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CRSP, F, CMCSA, INTC, HBI, NEM. Looking to add financial positions soon along with other sectors. newish taxable portfolio I started outside retirement.

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why is underware company mooning! too many traders shit their pants yesterday?

$HBI

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What's with HBI? 12%+ for tighty whities?

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Whoever posted HBI from a few days back, good shit.

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HBI Hanesbrands to the moon! It will keep its .15 dividend for December and it hit its annual low today! Hop on aboard!!

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Buying because I'm not retiring soon. Risk reward. LUMN, SSSS, ZBH, MSFT, CMCSA, EFX, WU, INTC, NOK, OMF, HBI, CRM, ZIMV and etf: MGK, - buy them now low - they're all headed to the MOON SOON!

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And it was $34 in 2015. Hit $7.59 by 2020.

I didn't a little digging and saw that EPS growth hasn't changed much over the years, even if positive. The P/B (Price to book) was high, this measures net worth divided by shares. After coming back down to around $7 this has evened out to about average with the industry.

If we consider how much money they have been making shorting $HBI, I'd bet there's still shorts on the stock.

I'd also wager we see lower volatility at these prices.

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I was right about $ARKK in 2021. I was right about oil and $OXY. I was right about $PAA. I’m right about $HBI & several other stocks in my portfolio. You can learn or you can be an ass. Your call

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Do you guys want to talk about HBI?

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$HBI is a great stock that’s beaten down by shorts. Now they’re coordinating analyst’s reports. If these degenerates would put on a little gamma we could pop this short trade like the zit it is

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2025 HBI $7c is $1.70 per call.

That’s a lot of time looking at the charge and a fed pivot next year sends this back to $10 is my guess.

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>That's a really interesting analysis. I hadn't looked at HBI before, but based on what you're saying it seems like a great opportunity. Thanks for bringing it to my attention!

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Bruh. HBI has been going down since 2015. The fuk kinda off brand crayons are you eating?

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>It is quite clear that the double downgrade by Wells Fargo was a manipulative move designed to benefit their clients and traders at the expense of everyday investors. I applaud your decision to buy 20,000 shares of HBI and hope you are successful in blowing up this short trade.

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I feel pretty good owning Under Armour($UA). Undervalued a fair bit in my opinion.

I'm also one of those people that truly believes in investing companies you know and use their products. So I'm very comfortable owning Harley Davidson($HOG), Handsbrands($HBI), Casey's General($CASY), OneGas($OGS), Leggett & Platt($LEG) and several others.

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All are roughly 1-3% of the account:

ALL

ALLY

BABA

BLK

C

CROX

CVS

EAF

FL

GOOG

GS

HBI

HEAR

HPQ

HUN

INTC

META

MO

PARA

PYPL

SNBR

SWBI

URBN

WBA

And like 42% cash

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Its cheap. Like really cheap. If you look at lists of cities that will best with stand climate change toledo is always on those lists(along with most great Lakes cities) its on lake erie. It has a large port . its extremely close to detriot. A city that has really rejuvenated and rebuilt itself .Toledo is doing the same. Take a look at what's going on in the warehouse district, fort industry , glass city metro park. We got big industry here like first solar,dana, jeep,O I glass, cleveland cliff hbi facility where they make top teir steel for stuff like submarines, etc

I used to have a very near 6 figure "white collar" job in Connecticut and NYC . on advise of my brother I came back out to toledo. Got a blue collar job making 60k a year. I literally have more money at the end of each month then I did compared to when I was living in nyc or Greenwich ct. You see declining population . I see opportunity . I know im not the only person who has done the math and realized that if you want to actually own a home and live a life that these HCOL cities make it near impossible. Its not like your sacrificing the culture amenities of a big popping city. A lot of these rust belt cities with declining populations like Cleveland, Pittsburg , Milwaukee, Detroit. Cincinnati, Buffalo, Toledo. All have fanastic zoo's , museums, biotanical Gardens and festivals. That are literally better then cities like denver, Seattle, portland, austin, etc.

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Nothing quite like a nice new pair of socks, calls on $HBI?

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Typical etfs, but stock-wise [ SMR, KNBE, MO, HBI, TGT, FLR, AMZN, GOOG, U, SPWR, APPL, RUN, MITT, SWBI, GE, MSFT, INTC, TSLA, MRVL, AMD, SPCE, SQ ]

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The real play is CLF, steel and HBI.....undies.

