Back when TVs were in black and white, computers didn’t exist for personal use. There was no Internet, no cellular phones, no electric cars, no private space missions, and not even low-cost airlines. There was a British group from Liverpool virtually nobody believed in.
The Beatles went on to reach world fame in just a few years, but John Lennon was assassinated and Paul McCartney became the most famous member of the band that changed rock music for good!
McCartney’s career spans over 50 years, but most people don’t understand that McCartney is actually a businessman way more than he is a signer or a bass player.
Ringo Starr and George Harrison are far less wealthy than Paul is. Why?
The reason is that McCartney earns (get ready for this) nearly $6M per month, equal to nearly $200,000 a day or $10,000 per hour!
He owns a portfolio of songs and the publishing copyrights of artists like Buddy Holly and Carl Perkins. Song royalties alone contribute tens of millions to his wealth.
For example, he wrote the lyrics, music, and played all the instruments on “Wonderful Christmastime.” But more importantly, he kept his rights to all the royalties. This one song, released in 1979, has earned McCartney roughly $15 million. It continues to generate $400,000 to $600,000 for McCartney every year.
What’s my point?
Royalties go on forever if the product they are attached to keeps generating value!
You buy a royalty once and the stream goes on in perpetuity, which makes royalties a phenomenal and predictable source of income that requires very little ongoing maintenance.
If Paul McCartney wanted to, he could sell these rights to someone who wasn’t even born in the time of the Beatles and they would enjoy the fruits of the labor that the Beatles members and their team created in the 1960s and 1970s!
The royalties model works great in music, but you and I can’t access it since it’s a private market, not the public stock market. We can’t just buy a few shares of Beatles Corporation and instantly become part of the riches it produces, but we can do something else that’s just as amazing, in my opinion!
The royalties model has been executed to perfection in gold mining, and gold royalty companies have returned as much as 36% per year, which is double the compounded rate of return of Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway, a rate of return that has made him the richest man in the world for many years.
What I did is find the highest-growth gold royalty company in the world right now!
I think this could be the most important alert I’ve issued in 2021, and you need to take a serious look at Gold Royalty Corp (NYSE: GROY)!
What is absolutely astonishing about this company is what I call the golden trinity of catalysts, the trifecta of success that might propel it onwards and upwards!
The trifecta is:
- Billionaire luminary investor Eric Sprott
- GoldMining Inc. and its involvement, including Mr. David Garofalo and Ian Telfer
- Founder Amir Adnani
The company owns 5 royalties that are already producing cash flow, and they are developing DOZENS of others!
Now, here’s the punch!
Because Gold Royalty owns the rights to the project, they don’t spend funds on the development or take on any operational risks. Their business model is as follows:
- Make an initial outlay into the project (they lend the operator money or sell them the property and retain a royalty interest)
- They wait for the operator to develop it into a gold mine, pun intended
- They earn a fixed royalty for the life of the mine, no questions asked!
Look at the world-class companies that own these projects. This is critical since it boosts confidence that these future projects will be mined and managed properly!
These are the biggest mining companies in the world! An analogy would be the difference between owning a royalty on a Beatles song compared with your school band. Which has a better chance of generating fees for decades to come?
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Secondly, billionaire Eric Sprott is a big shareholder.
You need to look at his track record!
Understand that Eric Sprott’s involvement doesn’t guarantee anything, but he is one of the best gold investors of all time and a significant shareholder of the company.
Next, I want to look at the people running this company that are in charge of making sure GROY continues collecting revenues, finds new royalties, and continues merging and growing!
Focus on these names: David Garofalo, the former CEO of Goldcorp, the world’s largest gold company, and Ian Telfer, who literally founded some of the best gold companies ever!
This is like having people like Eminem or Beyonce looking to form a new group or joining your small group and helping turn it into an empire.
Shares are up 48% this year already, and I expect to hear much more from them!
Research this company now!
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