Many investors today need more commodity exposure. This is especially prescient in the coming high inflationary environment and the significant added demand created from a likely infrastructure bill.Those two catalysts resulting in a large increase in commodities demand and prices. But directly buying commodities and individual mining companies can be risky business. So it’s important to understand that one of the best ways to get a quality diversified exposure is through buying the stock of royalty companies. As an alternative, royalties are risk-adjusted much better, and they play on the coming commodities boom, especially in light of the momentum on a USA Infrastructure Bill. With well over one-and-a-half billion dollars in royalty transactional experience, Vox Royalty Corp is one of the best options for investors.
Vox Royalty Corp was the aspiration of royalty sector visionary Kyle Floyd. With Vox, Mr. Floyd created a platform in 2014, which generalist investors can use to get superior risk-adjusted returns with a rare mix of industry-leading growth and industry-leading value. The company has done well since its inception, but Mr. Floyd believes that the best days are ahead for the company.Its growth fueled by the developments of more than 50 royalties and metal streams creates a tsunami of positive growth catalysts well complemented by strategic accretive acquisitions.
The company does some smart work as it does not take on the operating risks of running mining assets instead, it buys the royalty, which is an interest in the top line revenue of the mining asset itself. Vox Royalty Corp searches the world through its intellectual property and deal sourcing agents for the highest quality metal royalties. It focuses on buying precious metals and metals that will be the core mediums utilized to transition away from oil and gas. Newly listed on the Toronto Venture Stock Exchange, investors can buy shares in the company under the symbol VOX on the TSXV and VOXCF on the OTC market in the US.
Vox provides investors leveraged exposure with less risk by not being exposed to asset-level dilution, nor high mining operating costs, no exposure to CAPEX or cost overruns, and no limit to execution risk with a growing asset portfolio. The plus side is that the company is exposed to the increases in commodity prices, further discoveries, and further production increases, which results in massive increases in cash flow. The negatives? None.
The company’s portfolio spans four continents but is heavily weighted to Australia and North America, where more than 80% of its assets are located. The company has a track record of buying assets with significant near-term growth and development catalysts.
The Company maintains a rigorous investment review process led by its elite team of mining engineers and geologists. Vox utilizes its intellectual property, namely a database approaching 8,000 royalties held by third parties around the globe, to select the best royalty assets to buy. So, the investors can rest assured that their money is placed in the right hands.
A Bright Future Awaits
The number one factor that contributes to Vox’s growth is the immense experience and capabilities of its team of royalty experts. Vox has one of the best teams in the industry with more than $1.5 billion of royalty transactional experience.
Vox is exponentially growing and is a rare find as a growth company that is trading at great value for investors. The company continues to find upside exposure for its investors in a suite of high demand metals as the world looks to the second energy revolution over the next decade.
Kyle Floyd, Founder & CEO
He is excellent at finding the strategic advantages for investors with a focus on creating value in all facets. After spending his early career financing growth companies, he saw a huge opportunity to unlock value for investors looking for commodity exposure through a differentiated approach. Since founding Vox Royalty, Mr. Floyd has built a platform and a sophisticated team that is taking a big data approach to unlocking value.