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Any thoughts on HBI? Pretty cheap dividend stock thinking about selling a put to buy some shares

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$hbi

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What do u think bout $HBI? Is it a buy now?

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Naw bruh bought $1M worth of BSM, ABBV, HBI in that order top holdings, collect dividends and forget. That was 9 years ago. Just imagine the free dividends enrolled in DRIP paying no taxes until I retire at 50. So yeah I probably touched some🤔😳😜

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I finished HBI NOV 2020

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My first investment ever was in 2009, January 27, 2009 to be exact, and I was a blithering moron who knew nothing then, so I get no credit for jumping in when many people were still rightfully scared.

I instead use the COVID crash in March as my barometer. I tripled my 401k contribution in order to hit my max contribution ASAP and bought and bought and bought. I also deployed all my cash, which at the time was around 10%, in the last two weeks of March. I opened positions in Nike, Markel, Delta, Hanesbrands, Peloton, Lululemon, Chipotle, Berkshire, NextEra Energy. I added to Starbucks, Livongo, Boeing, Scotts Miracle-Gro, Ford, ON Semiconductors, Disney. I bought my life depended on it. They didn't all work out (Looking at you BA) and some weren't meant to be long-term holds at all (I sold PTON at ~$32 a few weeks after buying at ~$23, Nike has been sold, NEE is gone, Chipotle recently got sold, HBI, DAL, DIS, ON, SMG, all gone now) but they were all companies I was confident were oversold and most worked out for me. I used the proceeds to add to high convictions over the past 2 years.

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>HBI

HBI : target 11.58

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HBI?

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HBI had a nice day yesterday

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You should not start a capital intensive company, like vendig maschines. You could consider learning a trade. That would leave a route out of poverty, especially in the us, where tradesmen are very very well paid. To start I would look into HBI, Home Builders Institute. Look what is possible in your Area, than pick a Trade with the oldest demographic average and which is hard to disrupt by technology, like plumbing. That would be my advice.

You are on the right track keep moving, especially because you ask for help.

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Yoda man. Got me some HBI calls for January at $13 and $17...tits jacked.

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I’m not surprised they are performing differently. HBI has little growth, low FCF, and tons of debt. I’d like Gildan (GIL) if I was gonna join the socks and underwear gang, but that’s just me.

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I’m not surprised they are performing differently. HBI has low growth, low FCF, and a ton of debt. Looks like a dividend trap to me. I’d like Gildan more if I was looking to join the socks and underwear gang, but that’s just me.

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I am looking at boring stocks. $LEVI was my best performing stock last week. $HBI pays a 5.5% dividend yield. Hanesbrands Forward P/E is 6.36. What am I missing? Is no one going to buy clothes, or boxers, or bras anymore due to demand destruction? I actually think the consumer is more likely to spend their cash on new clothes over stay at home tech since everyone is going back to work at the office, going to the bars, and baseball games etc after being locked up for 2 years.

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Are you wheeling HBI?

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I think I'm going to sell some puts for HBI today to aquire shares, already playing sold 8/19 $11P. Loose's play.

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HBI selling 8/19 $11P

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Sold a put on HBI $11 August 19 for $1.18

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HBI

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HBI

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HBI

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>Any suggestions to get me back to where I was in October?

It's a gambler's fallacy to think that you can get back to your original value; the market doesn't care where you were and, to be blunt, neither should you. Just look for what are the best investments today.

Your mistake was investing in high P/E stocks, which had no support once the market turned south. To build a better portfolio, concentrate on stocks with solid earnings, reasonable P/E valuations, and at least some with a good dividend to cushion any downdrafts.

The good news is that there are bargains out there. My take on some to look at:

tech - GOOGL, META, AAPL

financials - C, GS

industrials - PH, SWK, LMT

consumer durables - WHR

consumer staples - HBI, KTB, CAG

retail - HD, LOW, WMT

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AMZN, SBUX, MCD, PINS, HBI, GIL, SHOO, SCVL, MET, GS

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Yeah I just checked my holdings, I have a total of 35ish stocks in my Roth (I pick 2-5 of the companies I have the highest convection in per sector) and the only one was green today was HBI, and this is including my dividend etfs. The only good side of this is because I am a dividend growth investor a tooon of my holdings just had their yield go up today which means more shares for me when it comes time for that DRIP to start next week when they start to roll in for this month. Gonna be nice getting ABBV, AAPL, AMAT, C, ET, HBI, KMI, NUE, OKE, O, and STAG for a discounted rate from where they would have been.

