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DON'T BUY
Will benefit from the infrastructure program and economic reopening, so how much upside is here? The infrastructure will give you a 30% pop. He prefers peer, NUE, which doesn't need an infrastructure bill. X-N has made a comeback, but it isn't best of breed. He would look elsewhere.
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DON'T BUY
Steel has been hit hard the past month with a poor outlook. He prefers Stelco in this space. Stelco is well-run, not American and trading at a low valuation. Stelco is in great shape since emerging from bankruptcy.
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DON'T BUY
Be careful in this space with concerns of a global recession and oversupply (Chinese demand is weakening). Long-term this isn't bad, but we are heading into a downturn.
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WEAK BUY
It's fallen because lots of people believe in the inverted yield curve theory about the recession. Steel companies are cyclical. If you think there's still room in the cycle, which he does, the valuations are starting to look attractive. A trade deal would make stocks like this pop.
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DON'T BUY
The problem with steel right now is global over supply. He is short the SLX-N, a US steel ETF. This industry is cyclical and we have seen the cyclical peak. The US$ might roll over and that would help
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SELL

He has no idea to assess Trump and his macro plans. It's a political nightmare. Sell. A tariff would lift US steel stocks, but demand for US products will also drop. Be prudent and let this stock go.

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BUY

CEO optimism has been rising in the U.S. The steel sector and this stock are doing well. In fact, this is one of the leading sectors in America. Certainly take a look at this.

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COMMENT

This is very whippy, and he wouldn’t want you to be overly focused and concentrated in such an idiosyncratic name. Steel names are not his favourite. The chart indicates it has been very challenged. Fundamentally, they have had some earnings misses and are more often missing then they are hitting. There are much greener pastures elsewhere.

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COMMENT

Following the gap a number of weeks ago, this continued to decline, which is not what you want to see. The chart has shown a head and shoulders pattern. This is the type of thing that he tries to avoid.

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DON'T BUY

Trump has said they will be using US steel for future pipeline projects. Don’t use political comments as your only criteria. You may have missed the pop on this. ROC is actually negative now. Even putting in improvement to a normalized level, or even an above average level, he doesn’t think the price of the stock can be justified.

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COMMENT

There is very limited upside to US Steel selling prices before imports can come in. In order to call for higher levels, one has to assume that there will be draconian trade barriers put in place, which is possible. There are other steel stocks to choose from. The only argument that would make this company the preferable trade, is if the oil country tubular goods market does much better than other end uses. This company, unlike other producers, has a significant exposure to oil country tubular goods. He thinks the market is pricing in some combination of protectionist measures, and possibly some incentives for domestic oil production. As a value investor, a lot of things have to go right before he invests in this.

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TOP PICK

The US steel market has been glutted for years. Then the US government enacted anti-dumping legislation for the US. When you look at steel, it is an infrastructure investment in a protected environment. This is a strong company and there is plenty of upside in steel.

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SELL

This has had a really great recovery off the bottom, but the steel cycle is very challenged. Every significant country wants the steel industry. It is part of independence. There is too much steel capacity out there, and you are really at the mercy of imports.

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COMMENT

(Market Call Minute.) Steels have had a good run recently. If you believe the economy is getting better, you can participate in this group. Higher BETA, higher risk. Keep a tight Stop.

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COMMENT

Not a big bull on commodities in general. China has a significant amount of excess capacity in steel. Steel is an industry that is facing some difficulties. The only positive for this company is the price of iron ore, which has been very, very weak.

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United States Steel(X-N) Rating

Ranking : 3 out of 5

Bullish - Buy Signals / Votes : 0

Neutral - Hold Signals / Votes : 0

Bearish - Sell Signals / Votes : 1

Total Signals / Votes : 1

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United States Steel(X-N) Frequently Asked Questions

What is United States Steel stock symbol?

United States Steel is a American stock, trading under the symbol X-N on the New York Stock Exchange (X). It is usually referred to as NYSE:X or X-N

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What is United States Steel stock price?

On 2021-12-01, United States Steel (X-N) stock closed at a price of $22.34.