Competition moving out is obvious. Cutting supplies is not something that will happen, at least not with Vale. China has invested in Vale and others for that reason as they have in the past accused both RIO and BHP of such activity.
Stop posting #$%$ referring to me and I will be glad to leave again.
I think it is a buy also but those of you that what instant gratification are a large part of the problem with stocks in general.
How do you figure. You know that I bought last time it went this low and then sold. Only lost half of my gain on taxes. So 25% vs 50% so still not to bad. Good Bye again.
Said I wouldn't post. I think it is "hear"not "here". Nothing much to post. IO price went up and has been relatively stable. Real is a little better than the end of last quarter so should be no big currency adjustments.
Not that you have the capacity to comprehend. Bye.
Since this isn't the Vale board, apparently, I can respond to this.
Go long now. Diversify your account. Don't post again until you are thanking me in 2018 when your dividends have increased and you are selling some being taxed at the long term capital gains rate instead making your little short term plays.
Is Christian really this clueless. Did he notice inventory levels. Goldman is living on borrowed time if is the best they can come up with and keep saying it over and over hoping that it will then become true.
What is better for a laugh is watching a guy who has no skin in the game posting useless BS on this board. Babbling aimlessly because he doesn't have a clue.
Does the Chinese Premier think there is going to be an oversupply as they continue developing their infrastructure? If so, why get so involved? Is India slowing or growing?
Watch and read about everything but the actual articles about the companies you own or want to own.
Analysts and investment writers give you information that benefits their position - not yours.
Wants companies to stop buying back shares. Though I also believe this should be done in moderation, I think Goldman Sachs does not like it to happen because it is a variable that throws a wrench in their ability to manipulate.
By the way the stock price didn't reflect it yet but:
As of Friday China Ore inventories had declined further.
May housing prices increased in China
India growth of 7.5%
Brazil Trade improves in May
US growth positive (US steel calls back over 500 workers laid off in Alabama and fewer than expected laid off in Illinois)