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I would avoid them. IMHO, if you want to go bottom fishing in apparel, you should look to the companies that provide basics at reasonable prices, and are trading at low P/Es and paying good dividends = LEVI, HBI, VFC

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HBI: 15.01

GGB: 5.45

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Investing in $HBI before I head to Walmart to buy underwear.

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i'd be surprised, but pleased, if anyone else owned $HBI (Hanes)

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In 2020 I liquidated and started over my 3yr return has been 85.5% my current positions are AMCR AGM HTGC KMI ABBV PRI HBI BTI OHI VALE this is my IRA rollover so its set on drip with minimal contributions because it doesn’t give me any tax advantage because if my company sponsored one

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MO, PM, XOM, KHC, HBI, VZ, KO. Just weather the storm and use the dividends to pick up battered growth stocks when you think they are near their bottom.

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Not to brag but I tripled my 401k contribution in mid-March 2020 and left it there through June. That allowed me to get HBI at $10, NKE at 81, PTON at $23 (I sold at $32 lol), LVGO at $25, NEE at $56, BRK.B at $185, F at $5, CMG at $448, LULU at $172, MKL at $722, DIS at $101, more NKE at $85, TRUP at $30, DAL at $23, GMED at $58, COST at $311. Early in my investing years, I would panic buy or sell. Now, I buy when I see dips and pullbacks and corrections. I've added to existing positions over 100 times since November 2021 when NASDAQ started its pullback and I'll keep adding. Buy and hold always wins if you can be disciplined.

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I've been working ABBV and PCRX. SPY put in @ 3.01 out at 4.47 today.

HBI is a recession indicator that hit 52 week lows. Just going to regroup and see what is shaking before morning bell.

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I cant wait for my $HBI puts I’m gonna buy at close to print tomorrow

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$HBI @ 20

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And EAF's can not use blast furnace pellets or DR grade pellets. The require the pellets be upgraded to HBI or DRI before being used as EAF feed.

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Perhaps before calling someone out on a reply to a 5 month old thread you should have a bit more knowledge? There are regular blast furnace pellets and DRI grade pellets used to make HBI. Pellets are not innately DRI. Of Cliffs operating mines only two make pellets suitable for making DRI. North shore and Minorca. FWIW inworked for Cleveland Cliffs as a Supervisor and then as a Met Tech. The Met Tech is the guy who has control of pellet composition and physical properties.

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They can use DRI or HBI pellets, but not regular iron ore pellets. There isn't much DRI or HBI available in the US.

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1-4% each. Rest is cash

ALL

VIAC

SWBI

SNBR

ROKU

INTC

BABA

MO

FB

HBI

HPQ

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Calls on HBI

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>Funny story - related but kind of random -

In 2020 - for Christmas My daughter asked for Champion Clothes, (Sweatshirts and shirts) - I was like why champion? Why not Nike or Adidas or something? She just likes them she said - but the next day at her school I picked her up and i saw why - all the kids at her school were wearing Champion shirts - they were the hot thing.

I went home that day and bought 50 shares of HBI (around $15) - Hanes, who owns Champion (took a bit of research to figure that out) - 10 weeks later I had 25% gains on a random hunch. I wish i had bought 5000 shares - but it was a random hunch so it was a small buy - but it worked out, I sold half when it was up to $20 - and still have a few shares in my IRA I think.

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Holding onto a commodity stock (HBI) far too long and convincing myself that this old company can make the transition to ecommerce. I doubled down after losing half my investment and lost another 20% on top of that.

What I learned:

If you're not careful, emotions will cloud your judgement. Everyone says this, but until you're faced with the decision to cut bait, you don't know how you'll react. I, for one, kept holding until it was blatantly obvious that this wasn't a winner.

Also, for me, stocks are fun money. 90+% of your equity portfolio should be in ETFs.

Fortunately this lesson wasn't a huge dent in my net worth.

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The holes in my socks are only getting bigger, calls on hbi

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Ford, Western Union, HBI, HPE or SOFI

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I’m more interested in seeing how they will pivot into the current massive spike in workout clothes sales with the market shift into athleisure. The sports bra market has exploded and anticipated to hold or grow more with a segment of the population electing for general purpose use of workout / athletic clothes for everyday and employment activities.

