Jaguar has a unique ability to keep cash costs at or below $400 for the next 5+ years, which is a rarity among the junior class. Thus Jaguar should display superior operating margins relative to its peers
For a fast growing miner, the capital expenditures are very low, which gives them a high free cash flow yield ( free cash flow as a % of net income).
As you can see the next 5 years will have an cumulative average growth rate in the neighborhood of 42-48% percent, which excludes unexpected increases in the reserve base. I have also not seen a fast growing junior so well financed as Jaguar with just 40million in net debt.
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