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To: Rarebird who wrote (115286)2/25/2022 4:44:28 PM
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It seems that for BCX you can use the combination of stochastics and correlation with oil to time your entry and exits well.

Have a look here:

To: Rarebird who wrote (115286)2/25/2022 10:07:56 PM
From: rogermci┬«  Respond to of 116189
Benchmark bumped target to 125 from 110 yesterday. Stock is stupid cheap. Normalized earnings assuming housing is in a secular bull market would be $15 to $20 a share. Company is minting money not to mention shoring up the balance sheet. We ain't seen nothing yet.

To: Rarebird who wrote (115286)2/28/2022 5:45:50 PM
From: rogermci┬«  Read Replies (2) | Respond to of 116189
Can you give me your take on RYI chart? They are a steel processor and and my third largest holding.

Company reported $7.56 in earnings last week on $5.6 billion in revenue for 2021. There are no current estimates for 2022 although the company guided Q1 earnings in the range of $3.78 to $3.94. Stupid cheap like BXC and we can assume normalized earnings and revs will be lower in 2022 as will BXC.