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Nucor Corporation

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$NUE

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If your time horizon is that long just switch to NUE or OXY leaps

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Fuck I bought $Nue not $Nu

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>*KKR to Sell CHI Overhead Doors to Nucor for $3B Including Debt $KKR $NUE

^*Walter ^Bloomberg ^@DeItaone ^at ^2022-05-16 ^07:31:13 ^EDT-0400

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I like to listen to his show as a podcast. I don’t take anyones online advice or recommendations as gospel, but the stocks he recommended that I did buy are some of my only green positions. NVDA, STZ, UNP, NUE. He obviously recommends a ton of stocks and many are underwater right now. But I am happy with the lessons I have taken from him.

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I know this is satire, but us steel is a shit company. If you're going in steel try CLF, MT, NUE, anything but X

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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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After reading all your BS and made DD my conclusions was buying more to my portfolio ARKK, SPY, TSLA, APPLE, BRK-B , TELL, NVDA, ASML, MU, NUE, MSFT, GOOGLE, HYMC, AMZN, RBLX

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buy containership stocks: ZIM, GSL, SBLK, DAC, CMRE, GOGL;

also buy metals and oil stocks: NUE, CNQ, COP, EOG, E, MRO, OXY, TTE, VET, FANG, MGY, TMST, CLF, CMC, TECK, FCX.

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Everything you named is exactly what you said, it’s shit. I own 0 of those companies. 0. None. Retards in the casino will go broke, but me with my 20 P/E GOOGL, 12 PE VZ, or 9 PE NUE, yeah I’ll be alright.

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$NUE just went on basically a 100% run from earnings in 90 days… looking for the next play over some beers 🍻

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#Ban Bet Lost

/u/Fog_Juice (0/1) made a bet that NUE would go to 170.0 when it was 161.05 and it did not, so they were banned for a week.

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I’ve been making some nice $ this week playing puts on NUE for this reason

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Nue It’s at an all time high

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He definitely has a greatest hits of inverses but he was bullish on NUE for a long time and that one has gone from 90 to 180.

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NUE

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I'm always happy to help out a fellow idiot. Here's a preliminary list of construction stocks I've put together:

ACA ARCAY ATCX BLD BWMN CAT CMMXF DBMG EME FLR FLR GVA IBP LII MYRG NUE NVEE PWCO PWR RCMT ROAD SHW STRL VMC

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Low PE Growth Stocks: ZIM 1.4; DAC 1.6; BXC 2.2; AOSL 2.7; BNTX 3.2; HIMX 3.5; WIRE 4.0; ONEW 4.0; MATX 4.1; NBN 4.1; GGB 4.1; BCC 4.2; ESEA 4.2; SBLK 4.3; AMRK 4.4; STLD 4.6; THO 4.7; ELP 4.8; CG 4.9; GPI 4.9; AN 4.9; VSTO 4.9; GSL 5.1; HZO 5.3; ITIC 5.3; RM 5.4; USAK 5.5; ASO 5.5; CMC 5.8; NUE 5.8; BKE 6.0; ABG 6.1; EVR 6.3; PAG 6.5; ATKR 6.6; SAFM 6.6 KLIC 6.7;

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Low PE Growth Stocks: ZIM 1.4; DAC 1.6; BXC 2.2; AOSL 2.7; BNTX 3.2; HIMX 3.5; WIRE 4.0; ONEW 4.0; MATX 4.1; NBN 4.1; GGB 4.1; BCC 4.2; ESEA 4.2; SBLK 4.3; AMRK 4.4; STLD 4.6; THO 4.7; ELP 4.8; CG 4.9; GPI 4.9; AN 4.9; VSTO 4.9; GSL 5.1; HZO 5.3; ITIC 5.3; RM 5.4; USAK 5.5; ASO 5.5; CMC 5.8; NUE 5.8; BKE 6.0; ABG 6.1; EVR 6.3; PAG 6.5; ATKR 6.6; SAFM 6.6 KLIC 6.7.