Right now they are competing against UA, NKE, HBI, WACLF to name a few plus several high profile privately held companies such as Shefit, Title 9 and others.

Buybacks seem more to fluff the share price than expand long term outlooks.

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Uhh.. 54m volume on HBI.. new underwear release ?

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Right now I have 17 stocks - AAPL (20%) SQ (13%) ROKU (8%), DIS (8%) MSFT (6%), AMD (5%), ATVI (5%), BABA (4%), MU (3%), TDOC (3%), and the rest in HBI, NVD, GOEV, SBUX, F, KO, SFM.

And 3 ETFs, ARKQ, SPUS, and HLAL. Those are still small positions since I just started DCA into them a few months ago.

I started investing back in 2018 but am still learning. My oldest positions are AAPL, SQ, MSFT, F, HBI and ATVI. My total gain on my entire portfolio is 35% over 4 years of investing in stocks. I’m maxing out my IRA and ROTH IRA so that’s where the main $ goes. My stocks portfolio is what I consider my “fun investing.”

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No I don’t do percentages. I have 20 or so stocks that i keep $7000 in. It goes over that, i will sell 1 share…unless it’s a low dollar stock. F, hbi, ely are some of the low dollar stocks. If it dips (tgt) I’ll buy one share. Sold 1 tgt yesterday bought 1 today, plus 10 to “flip”.

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From the company fundamentals:

Cleveland-Cliffs Inc. is a flat-rolled steel producer and manufacturer of iron ore pellets in North America. The Company is vertically integrated from mined raw materials and direct reduced iron to primary steelmaking and downstream finishing, stamping, tooling, and tubing. It serves a diverse range of markets due to its flat-rolled steel products offerings. The Company's fully integrated portfolio includes custom-made pellets and hot briquetted iron (HBI); flat-rolled carbon steel, stainless, electrical, plate, tinplate, and long steel products; as well as carbon and stainless-steel tubing, hot and cold stamping, and tooling. The Company sells its products to customers in four market categories, automotive; infrastructure and manufacturing, which includes electrical power; distributors and converters, and steel producers, which consume iron ore and metallics.

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Most of the mega cap tech stocks aren't at nosebleed valuations if they can maintain their growth rates. GOOGL is at 20x their 2024 earnings estimate, AMZN is at 32x, APPL is 23x, and FB is 17x.

I agree that value stocks haven't gotten the love they deserve, so I've been taking a barbell approach, with allocations split between the mega-cap techs and value (C, CVS, WHR, PHM, HBI, CAG, LMT, XOM, etc).

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My apologies, still new to investing to be honest, my opinion is simply coming from living in the industry.

I would say over the next year, maybe even sooner. So i guess that isnt a long play. I more meant this isnt some pump and dump stock. Buy this week and sell in two....

IF, IF there is a shortage of scrap then EAF mills will be forced to buy pellets. Some of these companies have DRI plants which produce pellets, but not all of them have DRI plants. I believe mills are already a bit worried and now more EAFS are coming on line. I CANNOT PREDICT 23 AND BEYOND. Steel industry is currently in uncharted waters. Irresponsible to make that long of a prediction and for me to make any "definite" conclusions.

For reference.... "In a DR process, iron ore pellets and/or lump iron ores are reduced by a reducing gas to produce DRI or hot briquetted iron (HBI)." https://www.sciencedirect.com/topics/chemical-engineering/iron-ore-pellet

NOTE: (SHORTAGE is VERY different then what we are STARTING to experience, which what we call a tightening. a Shortage is a severe situation. All "shortages" start with "tightenings", but not al; "tightenings" lead to "shortages")

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As for prices going down and scrap going up? Definitely not unloading excess inventory....

Even though prices have dropped substantially (See my Edits for an example of price), they are still FAR higher then what steel should be. So the mill is still making a killing and making sure they capture business as the market drops.

As for futures, i watch them for sure, but they are only one of a multitude of 'indicators' i watch to construct a prediction of the future. I dont believe futures carry enough weight in the industry to effect the extreme price drop as of late.

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SO my only guess? Mills are worried about their scrap supply. That would be a pretty solid explanation of the paradox between scrap going up and prices going down.

Also prices have to drop, they arent realistic and nature finds a way. So prices dropping is natural and a relief to be honest. They cant stay 350% high forever....

