ArcelorMittal

MT-N

NYSE:MT

18.38
0.20 (1.10%)
ArcelorMittal S.A. is a Luxembourg-based multinational steel manufacturing corporation headquartered in Boulevard d’Avranches, Luxembourg. It was formed in 2006 from the takeover and merger of Arcelor by Mittal Steel.
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Analysis and Opinions about MT-N

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BUY
BUY
February 17, 2010
This sector will do well as the global recovery takes hold and emerging markets start to build again. All of these types of companies are going to well if they are fairly priced, which this one is.
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ArcelorMittal (MT-N)
February 17, 2010
This sector will do well as the global recovery takes hold and emerging markets start to build again. All of these types of companies are going to well if they are fairly priced, which this one is.
HOLD
HOLD
February 11, 2010
Steele has had a massive correction in the last month because of fears of China slowing down. He would guess this would go down to its support level of about $33 again and then go up.
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ArcelorMittal (MT-N)
February 11, 2010
Steele has had a massive correction in the last month because of fears of China slowing down. He would guess this would go down to its support level of about $33 again and then go up.
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
September 1, 2009
The growth cycle is over in this industry. The consolidations are over. There have been a lot of layoffs in steel industry, but they were able to move around hours or cut them to reduce layoffs. Thinks they did a good job of that.
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ArcelorMittal (MT-N)
September 1, 2009
The growth cycle is over in this industry. The consolidations are over. There have been a lot of layoffs in steel industry, but they were able to move around hours or cut them to reduce layoffs. Thinks they did a good job of that.
COMMENT
COMMENT
August 25, 2009
ArcelorMittal (MT-N) or US Steel (X-N)? Arcelor is a global play while US is an American play. Depends on your view of the global economy versus the US economy. He thinks the US will probably lead because they were the first to start stimulus.
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ArcelorMittal (MT-N)
August 25, 2009
ArcelorMittal (MT-N) or US Steel (X-N)? Arcelor is a global play while US is an American play. Depends on your view of the global economy versus the US economy. He thinks the US will probably lead because they were the first to start stimulus.
HOLD
HOLD
July 27, 2009
Largest steel producer globally. With the urbanization of China and other emerging markets, there is a greater demand for steel and this company is benefiting. Well managed.
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ArcelorMittal (MT-N)
July 27, 2009
Largest steel producer globally. With the urbanization of China and other emerging markets, there is a greater demand for steel and this company is benefiting. Well managed.
BUY
BUY
July 10, 2009
Owns a little bit of this in some of the more aggressive accounts. Bought it as an infrastructure play. You could enter here as long as you are positive going forward on the international side and the third world. The negative is that it has quite a bit of debt. If you buy, considered as more of a trade and sell when you make 20%-30%.
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ArcelorMittal (MT-N)
July 10, 2009
Owns a little bit of this in some of the more aggressive accounts. Bought it as an infrastructure play. You could enter here as long as you are positive going forward on the international side and the third world. The negative is that it has quite a bit of debt. If you buy, considered as more of a trade and sell when you make 20%-30%.
COMMENT
COMMENT
May 8, 2009
(Market Call Minute.) In the steel sector he would probably favour Nucor (NUE-N) because of the lower debt levels..
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(Market Call Minute.) In the steel sector he would probably favour Nucor (NUE-N) because of the lower debt levels..
TOP PICK
TOP PICK
March 9, 2009
11.05% Bond due June 2013. Steel manufacturer, which will be a good play on infrastructure.
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ArcelorMittal (MT-N)
March 9, 2009
11.05% Bond due June 2013. Steel manufacturer, which will be a good play on infrastructure.
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TOP PICK
January 21, 2009
11.95% bonds maturing June 2013. Largest steel manufacturer globally. Infrastructure is about steel. Not going to buy stock when he can buy a bond that pays almost 12% until maturity. If the bond normalizes, it could double in value in a few years.
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ArcelorMittal (MT-N)
January 21, 2009
11.95% bonds maturing June 2013. Largest steel manufacturer globally. Infrastructure is about steel. Not going to buy stock when he can buy a bond that pays almost 12% until maturity. If the bond normalizes, it could double in value in a few years.
BUY
BUY
August 11, 2008
Demand for steel continues to rise. Would by in for the long term (10 Yrs). Iron ore has been the big mover. Concrete and steel is still going to be in demand if you are going to build anything. 2% dividend
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ArcelorMittal (MT-N)
August 11, 2008
Demand for steel continues to rise. Would by in for the long term (10 Yrs). Iron ore has been the big mover. Concrete and steel is still going to be in demand if you are going to build anything. 2% dividend
BUY
BUY
April 23, 2008
(Market Call Minute.) They own, through the Dafasco acquisition, iron core so they don't have to pay the feedstock costs giving them lower costs and higher earnings.
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ArcelorMittal (MT-N)
April 23, 2008
(Market Call Minute.) They own, through the Dafasco acquisition, iron core so they don't have to pay the feedstock costs giving them lower costs and higher earnings.
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
June 22, 2007
The trouble with steel companies right now is going to be what kind of dumping China is going to do in the steel markets. Would prefer companies that produce iron ore.
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ArcelorMittal (MT-N)
June 22, 2007
The trouble with steel companies right now is going to be what kind of dumping China is going to do in the steel markets. Would prefer companies that produce iron ore.
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
February 2, 2006
Would prefer looking at steel companies where you can still get a lot of value.
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ArcelorMittal (MT-N)
February 2, 2006
Would prefer looking at steel companies where you can still get a lot of value.
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