Sandfire's time to shine

Increasing cash flows and falling debt make this high-grade copper miner one of the best ways to gain exposure to the base metal.

Two principles rule the mining industry: ore grade and cash. To have both is an advantage shared by few companies but grade and cash are why the share price of Sandfire Resources has rocketed up from five cents to more than $5 in just over five years.

Whether it can continue to perform strongly is a question for investors to consider and for analysts, such as EurekaReport’s David Gilmour, to answer, which he has done in the valuation section of this article.

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