Wheaton Precious Metals Corp.

Wheaton Precious Metals is the largest pure precious metals streaming company in the world. The company has streams on some of the largest and lowest cost mines in the world. Wheaton Precious Metals' production and growth are founded on cornerstone assets including the Salobo mine in Brazil, the Peñasquito and San Dimas mines in Mexico, and the Antamina mine in Peru.

Expert Comments:

Clive Maund, CliveMaund.com (2/5/19)
"Wheaton Precious Metals Corp.'s breakout from the pennant and subsequent advance has been on good volume that has driven the accumulation line higher, which is bullish. . .after the advance of recent weeks, this is a solidly bullish picture, especially as a 'golden cross' is imminent, a crossover of the 50- and 200-day moving averages, leading to the latter turning up, which will mark the start of a new bull market and should lead to upside acceleration."

Clive Maund, CliveMaund.com (1/18/19)
"This is considered to be a very strong [stock] picture for Wheaton Precious Metals Corp.; the company blasted higher in December out of a double bottom, gapping out of the base pattern on huge volume. When you see a move like this, it normally portends a vigorous bull market that takes the stock to much higher levels, and given the now positive outlook for the sector, this is an easy outcome to envisage."

Adrian Day
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Charles Gibson, Edison Investment Research (12/19/18)
"Whereas the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) had been seeking at least $265M from Wheaton Precious Metals Corp. in taxes, penalties and interest in relation to its reassessment for the 2005-10 tax years with subsequent years left open to similar reassessment, under the terms of the settlement the company will actually pay the CRA cash taxes of $5M for the 2011–17 tax years, $15M in deferred tax and $3–4M in interest. More importantly, the settlement creates a framework for both Wheaton and the CRA to assess tax in future years."

Numerous analysts weigh in on the agreement and what it means for the Canadian precious metals firm.
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Technical analyst Clive Maund charts this royalty and streaming company and explains why he expects its shares to continue to rise.
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A Canaccord Genuity report discussed the agreement implications specifically and broadly.
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Company states that the settlement "removes uncertainty with the use of our business model."
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Frank Holmes, U.S. Global Investors (12/14/18)
"Today, gold mining investors and Canadian capital markets received an early Christmas gift; Wheaton Precious Metals Corp., one of the largest precious metals streaming companies in the world, announced that it reached a settlement with the Canada Revenue Agency. . .according to the agreement, income generated through the company's foreign subsidiaries will not be subject to Canadian taxes."

Cosmos Chiu, CIBC World Markets (12/14/18)
"Wheaton Precious Metals Corp. has reached a highly favorable settlement with the Canada Revenue Agency. The key point of the settlement is that foreign income on earnings generated by Wheaton International will not be subject to tax in Canada. . .more importantly, the settlement gives certainty and validity to the company's business model and will result in minimal additional taxes for future years."

Brian MacArthur, Raymond James (12/14/18)
"Foreign income on earnings generated by Wheaton Precious Metals Corp.'s Wheaton International will not be subject to tax in Canada. The service fee charged by Wheaton for the services provided to Wheaton International will be adjusted to include capital raising costs associated with the company for the purpose of funding streaming transactions entered into by Wheaton International; Wheaton will increase the mark-up applied to its cost of providing services to Wheaton International, including the above capital raising costs, from the current 20% to 30%."

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Experts Following This Company

Cosmos Chiu, Executive Director of Precious Metals Equity Research – CIBC World Markets
The Critical Investor – The Critical Investor
Adrian Day, Founder – Adrian Day Asset Management
Charles Gibson, Director, Mining – Edison Investment Research
Frank Holmes, Chairman – U.S. Global Investors
Maurice Jackson
Andrew Kaip, Analyst – BMO Capital Markets
Brian MacArthur, Analyst – UBS Securities
Carey MacRury, Equity Analyst – TD Securities
Clive Maund – CliveMaund.com
Samuel Pelaez , Chief Investment Officer and Portfolio Manager – Galileo Global Equity Advisors Inc
Ralph Profiti, Analyst – Eight Capital
Rick Rule, Chairman – Sprott Global Resource Investments Ltd.
Trevor Turnbull, Analyst – Scotia Capital Inc.

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