http://www.goldenpredator.com/http://www.goldenpredator.com/documents/Americas-Bullion-Roy...pg. 9, 15Janurary 2013http://www.goldenpredator.com/documents/GPD-Corporate-PPT-Ja...January 2013http://www.marketwatch.com/story/golden-predator-silver-pred...1/30/13Golden Predator, Silver Predator and Redtail Metals Sign Exploration Agreement with the Kaska NationAbout Golden Predator Corp. Golden Predator Corp. announced on January 18, 2013 a planned change of name to Gold Bullion Royalty Corp., in order to focus entirely on royalty and streaming by building on its existing portfolio of 34 projects. The company's wholly owned subsidiary Golden Predator Canada Corp. will continue to advance the Brewery Creek Project as a separate entity to be divested to shareholders by spin-out or similar transaction. Golden Predator Corp., Yukon's Gold Company, is mandated to become the Yukon's next gold producer by advancing its 100% owned Brewery Creek Project with a production goal of 2014. Golden Predator has one of the largest controlled land positions in the Yukon, with exploration holdings in excess of 1 million acres, and is committed to strong relationships with First Nations and local communities. About Redtail Metals Corp. Redtail Metals specializes in advancing quality precious metal enriched copper, lead and zinc mineral deposits in Yukon, Canada. The Company currently controls the R15 Project in the Finlayson Lake District plus the Marg and Clear Lake massive sulfide deposits, both with 43-101 compliant mineral resources. About Silver Predator Corp. Silver Predator's corporate mandate is to advance commercially viable silver resources in the leading US silver districts of Nevada, Idaho and Alaska, with a developing portfolio in Yukon, Canada. **Golden Predator Corp. (GPRXF)http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/golden-predator-anno...1/18/13Golden Predator Announces Name Change to Gold Bullion Royalty Corp; Brewery Creek and Exploration Projects to be Divested to ShareholdersWHITEHORSE, YT, Jan. 18, 2013 /PRNewswire/ - Golden Predator Corp. (TSX: GPD) (the "Company") announces that it is changing the Company's name to Gold Bullion Royalty Corp. Gold Bullion Royalty Corp., focused entirely on royalty creation, intends to build on its existing portfolio of 34 projects to increase revenue and provide lower risk exposure to shareholders through a variety of gold and silver projects in which it will retain a royalty, metal stream or other interest. The Company plans to divest Golden Predator Canada Corp. which will continue to advance the Brewery Creek Project as well as a number of other significant properties across the Yukon. This proposed segregation of its two main business components, by spin-out or other mechanism, is designed to maximize shareholder value by allowing the market to independently value two very different businesses. This process is expected to occur by means of a plan of arrangement, dividend or other suitable method such that the shareholders as of the record date for the transaction will own both entities. The exact form and structure of this transaction will be determined following receipt of appropriate tax and legal advice. Management is confident that splitting these two business units into separate, independently staffed, entities will provide for increased efficiency, visibility, analysis and recognition of asset values which will ultimately provide superior returns for our shareholders.About Gold Bullion Royalty Corp. The Company's existing portfolio is highlighted by Gross Proceeds Royalties on Midway Gold's Pan and Gold Rock deposits, a 4% Gross Proceeds Royalty on the DTR property at Barrick's Bald Mountain Mine, and a 1% Gross Proceeds Royalty on over 30 square miles held by Barrick in an area between and around the Bald Mountain and Alligator Ridge mines. In addition, the Company holds a 2% Net Smelter Return on the Taylor Silver project which is being advanced by Silver Predator Corp. The Company controls a royalty package of 34 North America properties, most of which are owned by Gold Bullion Royalty Corp. and under lease to a variety of companies including Evolving Gold, Orsa Ventures, Columbus Gold , Mt. Hamilton Area Joint Venture (Solitario Exploration & Royalty Corp. and Ely Gold & Minerals Corp.), and others. The royalty portfolio also includes several deeded royalties covering projects of McEwen Mining Inc., NV Gold Corporation, and Silver Scott Mines, Inc. The entire package comprises more than 100,000 acres located primarily in Nevada, with 7 of the projects located in Wyoming, Oregon, California and Mexico. In 2012, the royalty packages generated $799,762 in revenue. Royalty revenue is anticipated to experience acceleration as early as 2014 as several of these projects begin to advance. Gold Bullion Royalty Corp.'s royalty portfolio remains unique in the mineral development industry due to its ability to receive the majority of projected revenues in-kind (gold bullion as opposed