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Steel industry is booming with infrastructure package just starting to get off the ground too. I'm all in on $NUE

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Ban Bet Created: /u/Fog_Juice bet NUE goes from 161.05 to 170.0 before 2022-04-29 18:55:08.926762-04:00

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!banbet NUE 170 1w

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Selling nothing, i believe in my portfolio… though i might trim some of my xom/cvx/nue for beaten down tech like msft goog or nvda

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Selling nothing, i believe in my portfolio… though i might trim some of my xom/cvx/nue for beaten down tech like msft goog or nvda

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Was cash gang but went all in on CLF, CVE, CLR, SU, ROCC, NUE, SLB and UPST at the close. Way overdone for oil cos today. These companies are all about to report record earnings next week.

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$NUE is up nicely but it should be much higher after that earnings. A record quarter with guidance expecting another record quarter coming.

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NUE got me $3k this morning on earninfs

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NUE really came through this morning

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Cashed profits on $NFLX and $NUE for 2k and still down 3.5k on the day. I won't tell you my stupid plays that got me here....

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Wow nue

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> The thinking is interest, taxes, and depreciation affect the bottom line so you don't want to ignore them, as EBITDA does.

Not really. The rationale for using EBITDA is to isolate the business operations only. EBITDA tells you how the company is running -- is it profitable before adjusting for government-mandated payments (taxes), debt service, or asset maintenance costs.

I don't know anyone who actually uses a P/EBITDA ratio in stock picking, and Bruce Greenwald refers to this as a "pernicious practice" in his notes in Benjamin Graham's Security Analysis (6th. ed.). However, I can see the value only for the sake of mathematically comparing two extremely similar companies on a purely operational level: KO vs PEP, NUE vs. X, or UL vs. PG, perhaps.

Personally, whenever I find two market giants that are competing head to head globally, I just hedge my bets and buy them both in half-position sizes.

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Steel stocks have gone absolutely bonkers this year, i think that ship has sailed. I'm kicking myself for dumping most of my steel positions thinking they would cool down as supply chains settled.

Check out the 1 year on NUE.

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NUE has been absolutely mashing upwards. To think I was trading 120cs mid last year 🤡

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NUE makes up 5.7% of my overall portfolio currently.

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What to do with my NUE?

So I bought 2 shares of NUE back in feb of last year at a price point around 69.85. It has since hit record high after record high even today hitting a new high at $168. What should I do with my two shares? I hold them in my Roth IRA and want to start a position in them for a dividend growth portfolio I’m building in it. Part of me says to sell 1 and play with house money on the other but wouldn’t that hurt my overall income and drip further down the road?

Some other information about me; I’m 24 and only invest in dividend growth companies in my Roth IRA to give me some capital appreciation as well as income that can start to snowball.

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it's not rapidly growing. Look at where Reddit places in the app store rankings. It's constantly losing market share to newer social apps that have an amazing NUE.

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not for the actual business. You grow as a company by getting new users. You can only get new users if their new user experience is very good. Reddit's NUE is the complete opposite.

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LMT NRGU URA NUGT WEAT NUE

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NUE, AA, FCX have been talked about for ages ever since Biden released his renewable plan early 2021. I don't know what planet you've been sitting on that you didn't hear about them. They simply lost interest after Biden plan got shot down by Manchin, but they were saved by the Russian invasion.

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Bought nue because of the infrastructure deal a while back. Just checked gains tab today and saw this lol.

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NUE is better

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Seriously. I’m up over 100% on NUE before dividends.

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I moved to a dividend growth strategy in feb 2021. All of them, except citi which I’m holding simply due to its cheap P/B ratio, are doing great. Fucking ABBV NUE STLD ET OKE PEP STAG all kicking ass in the last year

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Red days can’t melt steel beams.

NUE 200 EOY and CLF 40 EOY.

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American Steel is basically just NUE SD and X

NUE is also the company that every other one should model

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Mostly got lucky selling a bunch of TWTR weekly $45Ps earlier this week to offset the losses of my tech leaps. Material stuff (NUE mainly) ended basically flat from last Friday’s close so I was able to collect a bit there selling $150Cs that expired almost worthless today without really changing the underlying.

