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  1. forum rang 4 Pokkertje 31 oktober 2019 23:52
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    Lamacun schreef op 31 oktober 2019 23:34:


    Na de tweet van Trump zat er herstel van 13,10 naar 13,23. In Amerika is het op 13,29 gesloten. Bij stijging zullen veel proberen in te stappen om een deel van de 0,50 per aandeel goed te maken. Bij het tekenen van het handelsakkoord staan we rond de 16,00 is mijn verwachting.

    Gr. Lamacun
    wordt voorlopig nog niets getekend zo te zien.....
  2. forum rang 5 charlie b 1 november 2019 00:38
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    Kaspersky schreef op 1 november 2019 00:33:


    November wordt het handelsakkoord ondertekend.

    www.google.com/amp/s/mobile.reuters.c...

    Wie weet morgen mss toch wat herstel voor de koers v Mittal, vandaag een partij aangeschaft op 13,15, mss kan ik die morgen verkopen op 13,50, beetje winst ben ik al tevreden.
    Charlie
  3. Lamacun 1 november 2019 04:16
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    charlie b schreef op 1 november 2019 00:38:


    [...]
    Wie weet morgen mss toch wat herstel voor de koers v Mittal, vandaag een partij aangeschaft op 13,15, mss kan ik die morgen verkopen op 13,50, beetje winst ben ik al tevreden.
    Charlie

    Zou jammer zijn als het dan doorstijgt naar 16,00.

    Lamacun.
  4. forum rang 6 up en down 1 november 2019 09:25
    O,,,,Dus vandaar dat die koers niet door stijgt naar 16 euro volgens dit bovenstaand forum fantasie gelul Waarom plotswling deze stijging als gisteren nog de koers op amper 11 euro werd getorpedeerd door dit forum Trump verbiedt om goederen en materialen te leveren aan Iran en laat daar nou veel staal nodig zijn om de olieindustrie lopende te houden Ik denkt dat China zich daar niets van aantrekt en dus daar meer staal kan dumpen!!!!
  5. forum rang 4 Pussy 1 november 2019 10:05
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    charlie b schreef op 31 oktober 2019 22:32:


    [...]
    Ja dat kan wel zo zijn, maar heb toch maar wat stukjes Mittal opgeraapt op 13,15, deze partij gebruik ik voor de daytrading, als morgenvroeg de koers pakweg naar de 13,50 gaat, verkoop ik de zooi weer, pak ik toch zo´n kleine 400 eurootjes, is toch veel geld.
    Moet die wel morgen naar de 13,50 kunnen gaan, ach ja we will see!
    Charlie
    ps Mittal is wel een aandeel wat hard omlaag kan gaan, maar ook gekke sprongen omhoog.

    Alleen zijn de ritten omlaag vaker aan de beurt dan omhoog , en ja ik heb een deel verkocht op 14,20 en terug gekocht op 12,98, maar soms kan het ook andersom gaan , alleen dat geeft niemand door !
    Ik sta nog flink in de min , zeur er echter niet over, hier lees je alleen dat iedereen winst maakt , helaas is dat niet de realiteit.
  6. forum rang 4 kusadasi 1 november 2019 10:08
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    United States Steel reported third-quarter numbers after the close of trading on Thursday and beat Wall Street expectations—sort of. The company managed to beat its own lowered guidance, but the surprise isn’t great news. Earnings and sales this year are way down compared to 2018. It’s been a tough year for old steel mills. Industry pricing and volumes are down. That’s one reason U.S. Steel is investing in new technology—the kind its upstart competitors use—to manage costs.
    U.S. Steel (ticker: X) pre-announced weak results in September, saying third-quarter earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization, or Ebitda, would be just $115 million. Wall Street was expecting $190 million and cut estimates after the news release. Later —in October, after the quarter was finished—U.S. Steel raised guidance to about $139 million. Wall Street in turn raised estimates to an average of $132 million. Turns out earnings were only a little better than feared. U.S. Steel earned $144 million in Ebitda in the third quarter—thus beating analyst estimates.

    The quarter mirrors the year U.S. Steel has had. 2019 started with higher expectations, but things didn’t work out as stakeholders had hoped. Trump’s tariffs on foreign steel boosted domestic steel prices and global raw materials spiked, which also should have boosted U.S. steel prices. But demand disappointed, leaving U.S. Steel battling higher costs after being forced to idle its steel-making capacity.
    “While market headwinds persist, we continue to focus on what we can control, including re-scoping our asset revitalization investments and reducing fixed costs,” said CEO David Burritt in the company’s news release. “We also completed three financing activities since the quarter ended, which delivered approximately $1.1 billion of incremental capital to further support our strategy.”

