|Last Update: 05/17/13 - 4:01 PM EDT|
|YTD Performance: -46.36%|
|Previous Close: $20.42|
|52 Week Range: $16.74 - $53.13|
|Oustanding Shares: 153,095,713|
|Market Cap: 3,126,214,459|
|Qtr (06/13)||Qtr (09/13)||FY (12/13)||FY (12/14)|
|Number of Analysts||12||9||13||13|
|Growth Rate (Year over Year)||-62.02%||5.28%||-24.68%||-29.75%|
China consumes about 40% of the world’s copper output.
Only one of the three stocks looks like a buy.
And Sears hasn't quite broken out yet.
Maybe the secret is to do poorly?
I have always resolved it in a practical, but chicken, way.
CLF was upgraded from Market Perform to Outperform, FBR Capital Markets said. $28 price target. Company is cutting costs and China may begin importing more iron ore.
A lot of these smaller names sport very reasonable values given their growth trajectory.
Natural resource stocks are the cheapest in the world right now.
When Europe's tame and China's out of the news, they come back to our stocks.
CLF earnings estimates were increased to reflect increased US iron ore volume guidance and much lower guided tax rate, said UBS.