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Nice! I don't know what's next for SLM. It made the run I wanted. I made the money I was hoping for and got out. Turns out I should have held longer, but huge congrats to you.

Since then I have been in and out of a ton of stuff. My most recent ride was NUE, but I recently sold that. I really don't like much right now on the long side. The only notable tradable long position I'm in right now is silver. I do own some paper silver, but also took some pretty big positions in physical silver, which I still have. One small position in gold.

I was keeping my eye on MOS, MSFT, CPNG, AMZN, UNH, but they've all made moves up that I'm not happy getting in at. I just don't like the feeling in the markets right now, so I'm just going to hedge against inflation and wait.

Thanks for checking back in with your update. Makes me happy. Makes me more likely to share any ideas in the future.

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Common NUE do a cliff fall

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Alani Nue is my new go to

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Need some pullbacks for entries tomorrow. The only setups I like right now are HD, PG, UNP, NUE

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That or lost money money following his actual suggestions, yes. Unless you have a ton of evidence showing that he cost you money or that he was wrong during a certain period of time across all investments (y’all forget he’s been advocating NUE since the mid $60’s and that’s done over a 100% in gains.

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NUE, X and CLF all fell substantially, was this triggered by any news, or is it just pulling back after the recent height?

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Just an fyi, there r currently insider sells for $NUE.

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Hi, I have a list of stocks that I'd want to invest in every month for growth but which stocks would you put the least and most money into?

Sorry if this is a silly question I am new to investing but if I can't post this here please guide me to the right place thanks 😅
The list is:
Amazon, apple, Alphabet, Tesla, Microsoft
Nvidia, AMD, MRVL, Paypal, Mastercard
Visa, TSM, Broadcom, Etsy, LRCX
ISRG, Costco, Pepsico, Qualcomm, Sony
Enphase, LMVH, christian dior, DDOG, MELI
Micron, UUUU(energy fuels), SLI, ASML, BLDR
Cameco, Nasdaq, Salesforce, Chipotle, Garmin
Ubiquiti, AMRK, ABBV, NUE

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I honestly don't look at my portfolio this way, so I don't have three. But by far my biggest bet is BRKA shares purchased many years ago, so I guess that is one. Since there are always disrupters and economic cycles, I can't say for sure I'd hold any stock other than BRK for longer than 5 years, tho BRK does cover me on AAPL lol.

Moving into commodity-related stocks in late 2021 is an uncharacteristic huge sector overweight for me, and I sold all my tech (ex GOOGL, MSFT, NVDA) to do this. So atm I'm up to my neck in ADM, DE, MOS, CF, CVX, EOG, SLB, BHP, AA, NUE, FCX, with a CLF trade kicker, minor positions in other ags and energy, plus long metals futures. Not intending to maintain this huge overweight, cuz I suspect the obligatory raw materials and labor cost inflation commentary during Q1 earnings calls is gonna make markets tank on global economic contraction concerns.

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Totally understand CLF, as I've met with its management on several occasions as part of my energy and mining and minerals equity analyst job. This topic regards companies that you'd hold (essentially) forever, and you're citing current conditions for buying the stock that will certainly not persist for 30 years. That being said, I own 1000 shares of CLF, plus NUE and X and the SLX, and many other miners like BHP, RIO, CCJ, plus Canadian junior miners and rails. In fact, in Dec I moved 50% of my entire portfolio into commodity-related companies, incl ags like MOS, NTR, CF, IPI, ADM, DE, CTVA, and all energy sub-sectors. Despite Russia CLF a trade in a highly cyclic industry, not a forever hold.

And don't ever listen to Cramer. We had a junior trader who was tasked with trading against every Cramer "opinion" on the next day's open, and it was very profitable "strategy".

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$DUK, $NUE, $BAC

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I should really just sell everything and dump it into NUE calls. Shit never goes down.

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Ty! Is it NUE?

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Buys for the day - AMD BAC CRM CRWD HD NUE UNP

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NUE also. I’m up 50% on Nucor but I don’t think steel is done running yet.