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Auto demand hasn’t dropped, auto supply has dropped, the demand is still there, especially next year. Automotive uses long term forecast contracts where they agree on prices and load over the next calendar year. Cliffs is opting out of those contracts OR Big River etc. will pick up the contracts at a more competitive price then CLFs is willing to allow. This is fine for now because steel prices are high, they can err on the side of ignoring the automotive customers and run the quick hot rolled products for an easy buck. When the steel prices drop and the automotive contracts are no where to be found they will once again be at the mercy of the buyers. This narrative where they can control pricing of inputs, HBI, scrap, is catchy but steel prices are like stop losses, they find the point where CLFs will be unprofitable. When the music stops CLFs will have turned away all the customers they need to weather a downturn.

CLFs management fired top layer staff when they bought AKS and AM and veteran staff are quitting. They promoted middle managers to positions they are inexperienced at and you have an experience chasm between Cliffs executives who know raw supply, and AM/AKS middle managers who know steel. The executive experience you fired before the merge knew how to weather a downturn and cut costs. LG has the Elon effect though, he’s a character. Also I’m full of shit to some extent, I hear a lot from people who may not know what they are talking about. Seriously though the top executives have all the courage of a high school quarterback, when the steel prices drop they will have to play in the Super Bowl, and likely sell the stock they bought at a loss.

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I know this is WSB , but I'm playing it safe in this market. Bought Jan 22 calls on CVS and HBI. Actually did my research for once and both companies are undervalued with decent upside.

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HBI (hanes brands) Leaps… most analysts have a price target of $22-$26

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If I were starting out, I would pick a company from each major sector of the economy, and learn the businesses by reading annual reports and research. Off the top of my head:

- tech: GOOGL - perhaps the most diversified of the tech megacaps

- financial: C - the cheapest of the money center banks

- medical: CVS - owns Aetna, so it has a wide net in the provision of medical care. Has been paying down debt from its acquisition of Aetna, so its stock has been languishing for the last few years. Next year they should get debt down to their target where they said they would resume dividend increases and stock buybacks, which should drive the price higher.

- industrial/defense - LMT - a leader in aerospace and space

- consumer - HBI - Well established consumer basics clothing brand, and owns Champion for faster growing sportsware. (if you want to be a little more conservative, maybe PEP or PG)

- consumer durable - WHR - inexpensive, limited cyclicality, and gives you exposure to the growth in homebuilding

This gives you exposure to most of the US economy in a handful of stocks and will give you a steady and growing dividend of about 2.5%

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That is an extremely concentrated portfolio, limiting yourself to hi tech megacaps.

If I wanted to build a simple portfolio, I would pick one stock per industry. Off the top of my head:

- tech: GOOGL - perhaps the most diversified of the tech megacaps

- financial: C - the cheapest of the money center banks

- pharma: MRK - well diversified and growth oriented

- industrial/defense - LMT - a leader in aerospace and space

- consumer - HBI - Well established consumer basics clothing brand, and owns Champion for faster growing sportsware. (if you want to be a little more conservative, maybe PEP or PG)

- consumer durable - WHR - inexpensive, limited cyclicality, and gives you exposure to the growth in homebuilding

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This gives you exposure to most of the US economy in a handful of stocks and will give you a steady and growing dividend of about 2.5%

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So this is my trading account that is more or less “play” money. (Grown it from 300 to around 3500 and plan on adding to it a few hundred bucks each month). Not life savings or anything. Basically money I can afford to lose but hope to grow into something over the next 10-20 years.

It’s heavy on Consumer Cyclicals because a few purchases are just companies I like (WWE, Cracker Barrel).

I am trying to diversify somewhat evenly and as I get more $$ I plan on adding Kroger (for my consumer non cyclical) and some Industrials and Utilities stocks. I’m also trying to keep a good chunk in dividend stocks. Ideally I’d like to add some ETFs too.

DKNG - 2 shares DS - 25 HVBT -25 INVZ - 25 NAKD -100 (plan on selling off when it hits .90) OXSQ - 25 SKLZ - 5 TEVA - 10 UA - 10 WTER -25

BABA - 1 CBRL - 2 CPNG -5 DX -10 HBI - 10 NJR - 3 PFE -7 SCCO -5 SU - 10 T - 10 VALE -8 WWE - 2

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Bought HBI calls during the 30 min it was green today.

