Frank Curzio's WALL STREET UNPLUGGED Podcast

One of the Best Business Models in the World

Sandstorm Gold

Welcome back!

On this episode of Wall Street Unplugged, I’m joined by one of the most brilliant minds in the royalty industry, Nolan Watson. Nolan is the former CFO of Silver Wheaton and current CEO & President of Sandstorm Gold (SAND).

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Nolan starts off the interview by explaining how he works in one of the most unique, low-risk business models out there. He shows us why one of the worst periods in the resource sector, 2012-2015, has turned into a ‘game-changer’ for his company.

You see, Sandstorm Gold is not a miner. It is a highly profitable royalty and streaming company. Companies like his know how to take advantage of the market in ANY condition, regardless of the price of gold.

Listen in as Nolan explains how the company has added over 100 streams and royalties just over the past 24 months! He then reveals Sandstorm’s strong position looking forward… an outlook investors don’t want to miss.

PS – Stay tuned for this week’s Educational Segment [42:39] as I talk about one of the most popular companies in the world — Twitter. The learning never stops! I’ll be showing you the numbers analyst aren’t talking about…

Links & Resources

  • Stay connected with Nolan Watson and his company, SandStorm Gold Ltd., here
  • Article on Nike removing “Future Order’s” from financial statements

Stocks Mentioned

  • Twitter (TWTR)
  • SandStorm Gold Ltd. (SAND)
  • Nike (NKE)
  • Under Armor (UA)
  • Adidas (ADDYY)
  • McEwen Mining (MUX)
  • Yamana Gold (AUY)
  • Silver Wheaton (SLW)



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