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Ahhh fair enough. Yeah I think most of the big tech names will continue to do reasonably well for the foreseeable future. AMZN, AAPL, GOOG. Also keeping an eye on JPM, V, WYNN, ATVI, KO, F, BA, BRK.B, AMD, NUE in no particular order.

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Oil has been a terrible investment for years, so I wouldn't count on the current uptick lasting. Gold has almost no use beyond currency hedging, so it's risky. Personally, I'm in copper miners like FCX and steel recyclers like NUE, which are ways to play both commodities and equities at the same time.

However, I wouldn't give up on other stocks either. Tech may be hitting a bottom. Green energy/transport plays like TAN, QCLN and TSLA are rising from last year's dip. I'd stay away from financials, however.

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NUE and LLY with some great RS against the market carrying over from yesterday having broken through their SMAs

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here are your tickers:

UEC, DNN, - uranium

OXY, RIG, - oil

VALE, - nickel

AG, TRQ, - gold, silver, copper

TELL - natural gas

CLF, (or x, or nue) - steel

SBSW, - palladium

WEAT, SOYB, CORN - foods going up

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+8.2% year to date. 30% of my portfolio is DOG and PSQ. 30% is long NUE, avg share price of $95. I have been in and out of JPM and F.

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Riding that $NUE rec from you back in November still...I'm basically 80% cash, 15% NUE, 5% "other". I'm up something like 12% on the year based on that mix.

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Any of you have any good plays for this shit? For me its BNO, USO, FANG for oil and energy. MOS for fertilizer. CORN and WEAT, you can figure those out. FCX for copper. NUE and CLF for steel. Ive got some of these already and im also of the belief that this shit is just getting started so im adding more tomorrow. Also puts on pretty much any tech or retailer

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Are we here to complain and talk about buying fucking spaghetti or are we here to figure out how to profit from whats going on? Any of you have any good plays for this shit? For me its BNO, USO, FANG for oil and energy. MOS for fertilizer. CORN and WEAT, you can figure those out. FCX for copper. NUE and CLF for steel. Ive got some of these already and im also of the belief that this shit is just getting started so im adding more tomorrow.

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CVX-Chevron. I bought it 1/19 and all I can think is I wish I had purchased more of it. It's up 23% since purchase.

For stocks I've owned for the entirety of 2022 (so far): ACI (Albertsons) +20%. NUE (Nucor) +22%. RIO (Rio Tinto) +22%.

Worst are GM (General Motors) -28%. WTS (Watts Water) -26%. Several others are right around -15%, but I'm not going to see which on breaks the tie.

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I'd stay out of anything that can be further damaged by increasing oil prices. These sanctions are nowhere near over yet and neither is this war. Putin would have to pack up and leave ASAP and it looks like he's not backing down. If he doesn't, it's likely Russia will still lose to the insurgency effort that is imminent.

While it's wise to start compiling a shopping list of beaten down stocks, I don't think it's anywhere near time to start "buying the dip." Energy, oil, steel all still have room to run.

My plays are currently call options on USO and X. I also made about 40% on NUE stock.

My plays for next week are to get LEAPs on CLF and MRO possibly for Jan 2023. I expect that there will be political pressure to lower oil prices around midterm elections.

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Hey guys, look at what Russia and Ukraine produce, buy companies that make, produce, mine that. These sanctions aren't just going to lift overnight, so you'll know when to hop out, and it's likely just on its way up. Look at AA (aluminum), MOS (fertilizer materials), SBSW (palladium, among other metals), to name a few. You don't need to just sit on what you are holding when you know the materials these companies sell are becoming scarce. There's a boatload of companies you can hop into. Energy, steel, shipping- all are going to continue making money. Supply chain stocks: MATX, SBLK, NMM, DAC, ZIM, TGH, AAWW. Chips could go either way but INTC has a low p/e and seems to have some gov support (and are talking to ARM...), steel stocks: NUE, CLF, TX. Copper: FCX. Also look at TECK and the WEAT ETF.

