my money is in a managed account for long term and good thing-this market is not the market of years ago. one question, i read abou this company and from what i read, it seems like a no lose premise-they are like investors, who buy into operating mines in return, get gold at an agreed upon price_which is far lower than current prices-simple understanding, but am i correct? i also see the mgmt. seems to have some pretty sophisticated people fro the industry. so..in the simplest terms- how can things not go well? any and all info would be really appreciated. I have lost enough money on companies that were seemingly doing very well-financially very sound, increased revenues, and profits, and still----prices go down. i would love to hear from someone who knows about this company. thanks lydia