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Extremely undervalue. At five time future cash flow, the stock is at least worth 5 dollars.
A beaten down stock with excellent business model which is simple yet effective.
the ceo and mangement team is sharp, and share holder friendly, I think this will prove one of the best buy and holds of the next 10-20 years.
Not just the Gold side of storm gets all the wind. There management did not create this division of the company for a write off. One of the best geologist in the world who is not on Nolan's payroll just bought in and he is on the Gold and silver side. Something shakes when a geologist for his whole life likes a different shade on the energy side and invests in something that is not his specialty, they are very diligent I would pay att. to STTYF.
Here's an interesting one. You don't see very many stocks that are fifty cents per share that are ratable here in CAPS. Sandstorm's business model is to provide financing to small natural resource companies, things like natural gas and metals in exchange for the rights to purchase a percentage if their future production at below market rates.I would call this special situation a jockey play. Sandstorm Metals and Energy's CEO Nolan Watson has already had successful stints at Silver Wheaton and Sandstorm Gold. This is a bet that he can do it again. STTYF already trades at a cheap multiple of cash flow and it will likely get cheaper as other deals come online.I've seen this idea several places over the past year, but the inspiration for this pick was a write-up by Roumell Asset Management.Deej
this company is going to be larger than its big sister in the long run. Base metals and energy is a much larger size than the gold sector.
Seems to be moving generally upwards. Something to keep an eye on, and they seem pretty solid.
going with speedybure on this one
The management at Sandstorm just continues to amaze me...
I'm with Speedy on this one. I fully expect to see a buck a share here in the mid-term.
Those familiar with Silver Wheaton and Sandstorm Gold know these managment teams are truly a shareholders best friend. These same investors may or may not be aware with Sandstorm's sister company which Sandstorm Resources spun off in 2010. The purpose of this is three-fold:1) Create the only 100% gold royalty company - Which should earn Sandstorm Gold a higher multiple.2) Create the first royalty company focused on the entire base metals and energy markets.3) Increase deal flow via doing joint streaming deals whereby one takes gold component of the deal and the other takes the base metals component. While the royalty model and most recently "streaming" are becoming well known within the mining industry, the same can't be said for base metals nor energy,with some exceptions such as Franco-Nevada, but never an entire royalty company. While Sandstorm Gold has and continues to remain one of my top holdings, I would be poorly served by not paying attention to the M&E company.Other than great management and a brilliant business model, Sandstorm Metals and Energy has the added bonus of being the first "streaming" company in both these industries. I could easily see several more companies trying to mimic this model going forward, but given the aggressive growth strategies implemented by Sandstorm M&E, it should remain the largest in this new niche that is starting to develop. Although Sandstorm M&E is earlier in its infancy relative to its brother company, its has already completed several streaming deals, focused on thermal and mettalurgical coal as well as Oil. Thus far, six coal streams, two oil streams and a overall company royalty have been acquired. Going forward Sandstorm mgmt has indicated its desire to complete the first of what will likely be many base metal streams. It also will look to acquire Uranium (royalties), Geothermal, Natural Gas, Copper, Zinc, Lead, Iron-ore, etc. the following is a brief summary of deals completed to date, valuation of its coal and oil streams and the financial capabilities to fund growth going forward.1) Rex - Far and away Sandstorms most lucrative asset in which the NPV of all future cash flows is worth more than the current market cap (more on this later). With cash flow expected towards the end of the year, investors should see a revaluation of the company after the bottom line reflects just how great of an acquisition this truly was. Rex is a Met Coal stream in the U.S, which is expected to produce 450-500k t/y and 2p reserves of >30m tons. In other words, barring a substancial increase in annual production, current reserves dictate a LOM >60 years!! Sandstorm will receive 25% until a pre-determined amt is produced, at which time it will decrease to 16%. Cost per ongoing ton is $75 with a guaranteed payback of 5 yrs.2) Rose Mine - Currently producing Met Coal, Sandstorm currently has a 25% streaming interest which will drop back to 16%. Annual Production is approx 150k tons with on-going cash costs of $75/t. *3) Ikerhd - Production soon to come-online for this thermal coal stream. Like the previous coal streams, Sandstorm will initially have a 25% streaming interest, dropping back to 16%. Estimated production is 320k tons annually @ $55/t. *4) Big Branch + BB extension - Currently producing approx 500k tons of thermal coal annually, which will increase courtesy of the extension to 800k tons annually. Sandstorm currently has an 18% streaming interest, which will fall back to 12% @ $55/t. *5) SID - Advanced development, with completion expected in early 2012. Like Big Branch, Sandsotrm will initially have a 18% streaming interest, which falls back to 12% @$55/t. Annual Production estimated to be 500k tons annually. *6) A 2.7% Royalty on all assets owned by Royal Coal 7) Two Creek (Jurrasic A pool for life of ops, 5 yrs B pool) - Enhanced Oil Recovery with guaranteed pay back. Sandstorm will recieve 25% of all Oil, nat gas & NGL produced foe the life of asset @ $15/bbl, $1/mcf, $8/ngl. **8) Strathmore - 15% of all oil, nat gas and nat gas liquids produced @ $15/bbl , $1.00/mcf and $8/ngl for life of asset.**9) Bracemac-Mcleod – 17.5% of all copper produced for the life of mine @$.80 cents until 16mlbs have been delivered, increasing to $1.05 thereafter. Although this was negotiated by Donner Metals (DONFF.PK) (who has a 35% interest in the company), Xstrata (the operator) agreed to the arrangement which essentially is 50% of Donner’s attributable production. Sandstorm absolutely stole this stream, commencing production in 2013. Current estimates are for 24m lbs in 2013, 16m lbs in 2014, 21m lbs in 2015 & 2016. Although current 2p reserves will only support a 4 year mine life, the actual life of this project is likely well in excess of 10 years. M&I reserves are substantial additional resource updates to come. Sandstorm was able to steal this stream as Donner was financially over extended and did not want to engage in equity dilution. At current spot price, payback of $20 million will be achieved in the first two years. While Donner has the option to repurchase half this stream for 24 months, it seems unlikely as it will cost them 14 million. If this should occur, however, Sandstorm would have acquired an 8.75% stream for just $6 million.10) Gordon Creek – Sandstorm Metals and Energy also announced the $25m acquisition of a 35% natural gas stream from Thunderbird Energy (TBDYF.PK). While current production estimates are only projected for the first year of operation (2014) - 2Bcf @ $1/mcf and 20% of the market price above $4/mcf.http://seekingalpha.com/article/281150-sandstorm-it-just-keeps-getting-better - Complete article and valuation* - Guaranteed paypack within 5 years ** - Subject to buydown right of 50% of stream (Two Creek - 12.5%) (Strathmore - 7.5%).
All aboard the Speedy train. Buy and hold this one...Same deal with their gold counterpart.
SOLID management; this company will make you money
Sandstorm's a brewing
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