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Franco-Nevada Corp.

Franco-Nevada Corporation is a resource royalty and investment company owning a diversified portfolio of precious and base metal royalties, oil and natural gas royalties and other interests. The portfolio includes assets in production, under development or in the exploration phase mostly located in geopolitically secure countries. Franco-Nevada intends to use its free cash flow to expand its portfolio and pay dividends.

Expert Comments:

Canaccord Genuity (7/10/15)
"We estimate Q2/15 earnings of CA$0.17 (fully-diluted basis) and cash flow of CA$0.48 for Franco-Nevada Corp., generally driven by an improvement in oil prices. . .we maintain our Buy recommendation. . .in Q3/15 we expect the company to deploy cash into Cobre Panama. As well, we continue to anticipate an oil/gas royalty acquisition."

Josh Wolfson, Dundee Capital Markets (7/8/15)
"We have completed an analysis of the potential risk to Franco-Nevada Corp. in conjunction with a proposed tax reassessment by the Canadian Revenue Agency and Silver Wheaton Corp.'s foreign earnings. We believe the risk of a historical tax audit or reassessment on the matter for Franco-Nevada is very low and forecast no impact to 2015/2016 cash flows even with tax changes."

"One of the two best royalty companies in the mining space is Franco-Nevada Corp." read more >

"Over the last couple of months, we have been buying a lot of companies. The seniors include Franco-Nevada Corp., one of our favorite royalty companies. . .if you want only one gold company, buy Franco. It has the best people in the business. It has a great balance sheet, strong cash flow and a diversified asset base with a strong growth profile. It has about 350 mineral royalties, of which about 35 are producing now, so there is plenty of potential. It is a good buy at less than $50/share." read more >

"Franco-Nevada Corp. takes out a lot of the operational risk and capital deployment risk associated with the mining business. If you look at the assets deployed relative to the cash generated, the royalty and streaming companies enjoy tremendous market share in terms of margin in the mining industry relative to the capital that they have deployed. . .Sprott Gold Miners ETF is skewed to the royalty and streaming companies because of margin relative to capital deployed." read more >

Phil Russo, Raymond James (6/24/15)
"We are upgrading Franco-Nevada Corp. to Outperform (from Market Perform) and increasing our target price to US$60/share (from US$58/share). . .we expect the recent valuation divide to be short lived for Franco given its premier investment case, centering on lower overall revenue and cash flow risk—a desired profile for investors as commodity markets provide ongoing pricing uncertainty."

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Experts Commenting on This Company

Ralph Aldis, Portfolio Manager, Gold and Natural Resources – U.S. Global Investors
Matt Badiali, Editor – Stansberry Research
Cosmos Chiu, Executive Director of Precious Metals Equity Research – CIBC World Markets
John Ciampaglia, Executive VP of Corporate Development – Sprott Asset Management
Adrian Day, Founder – Adrian Day Asset Management
Doug Groh, Senior Research Analyst – Tocqueville Asset Management L.P.
Jason Hamlin, Founder – Gold Stock Bull
John Hathaway, Senior Managing Director – Tocqueville Asset Management L.P.
Frank Holmes, Chairman – U.S. Global Investors
Andrew Kaip, Analyst – BMO Capital Markets
Don Maclean, Senior Analyst – Paradigm Capital
Chris Mancini, Research Analyst – Gabelli Gold Fund
David Morgan, Publisher – Silver Investor
Jordan Roy-Byrne, Editor/CMT The Daily Gold
Rick Rule, Chairman – Sprott Global Resource Investments Ltd.
Phil Russo, Research Associate – Raymond James
Eric Sprott, CEO/Chair – Sprott Asset Management
Porter Stansberry, Pres & CEO – Stansberry Research
Alex Terentiew, Mining Analyst – Raymond James
Josh Wolfson, VP, Senior Analyst Gold & Precious Metals – Dundee Capital Markets

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