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Century Aluminum Co. Message Board

  • techxpit techxpit May 2, 2009 3:43 PM Flag

    CENX is a $75 stock. $5 is a steal..

    people had many many chances to get in at $3. some did, and others kept waiting for lower prices (which are history now).

    One day - in a month or so when DOW's at 9500, masses will realize what opportunities they missed CENX $2, $3, $4, $5.... Talk about double digits soon.

    Next recession/depression is not going to hit for another 50 years.

    Why walk away with profits of $1, $2 per shares. wait until you are making $20, $30, $40 per shares. That will be real money. Dont worry too much about a few pennies lost/gained here and there right now IMHO. Big money's coming, you will forget about these little gains. AMERICA owns the world and cannot go down, take advantage now and start some positions for longer terms IMHO.

    here are other symbols you can expect nice gains (upto 5 to 10 baggers):

    CENX, ODP, CAR (Avis's not going anywhere), ESLR, SPWRA, X, AAPL, MSFT, GE, BAC, WFC, JPM, STLD, T, S, SOLF, AA, HP, ERTS, UAUA, AMR, LUV, MOT, PFE, MCK, PWAV, HIG, LNC, DRYS, CHK, BTU -BARE(already at 10, I got this one at $4 not too long ago).

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    • techxpit,

      I agree with you on the scope of companies you mentioned as good buys. However, with regards to steel, US Steel hit a much lower price in '03 of $9.83 and today's economy is in much dire straits than it was in '03. Consequently, do you think this stock can still go south?

      Secondly, can you help me figure out what makes Nucor Steel a more financially successful company than X with two stock splits in the last 5 years? What gives?

      Thank you in advance!

    • Good post. I approve.

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