    To execute the strategy, the company plans to spend on new assets, including minimill technology—the kind that Nucor (NUE) uses. It’s a big departure for the oldest steel company in America. The more compact minimills make steel from scrap metal, while U.S. Steel makes steel from iron ore and coal in giant blast furnaces.

    “I am primarily looking for how they are going to afford investments,” independent steel analyst Aldo Mazzaferro told Barron’s when asked about the quarter. He identifies $3.5 billion in new capital spending projects but only $1.1 billion has been raised. “The key question: How much more equity do they need to raise?”
    It’s great question. The earnings release gives no clues about how the firm plans to raise money for modern equipment. Investors looking for more detail about U.S. Steel’s investments will have to wait until Friday, when the company will host an earnings call at 8:30 a.m. Eastern time.
    At a recent check, shares were up 6.4% in after-market trading after the surprise Ebitda “beat.” But as of Thursday’s closing price, shares are down about 35% since January, far worse than the 18% gain the Dow Jones Industrial Average has seen in the same period. What’s more, since the first guidance cut in September, U.S. Steel stock is down about 8%. Again, it has been a tough year for steel.
  7. forum rang 6 up en down 1 november 2019 10:16
    Als de koopdruk oploopt vandaag dan halen we misschien de 14 wel!!!!!!!!!??Maar dit is gokken en speculeren Ik begrijp nog steeds niet waarom die koers een beetje herstelt vandaag... Als zodadelijk de winstnemingen afnemen en de interesse in Amc steel blijft aanhouden dan halen die koers na 11 uur wel!!!!
  8. Lamacun 1 november 2019 10:37
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    kusadasi schreef op 1 november 2019 10:08:


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    Photograph by Dhiraj Singh/Bloomberg
    United States Steel reported third-quarter numbers after the close of trading on Thursday and beat Wall Street expectations—sort of. The company managed to beat its own lowered guidance, but the surprise isn’t great news. Earnings and sales this year are way down compared to 2018. It’s been a tough year for old steel mills. Industry pricing and volumes are down. That’s one reason U.S. Steel is investing in new technology—the kind its upstart competitors use—to manage costs.
    U.S. Steel (ticker: X) pre-announced weak results in September, saying third-quarter earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization, or Ebitda, would be just $115 million. Wall Street was expecting $190 million and cut estimates after the news release. Later —in October, after the quarter was finished—U.S. Steel raised guidance to about $139 million. Wall Street in turn raised estimates to an average of $132 million. Turns out earnings were only a little better than feared. U.S. Steel earned $144 million in Ebitda in the third quarter—thus beating analyst estimates.

    The quarter mirrors the year U.S. Steel has had. 2019 started with higher expectations, but things didn’t work out as stakeholders had hoped. Trump’s tariffs on foreign steel boosted domestic steel prices and global raw materials spiked, which also should have boosted U.S. steel prices. But demand disappointed, leaving U.S. Steel battling higher costs after being forced to idle its steel-making capacity.
    “While market headwinds persist, we continue to focus on what we can control, including re-scoping our asset revitalization investments and reducing fixed costs,” said CEO David Burritt in the company’s news release. “We also completed three financing activities since the quarter ended, which delivered approximately $1.1 billion of incremental capital to further support our strategy.”

    To execute the strategy, the company plans to spend on new assets, including minimill technology—the kind that Nucor (NUE) uses. It’s a big departure for the oldest steel company in America. The more compact minimills make steel from scrap metal, while U.S. Steel makes steel from iron ore and coal in giant blast furnaces.

    “I am primarily looking for how they are going to afford investments,” independent steel analyst Aldo Mazzaferro told Barron’s when asked about the quarter. He identifies $3.5 billion in new capital spending projects but only $1.1 billion has been raised. “The key question: How much more equity do they need to raise?”
    It’s great question. The earnings release gives no clues about how the firm plans to raise money for modern equipment. Investors looking for more detail about U.S. Steel’s investments will have to wait until Friday, when the company will host an earnings call at 8:30 a.m. Eastern time.
    At a recent check, shares were up 6.4% in after-market trading after the surprise Ebitda “beat.” But as of Thursday’s closing price, shares are down about 35% since January, far worse than the 18% gain the Dow Jones Industrial Average has seen in the same period. What’s more, since the first guidance cut in September, U.S. Steel stock is down about 8%. Again, it has been a tough year for steel.


    Wat is de bron? Dit is slecht nieuws.
  9. Noah010 1 november 2019 15:53
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    Pussy schreef op 1 november 2019 15:45:


    Voor degene die verkocht hebben is dit erg jammer , niemand die dit verwachte ! Een mooie stijging voor de LT beleggers !
    Maar er is nog een lange weg te gaan , en volgende week kan alles anders zijn



    Je moet stalen ballen hebben ;)
    Maar er hangt idd wel erg veel af van volgende week. Kan alle kanten op.
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