Watch the futures for indicators: https://finviz.com/futures.ashx

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I’m making a killing buying American mats. NUE doing wonders for me with an average price of like $52.

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The 10 Best Performing S&P 500 Stocks of February:

$SEDG: 34.1% $MOS: 31.2% $NUE: 29.8% $FCX: 26.1% $LHX: 20.6% $NOC: 19.5% $RL: 19.1% $ENPH: 18.7% $CF: 17.9% $DVN: 17.8%

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Buy X, NUE or CLF.

Way better than Brazilian steelmaker.

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Commodity stocks are currently pumping up huge rn. Everyone is talking about oil, but barely a words going around on steel. Hrc (steel futures) are up to 1050 from a low of 970 after a bearish few months, 4 major steel companies are buying back stock now, and my current position in steel (CLF) is up about 25% on the month. X, NUE, and STLD are other good plays for steel.

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I think today is a good to exit NUE.

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NUE

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FTNT and NUE looking strong this morning, good relative strength against SPY and good volume. Happy hunting boys

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https://www.google.com/amp/s/mobile.reuters.com/article/amp/idUSKBN29A1QM that’s January 2021… I like AA and NUE

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Oil has already gone up significantly. The time to buy was a month or so ago.

I did buy XOM and SHEL and those have shown gains. Same with my X calls and NUE stock for steel.

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FCX NUE CLF

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NUE 125

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So should I buy X and NUE because of the Russian metal sanctions, or should I avoid them because material costs are going to go out.

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First time ever as I can remember market goes down and my stocks do not. I do two strategies:

  1. Carry Strategy (dividend stocks): YTD -0.8%. Contains ABBV,AVGO,CAT,CLX,CMI,CSCO,CTVA,DD,DOW,EMR,F,FE,GILD,GIS,HST,IBM,IFF,JNJ,K,KD,KMB,LMT,LUMN,MET,MRK,NUE,O,OGN,ONL,OXY,PFE,PFG,PM,PRU,SLB,T,TRI,VTRS,VZ
  2. Momentum and growth, my playground: YTD +3.13%. Contains AA,AEG,ANDE,AR,ARCB,ARCH,BBAR,BG,BIG,BP,CEIX,CENX,CEPU,CLS,CMC,COWN,DAR,E,HBM,HIMX,HUN,KMX,LPI,MLI,MT,MUSA,PTR,SHEL,RUSHA,SM,SMCI,TBI,TMST,TPH,TROX,TRQ,UVE,VIST,VTOL,WFG,ZIM

Almost no tech, some energy, all sectors. 80 titles, shit, that is a lot. I don't like to sell, my motto: hold as long as possible... but not longer.

BTW: I explained my carry strategy rules here: I am a robot

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Tanks need steel - Calls on CLF and NUE?

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Isn't this bullish for NUE and CLF? New tanks need steel.

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NUE you beautiful bastard

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NUE better drop at open

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Highest EPS and Rev Growth:

SIMO: 4225%, 83.7% AOSL: 2781%, 21.7% TECK: 1273%, 83% HIMX: 1260%, 75.5% MGY: 1240%, 134% PXD: 1042%, 176.5% WLK: 942%, 61% PFE: 933%, 104% TLYS: 843%, 47% SGH: 800%, 61% SBLK: 796%, 107.5% TSLA: 754%, 65% GGB: 650%, 62% R: 600%, 175% TTE: 600%, 71% DDS: 586%, 43.5% SAFM. 554%, 49% NRG: 547%, 135% CMRE: 521%, 100% STLD: 517%, 135% NUE: 513%, 97% DAC: 510%, 65% WIRE: 490.5%, 80.5% DFIN: 481%, 18% GOGL: 461%, 126% CNQ: 431%, 81%

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NUE and SPY puts checking in

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NUE is a beast of a stock. Cramer got something right

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If you’re more value oriented, fwd pe can be a good way of measuring whether things may go. Late 2020/2021 I was very much into materials stocks like aluminum like AA and ALB and steel like NUE and CLF.