to cash). The core of the portfolio was acquired from the Lyle F. Campbell Trust; Lyle having been a very successful and acknowledged prospector and pioneer of the Carlin Trend in Nevada. None of the principal royalty projects are subject to any reductions or buy-back provisions. The Company plans to augment the existing portfolio through further royalty and or metal streaming opportunities. The Board of Directors has initiated recruitment efforts for key executive and technical positions. About Golden Predator Canada Corp Golden Predator Canada Corp. will remain the Yukon's Gold Company, and will be mandated to become the Yukon's next gold producer by advancing its 100% owned Brewery Creek Project with a production goal of 2014. The Company has an extensive exploration portfolio in the Yukon including advanced road accessible assets at Clear Creek, Grew Creek and Gold Dome along with Cache Creek and Rogue projects in the Selwyn Basin. Golden Predator Canada Corp. will continue to have one of the largest controlled land positions in the Yukon, and is proud of their demonstrated commitment to strong relationships with First Nations and local communities. The Transaction Details concerning specific transaction terms will be disclosed following tax and legal advice on the structure. On closing of the transaction, shareholders of Gold Bullion Royalty Corp. as of the record date will hold the same percentage interest in Golden Predator Canada Corp. as they held in Gold Bullion Royalty Corp. Golden Predator Canada Corp. intends to apply to list its common shares on the TSX Venture Exchange or the Toronto Stock Exchange following completion of the transaction. The transaction is subject to, among other things, Board approval of the final structure and terms of the arrangement agreement, court approval, shareholder approval, and other regulatory approvals. In addition it is anticipated the Company will change its jurisdiction of incorporation to Canadian Federal laws. The name Gold Bullion Royalty Corp. is subject to final approval and may change. Gold Bullion Royalty Corp. will hold a special meeting of shareholders to approve the transaction. Further particulars, including the record and meeting dates, will be announced in due course and a complete description of the transaction will be set forth in a management information circular to be sent to shareholders of Gold Bullion Royalty Corp. in connection with the special meeting. **http://www.reuters.com/finance/stocks/companyOfficers?symbol...Board of Directorshttp://mineninvestor.com/?p=495Golden Predator T.GPD becomes a pure Gold-Royalty company! Brewery Creek and Exploration Projects to be Divested to ShareholdersPosted on 01/20/2013 by investor **http://resourceclips.com/tag/orn_ca/Reaping the harvestJanuary 18th, 2013 Golden Predator to become royalties and streaming company Gold Bullion Royalty Corpby Greg Klein**http://www.northernminer.com/news/golden-predator-rebrands-s...1/30/13Golden Predator rebrands, shifts focus to royaltiesGolden Predator’s (GPD-T) decision in late January to transition to a royalty-only mining company and build on its existing base of 34 projects pushed the junior’s shares up 16.7% to 38.5¢ on 2.7 million shares traded.The new company will be called Gold Bullion Royalty and will divest its Brewery Creek gold project and a number of other assets it holds in the Yukon into Golden Predator Canada Corp.Management said that splitting the business units into separate entities will increase efficiency, visibility, analysis and recognition of asset values that would ultimately provide superior returns to shareholders.Royalty companies certainly have done well in recent years. A Jan. 17 research report from CIBC’s institutional equity research team, estimated that last year precious metal royalties generated more than 40% higher returns than producers.“Throughout 2012 the royalty companies shone by generating significant free cash flow, and using that cash flow to make opportunistic and highly accretive royalty acquisitions, including Franco-Nevada’s acquisition of the Cobre Panama stream, and Silver Wheaton’s acquisition of the Constancia stream,” analysts Cosmos Chiu, Barry Cooper and Kevin Chiew wrote, adding that they believe royalty companies will continue to do well this year.