Gold Royalty Corp.: Recent Developments Improve Long-Term Outlook

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  • Gold Royalty Corp. continues to see positive developments across its portfolio, including the potential consolidation of Canadian Malartic, and phenomenal drill intercepts out of Granite Creek Underground.
  • Assuming Fenelon, REN, Railroad-Pinion, and Granite Creek Open Pit head into production, Gold Royalty Corp. will see significant growth in revenue and cash flow over the coming years.
  • Given GRC's industry-leading jurisdictional profile among royalty/streaming companies combined with strong operators at future producing assets, I would view pullbacks below US$2.13 to provide buying opportunities.
An open-pit mine

Claude Laprise

Just over two months ago, I wrote on Gold Royalty Corp. (NYSE:GROY), noting that positive developments outweighed the negatives and that any pullbacks below US$2.20 would offer buying opportunities. The stock headed into this buy zone in late September

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