When it came to steel, it was pretty obvious the cyclical forces of the economy may weigh more heavily on steel given forecasted fwd pe were expected to double each year.

Same for transports like ZIM, another stock that treated me very well but that now I’m out.

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Yeh with $NUE and others aluminum so hot right now…. I wonder how $MT do today?

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Calls on $X and $NUE? My NUE shares are up like 30% in a few weeks. I also have calls on X to 27.50. Let’s gooooo

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Got a lot of similar stuff on our list! Dont have HD but have LOW, and dont have NUE but have CLF.

I've been avoiding FB for now but definitely considering getting in if it keeps dropping. At a certain point, there's just too much value there even their growth drops to 0 (which it obv wont).

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AMD, HD, NUE, AAPL, MS. I don't have ASML on my list but I'm going to keep an eye on it.

Also, I started FB at 249 and will add if it goes below 210.

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Picked up these 2/18 calls a little after open yesterday:

50x 25c 50x 21c 5x 19c

Plus some MT, X, NUE.

Going well. Will unload enough to cover my cost basis before earnings and see what happens 🎲 🎲 with the rest.

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I will add to $NUE over $120.50 but will keep the second half more for a quick trading piece.
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Decided to go long $NUE here half position. $118.78. Will keep a tight stop $115ish.
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$NUE Amid depressed demand due to China’s ongoing COVID-19-related lockdowns and disrupted global supply chains … https://t.co/PagBgvEgF9
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Why aren't the steel companies shorts? Looks like they are absurdly overearning. $STLD $X $NUE
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$NUE After a sharp retracement from all-time high levels towards a key support area of $117, NUE bounced higher. As long as this level holds as support, we can expect further upside towards the next resistance level at $140. #MarketObservations #TechAnalysis #OptionsPlay https://t.co/UJl3Lt2Ziu
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Todays Watchlist 👇🚨 $NIO $PLUG $RBLX $SQ $NUE $KTOS $RIVN $LOW $TSLA $TGT $WMT $NVDA Always manage your risk and take profits when profits come! SEE MONEY, TAKE MONEY! #InvestrWatchlist
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$NUE sitting on the 200SMA on the Daily. https://t.co/xIFuTsn7XC
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$NUE is down 8 straight days with a loss of -22.5% https://t.co/g3LGMlmbwu
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$NUE is facing a lot of positive pressure with an imbalance of 361 K. Learn more about net option delta https://t.co/MVU2BnppXU https://t.co/Y5ECci7zCP
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Nucor CEO: C.H.I. Overhead Doors acquisition is a 'homerun' $NUE
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Private-equity giant KKR aims to make big returns for its investors when it sells a company. Its latest deal will also deliver a serious payout for the company’s workers. https://t.co/NEyHucOQWp Very cool. Also interesting that $NUE is vertically integrating
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I mainly watched the markets today. Bought a little $UNP to show my appreciation for the recent dividend raise. Also bought some $NUE because their stock price has been punished lately due to a slowly declining steel price. PADI $8,280 ➡️ $8,282
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$NUE Nucor has sold off hard post earnings ~ 30% now, at 200d MA and VPOC take out, which imo is a potential reversal spot 👀 https://t.co/ghT58lxxmG
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$NUE being supported on the 200D not my usual setup Long (day trade)
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$NUE 93.75% Profitability across 16 trades in 1 month. Profit Factor of 5.42 and rating is Bearish. https://t.co/2FbgVC62EE
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Nucor $NUE has agreed to acquire CHI Overhead Doors from $KKR for $3 Billion
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$NUE - Nucor to buy C.H.I. Overhead Doors in $3B deal https://t.co/MJufSCiG4n
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Here is a dividend firepower strategy involving some 🔥 dividend stocks! Kudos to Good Student Intelligent Investing! Stocks mentioned: $VZ $ABBV $CLX $CL $PG $CAT $HRL $ABT $NUE $AAPL https://t.co/0F0dV1MkzT
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Feels like good time to start buying again. $ZIM $60 easy load. Earnings next week. $NUE $125 great company worth holding long term
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