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A leading producer and exporter of iron ore and pellets, Vale has mining operations in 21 countries.
I'm All In.
Earnings will surprise. They didn't spend any money buying companies.
tripled earning and share price still down. Pretty good dividend.
This large Brazilian company deals in mining and exporting iron ore, manganese, nickel, copper, potassium, phosphate, and nitrogen. China has a growing need for steel and has good relations with Brazil. Also, as the value of the dollar declines, commodities tend to increase in value.
Pays 5.9% dividend. P/E 8
this stock has been left for dead...exactly why this is the time to get into it..forward PE of less than 9 and dividend yield over 4%....at some point the dollar will weaken and commodities will jump up in a hurry...better to be long than late to the party..
earning are in a crawl up and revenue looks to be in a down crawl for at least the next year when you look at fools graph estimates. You may not even be able to buy it on expectations of dividend because even at this level its is on a decline. Thats my thought "find a different stock".
Undervalued, great buy, good dividends
This mining giant is also in to the infrastructure of Brazil. World cup 2014 and so on. Brazil will break out in the next year and so will Vale.
vale can sell iron ore cheaper than anyone and make a profit. their extraction costs are much less.
as china grows so will vale
Over the long term, commodity prices will continue to rise.
digging out of the ground what every industry needs to survive
S&P Low PE
They mine the ore that is an integral component of Rearden Metal.
Under valued, gold prices will continue to rise.
Vale's business is cyclical. Its price ran up (too far) on the commodity boom and is now dropping (probably too far) with China's demand. Once any kind of building boom ramps up, Vale will rise with it.
High Profits - Debt locked in for long-term so no surprises there.
This mining company knows how to manage it's business. The company is profitable and growing strong each year. The stock price lags behind and should catch up in a year or two.
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