August 15, 2015 at 02:50PM
- SLW shares have received a shot in the arm after its Q2 results despite a mixed performance, as investors seem to be focusing on the company’s prospects rather than results.
- SLW is likely to defend the proposition by the CRA to retrospectively tax its international income as the Canadian tax law states that income of foreign subsidiaries isn’t taxable.
- SLW can capitalize on growing silver demand and lower supply as it has the largest reserves in the industry that will allow it to increase its production.
- SLW’s cash operating margins are set to improve in the future as demand-supply dynamics in the market will lead to better pricing, which will enhance its cash flow and earnings.
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