Cleveland-Cliffs Inc. (CLF)

NYSE : Non-Energy Minerals
Prev Close 8.01
Day Low/High 7.97 / 8.25
52 Wk Low/High 7.40 / 13.10
Avg Volume 9.04M
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 270.05M
Market Cap 2.16B
EPS 3.80
P/E Ratio 2.53
Div & Yield 0.24 (1.95%)
Delta, Polaris Will Fly Higher

Delta, Polaris Will Fly Higher

Delta and Polaris will continue their ascents and Freeport and Cliffs Natural have more to their futures than Fed decisions, says Don Hodges, Portfolio Manager for the Hodges Fund.

These Stocks Are Flying Too High

Investor enthusiasm seems to be getting ahead of these companies' stories.

Cliffs Natural downgraded at FBR Capital

A Decided Loss of Momentum

A Decided Loss of Momentum

I see no reason yet to move away from our very defensive posture, even on a short-term trading basis.

Stocks to Consider Buying at Right Time

Wait until the current downturn has run its course.

Flying Into the Stock Market

Investors would do well to emulate the pelican, not the gull.

Thoughts on Specific Stocks

These include VMware, Apple, Google, Cliffs Natural Resources, and the coal and financial sectors. By Bob Byrne A few comments on individual names to end the week: VMware (VMW) -- Absolutely beautiful-looking chart that should be on every momentum t...

Hunka Hunka Burning Love

My take on coal and steel. By Tim Collins For a while now, I've been saying that I believed coal was a second-half story. It was even one of my predictions at the beginning of the year. I will say that I had my doubts after watching the action in th...

Heads Up

Coal, steel and other basic materials are in favor. By Bob Byrne We're seeing very strong buying right out of the gate in stocks like Walter Energy (WLT), Peabody Energy (BTU), Vale (VALE), Cliffs Natural Resources (CLF) and U.S. Steel (X).

Big and Inexpensive

Cheap large-cap stocks have become a bit more scarce, but they still exist. 

Specific Stocks for a Frightening Market

Here's where I would put new money in a market that has structural problems.

Spotlighting the Smaller S&P 500 Stocks

No household names, and you don't hear much about them.

Picks for a More-of-the-Same World

Not much has changed, so stay in safe and cheap shares like these.

Coal Names Catching Upgrades

Coal Names Catching Upgrades

The charts for a couple of names I monitor in this sector look better than they have in a while.

Morning Es Trading

Morning Es Trading

Investing in any company involved in mining is bloody scary. 

Where the Bargains Are

Just check the list of new lows.

A Burning Interest in Coal

A Burning Interest in Coal

Cliffs Natural shakes off a downgrade.

Nibbling at Weakness on a Quiet Day

Nibbling at Weakness on a Quiet Day

Take a look at some beaten down coal sector names.

Checking the Coal Bucket

Checking the Coal Bucket

These beaten-down stocks should soon get plenty of attention.

Stocks for Aggressive Value-Seekers

These high-potential names are down for the year but could pay off big.

Copper Faces Daunting Headwinds

Copper Faces Daunting Headwinds

China consumes about 40% of the world's copper output.

Tech Stocks Dancing Around the Maypole

Only one of the three stocks looks like a buy.

Cliffs Natural Finds Believers

Cliffs Natural Finds Believers

And Sears hasn't quite broken out yet.

The Ne'er-Do-Wells Float to the Top

Maybe the secret is to do poorly?

Tackling the Rotation Dilemma

I have always resolved it in a practical, but chicken, way.

Stocks Finish Close to Flatline

Stocks Finish Close to Flatline

Stocks remained range-bound Monday, flatlining after Friday's record-breaking rally. TheStreet's Gregg Greenberg reveals the day's winners.

Cliffs Natural upgraded at FBR

Looking for Gushers in the Oil Patch

A lot of these smaller names sport very reasonable values given their growth trajectory.

Digging Deep for Value

Natural resource stocks are the cheapest in the world right now.