The single largest source of revenue for APF is from coal mines in Australia. The largest revenue from APF’s coal royalties comes from the Kestrel coking coal mine in Queensland. APF has other producing assets in vanadium, iron ore and uranium in different geographical locations. APF also has some royalties on projects that are not yet in production. These other assets are likely to provide revenue at some point.
There has been some excitement recently from the increase in the price of Vanadium, which has increased APF’s revenue and profitability in 2018 and will also help in 2019. The price of Vanadium is now declining so the impact on profit and revenue in 2019 is likely to be less than 2018. You can see a chart of the Vanadium price below.
The price of the common stock of APF has increased in the last 3-4 years as you can see in the chart below.
The question now for value investors is whether the current price represents good price to start a position in APF for new investors or to add to an existing position. The full answer can be found in the new analysis of Anglo Pacific Group Plc common stock, which you can find here.
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