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WEAK BUY
Getting to the right theme is the most important thing. Has a good basket of assets. Recently pulled back. It's a small cap, so you have to be careful. But it should continue to participate as long as base materials continue to improve.
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DON'T BUY
This is a zero, although not priced there yet. That is where it is going. It has been a lousy company for a long time. Madagascar will prove to be their undoing. They defaulted on their debt in February. Their debt is currently worth 54 cents on the dollar so the stock is worth zero.
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COMMENT

Historically owned bonds. If the trend for nickel continues, it will do well.

integrated mines
DON'T BUY
He's looking at their bonds. They're misunderstood. They've struggled badly this year as Trump pressure countries like Cuba and Venezuela where Sherritt has interests. Also, the company has a lot of debt to pay.
integrated mines
DON'T BUY
It's trading as if the market thinks its balance sheet will disappear--sell-off. Avoid this.
integrated mines
DON'T BUY
There is evidence of a bottom developing but he thinks we are in a world where growth is slowing. You need a robust economy to invest here, but it may be tradable. The story over 5 years is down.
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DON'T BUY
He does not look at stocks trading at this level. This stock could go anywhere. He predicts it goes down.
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COMMENT
The share price keeps falling. Why? The biggest thing recently is in Cuba where they have assets and deal with the government to repatriate cash flow, not related to that quarter's cash flow. A quarter ago, Cuba didn't pay. Two weeks ago, they announced a solution, a deal with the Cuban government which is cash-strapped, especially as it deals with the costs of hurricanes that have hit Cuba. Cuba has to pay or else it will scare off other Western companies.
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SELL
This is going to 0. The assets are stranded in Cuba. Trump has opened the door to litigation. They have a terrible mine in Madagascar. Sell it, run away.
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COMMENT
Cobalt is a partner commodity in the production of lithium batteries. Earnings are expected to be negative in 2019. Cobalt prices have risen sharply, causing manufacturers to find a way to move away from using it -- nickle may replace it (as an aside Sherritt could be a potential benefactor of this). He would consider selling FCC-V in favour of XBC-V (who focuses on garbage dump gas extraction).
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HOLD
Most base metals travel together. Copper is down, zinc is down, so he thinks it is following the basic trend. Earnings are expected to improve next year and cash flow suggests it trades at 6 times cash flow. It is supported by EV automobile growth. He would continue to hold.
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DON'T BUY
It's fallen on hard times. It bought a big mine in west Africa and has trouble getting it to run at a profit. They took on a lot of debt to buy that mine, and not the credit cycle is turning. Their bonds are trading as if is S is going bankrupt.
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COMMENT

It still depends highly depend on nickel. They also deal in oil/gas (in Cuba). Cobalt has seen a lift, because it's used in technology. They're certainly not flourishing, though surviving. He wants to see signs of global stabilization especially in China because that will help the nickel, copper and zinc prices and lead to Sherritt rebounding.

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HOLD

A few decades ago, Sherritt was well-run and diversified. But to clean up their balance sheet, they went became a smaller-capitalized company in the sector. It's not cheap, and it's also more speculative than other mining companies. Consider a small holding in your overall portfolio or hold onto it if you already own it.

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DON'T BUY

He does not know where it will go in 12 months. He lost confidence in the CEO at an AGM several years ago. Prices of commodities have gone up but this stock has not. He does not have confidence in management, although they took care of a lot of their debt.

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Sherritt International Corp.(S-T) Rating

Ranking : 4 out of 5

Bullish - Buy Signals / Votes : 1

Neutral - Hold Signals / Votes : 0

Bearish - Sell Signals / Votes : 0

Total Signals / Votes : 1

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On 2021-12-01, Sherritt International Corp. (S-T) stock closed at a price of $0.39.