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The Company together with its subsidiaries is a domestic manufacturer of steel products.
S & P 5 star, 17.68
The rail divisions for steel dynamics are running at 90% capacity, considering this and that they are have the lowest operating cost of any steel company in the US and they are vertically integrated I believe they will significantly outperform the steel market and the market as a whole in the next 2 to 4 years.
*If* analysts are right about STLD's 25% projected long-term growth rate, then the stock's current valuation of 17x FCF is a bargain. Add in a tidy 2.4% dividend yield, and I think this one outperforms the rest.
Rail is growing strong which adds value and Mining resources will offset Mesabi Nugget losses next year with cheaper Raw Ore product.
trading at less than 12x forward pe...a significant discount over its competition at 15 (US steel) and 27 (AK steel)..in addition they have the newest facilities as well which will reduce cost going forward...dividend is also substantial and safe
If jobs are created indlustry will need steel to build bridges ,cars and just a whole lot of stuff to build to get this economy running.we will need matel.
Luke Zimmerman told me too. He's in the Goon Squad.
Getting in now. Construction is going to BOOM in 2012. More work on the Books then the last 2 years combined...
Return to pre-crash value
A vertical, mini-mill steel company with growing opportunities for expansion with another steel mini-mill and copper mini and an excellent track record of returning value to shareholders.
They are a vertically integrated steel producer and utilize the newest mills in the business. No union pension costs, productive staff due to pay for production and safety. Welded rail is unique to the market and helped reduce the reliance on flat products. Mesabi Nugget is a game changer. 98% FE pellets at 350 a ton delivered to the mill.
screener for growth and dividends
Steel demand will rise in next few years as construction conditions improve.
steel inventories are at historical lows. many companies will need to do some restocking and others may make a LIFO buy for end of the year tax pursposes. i beleive this stock will perform a little better through the end of the year. next year is a different story. if the mills do not cut capacity - or consumption does not pick up - the long term profitablity of the entire steel sector is questionable.
When the overly optimistic FOMC says that household spending will be "constrained" by sluggish income growth, ongoing job losses, lower household wealth, and tight credit AND Shanghai stocks hit a seven-week low, then you know this bear market rally is finally over!
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