I am not a smart man

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Depends on what you're looking for. I keep a watchlist of the 50 lowest priced stocks on the S&P 500 and use that to look for ones that are experiencing high IV rank and down days. I use this for my semi-stable wheel plays. I also have a few meme or near-meme stocks that I play for a bit more fun. Currently have open plays on the following <$20 tickers: AAL, CAN, CLOV, F, HBI, LUMN, NEGG, ORPH, TLRY.

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Was doing DD on this thought about jumping in but smells fishy. Went in on $HBI instead of buying the hype.

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They were used to produce pig iron which CLF no longer needs as they have sufficient production of HBI to substitute the pig iron. They're scrapping the furnaces to reduce pig iron capacity

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Not at all! The steel industry has learned not to flood the market when prices are good. Overproducing is tempting but ultimately not in anyone’s best interest, so Cliffs are in no hurry to fire up these sites.

Cliffs also just celebrated the 6 month mark of operation/production of hot-briquetted iron (HBI) at the state-of-the art Direct Reduction plant in Toledo, Ohio.

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Who's gonna benefit most from back to school boom & extra money families are getting for kids? NKE, UAA, HBI, WMT, AMZN? I don't currently have positions in any of these, just looking for discussuon

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CLF is a larger company than Nucor on capacity alone (12.5million mt vs 17million mt at CLF $$$) CLF has an untouchable moat with HBI in blast furnaces and sole producer of GOES in US. Nucor is a great company but the fact it’s trading at 3x the market cap of CLF makes me think CLF has much less upside priced in

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Hbi, Pbct

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There was this one guy on here hyping it up for weeks and kept getting downvoted. I've been looking into HBI (Hanes) for my next consumer disc play. Just waiting to see if it'll dip further this week.

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HBI (Hanes) is looking like a good buy. Just hired a bunch of wal-mart execs to run the ship. Also own the Champion brand, which has seen a great resurgence these past few years.

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So you're saying all in HBI? It could work, maybe.

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Great DD!

$SCHN was one of the first DD’s I ever posted here.

Scrap is the FUTURE of steel making, along with HBI - which is why no one should sleep on $CLF.

China knows this.

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CLF has the strongest position out of all the steel producers now. The reason being timing/luck, their acquisition of MT’s US operations and the opening of the HBI facility both of which took several years. Both events occurred at a perfect time, during a super cycle. Spot price is still in price discovery mode and CLF has significantly more capacity than last year.

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Arc furnaces require scrap metal and/or HBI. Scrap has gotten real expensive and HBI producers, like $CLF, are refusing to sell HBI to their competitors. So $CMC and the like are not enjoying the profit margins of old school blast furnaces.

Green steel is coming but not during this investment horizon. And who knows what green steel will look like in ten years

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LG can produce cleaner steel. HBI and DRI these processes will produce Less pollution than scrap I think is what he’s been saying

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Don't sleep on $HBI! Options are cheap rn 😎💸

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What you say makes intuitive sense -- but how do you explain the increasing amounts of orders, all-time-high HBI numbers, 2004/5 level housing starts, etc? There's also the Delta Variant wildcard, but I'm not counting on that.

As you said, this is a casino!

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Not sure, haven't studied the historical correlation between them. I'd look back to 2000-ish numbers to see what happened there. My take is that there are enough signals that demand is through the roof (HBI, housing starts, prices, etc).

If I have time I'll start digging into the "new sales" methodology, numbers, and historical correlation

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The future of steel is the biggest question mark, but the consensus seems to be that current prices are unsustainable and that a lower stable price needs to form. But that base will be higher than historical prices, ~25% below where we are now, and that's still way above historical averages.

Regarding the environment, US-made steel is the cleanest in the world. Period. It generates half the emissions of Germany's or Japan's. China on the other hand is the most pollutant country in the world regarding steel. CLF is also implementing natural gas into their blast furnaces in order to curb emissions even more (and use less coke in the process). Their target is to cut emissions by 25% in the coming years.

Also, EAFs are as greener as the electricity source (Nucor is big on EAFs but that relies heavily on the prices and supply of scrap metal). CLF also invested in an HBI plant that went productive this year to complement EAFs use of scrap with iron feed.

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HBI actually looks like a great investment too btw, thanks for that!

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I would invest in LEVI, but the last 3 pairs of jeans I've bought from them have ripped at the seam. Going to take a look at HBI instead.

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I heard JPow fucks with his socks on. Calls on HBI.

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