“Early into 2013 we continue to see many producers struggle with managing operational expectations, rising operating costs and capital spending,” they continued. “Given the beneficial characteristics inherent in the precious metal royalty model (i.e. reduced exposure to operating risk and cost, exploration and expansion upside, etc.) we believe the royalties are set to shine once again in 2013.”As a result the CIBC analysts have raised their 12-18 month price targets on Franco-Nevada (FNV-T, FNV-N) from $62 per share to $65; for Royal Gold (RGL-T, RGLD-Q) from $89 to $92; and for Silver Wheaton (SLW-T, SLW-N) from $45 to $48.Golden Predator’s existing portfolio includes gross proceeds royalties on Midway Gold’s (MDW-V) Pan and Gold Rock deposits, a 4% gross proceeds royalty on the DTR property at Barrick Gold’s (ABX-T, ABX-N) Bald Mountain mine, and a 1% gross proceeds royalty on land held by Barrick in an area between and around the Bald Mountain and Alligator Ridge mines. The company also holds a 2% net smelter return royalty on Silver Predator’s (SPD-T) Taylor silver project.Its royalty package on 34 projects spans 40 hectares in North America, primarily in Nevada but also in Wyoming, Oregon, California and Mexico. Most are under lease to a variety of companies including Evolving Gold (EVG-T, EVOGF-O), Orsa Ventures (ORN-V), and others. Its portfolio holds several deeded royalties covering projects of McEwen Mining (MUX-T, MUX-N), NV Gold (NVX-V), and Silver Scott Mines (SILS-O).Last year the royalty package generated $799,762 in revenue.The company noted that Gold Bullion Royalty’s portfolio “remains unique in the mineral development industry due to its ability to receive the majority of projected revenues in-kind (gold bullion as opposed to cash), adding that the core of the portfolio was acquired from the Lyle F. Campbell Trust.It also pointed out that none of its principal royalty projects are subject to any reductions or buy-back provisions.After the divestment, Golden Predator Canada will continue to advance the Brewery Creek project and other Yukon-based properties.Brewery Creek, 55 km east of Dawson in the northwestern region of the Yukon has indicated resources of 20.4 million tonnes grading 0.89 gram gold per tonne for 581,000 oz. of contained gold and 13 million tonnes at 0.83 gram gold for 346,000 oz. gold in the inferred category.The company says it expects to update that resource estimate in the first quarter of this year. It also anticipates starting construction of the infrastructure this year and believes the project could enter production in 2014. Golden Predator acquired 100% of the project last year from Alexco Resource (AXR-T, AXU-X), subject to a 2% net smelter return royalty. Between 1996 and 2002 the property was operated as a heap-leach mine and produced about 280,000 oz. gold, from seven near-surface oxide deposits. It was shut down due to low gold prices. Over the last year Golden Predator has traded in a range of 27¢ and 86¢ per share and has about 153 million shares outstanding.After the transaction is closed, shareholders of Gold Bullion Royalty will hold the same percentage interest in Golden Predator Canada as they held in Gold Bullion Royalty Corp.Golden Predator Canada plans to list its shares on the TSX Venture Exchange or the Toronto Stock Exchange.**http://www.marketwatch.com/story/golden-predator-clarifies-t...1/23/13Golden Predator Clarifies Technical Disclosurehttp://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/golden-predator-disc...1/24/13Golden Predator Discovers High-grade Gold Mineralization on Rogue B Property, Yukon*http://mineninvestor.com/?p=5201/21/13T.GPD update – be patient!Posted on 01/21/2013 by investor Dear Readers and fellow Investors,yesterday we have pointed out here: http://mineninvestor.com/?p=495 why we believe T.GPD – now GOLD BULLION ROYALTY CORP will be the next big Royalty play.Some of you might, as we are, a bit dissapointed by todays slow&tiny move up, BUT:if history is any lesson (be careful, sometimes if looking at the past you can suffer a confirmation Bias) the best is yet to come.The initial reaction on T.PG Pemier Goldmines to Spin of it`s Royalty Portfolio into T.BPV wasn`t breathtaking either, but those who were patient were rewarded with a 80%-100% return on Investment only 6 month! 6month by the way that was one of the worst ever in the Gold-Mining Sector!We would expect T.GPD to do the same as next step become more clear.SEE CHART (it does not take into account the spun of warrants! = additional value)**http://www.pinnacledigest.com/blog/scottiepimps59/gpd-vs-nsr...GPD vs. NSR vs. GRO - Gold Royalty Showdown!2/9/13There's no doubt about it! Royalty companies are the best way to gain exposure to gold... a picture is worth a thousand words (and maybe your dollars, too!)…..**Royalty Streaming model:http://cawidgets.morningstar.ca/ArticleTemplate/ArticleGL.as...12/19/12“By contrast, royalty-based companies have effectively removed operational risks such as cost overruns and have reduced exposure if a prospective mine is proven uneconomical.Of course, there are still risks associated with royalties and purchase agreements. But risks are mitigated because of the optional nature of their agreements. For instance, if the gold price falls below the strike price of the contract, they are not obligated to exercise their purchase rights.However, the values of gold-purchase agreements are still vulnerable to a prolonged downturn in bullion prices. If the market price of bullion falls below the purchase price specified in an options contract, the contract becomes effectively worthless.”Sky
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