Vale SA (VALE)

11.18
0.35 3.00
NYSE : Non-Energy Minerals
Prev Close 11.53
Open 11.31
Day Low/High 11.11 / 11.31
52 Wk Low/High 6.49 / 13.67
Volume 24.74M
Avg Volume 25.89M
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 5.28B
Market Cap 56.05B
EPS -0.30
P/E Ratio N/A
Div & Yield 0.29 (2.82%)
'Doctor Copper' Looking Sickly

'Doctor Copper' Looking Sickly

The metal will likely take years to return to full health.

Potash Market Is Rebounding

According to Vale. Vale says potash market appears to be rebounding, even as Brazil lags other regions, expects better prices next year.

Miners Gaining Momentum

Miners Gaining Momentum

These three big names are gaining ground and pushing for a technical breakout.

Awash in Benign Action

Awash in Benign Action

Maybe people aren't scared enough.

The Breadth Is Impressive

The Breadth Is Impressive

Can it be different this time?

The Decline Isn't Over

The Decline Isn't Over

We need some fearful selling before finding significant support.

For the Nimblest Traders Only

For the Nimblest Traders Only

Only those who can catch iron-ore price turns should look to miners.

What a Real Bull Market Feels Like

What a Real Bull Market Feels Like

Lots to buy and not much that's down.

Buying Stocks by the Basket

Buying Stocks by the Basket

These 15 stocks have similar price patterns and technical setups.

The China Turn Is Real -- and Powerful

The China Turn Is Real -- and Powerful

It is also playable.

Is Copper's Move Done?

Is Copper's Move Done?

Dan Dicker matches wits with Stephanie Link over the latest rise in copper prices and where the stocks go from here.

A Sluggish Rebound

A Sluggish Rebound

Short-sellers may want to take profits, but I'd be wary of going long.

Spreading the Word

Spreading the Word

Fertilizer stocks, especially Mosaic, are trading at bargain prices.

CAT Has Claws for Bears

CAT Has Claws for Bears

I just think this stock's turned into a real crummy short.

Vale Close to Target

Vale Close to Target

Taking a first target scale of 1/3 the open position makes sense.

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...

Selling Some Vale

I am looking to sell roughly one-third of a swing long position between $15.45 and $15.50. By Bob Byrne As an update to an earlier discussion on Vale (VALE) in the comments section, I am looking to sell roughly one-third of a swing long position bet...

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).

Tough to Believe in This Mineral Rally

Tough to Believe in This Mineral Rally

The lack of adequate strength in the world's key economies make this an unresolved picture.

Turn Your Focus to Miners

Turn Your Focus to Miners

Mining companies are worth a look as the sector is seeing a pop, TheStreet's Dan Dicker tells Joe Deaux.

Southern Exposure

Southern Exposure

Two Brazilian stocks for common-sense investors.

Recommended Viewing

Run, don't walk, to watch the Petrobras segment from last night's 'Mad Money.' I thoroughly enjoyed this "Mad Money" segment last night on Petrobas (PBR) in which Tim "Not Phil or Judy" Collins and Jim "El Capitan" Cramer collaborate on an actionabl...

Morning Es Trading

Morning Es Trading

Investing in any company involved in mining is bloody scary. 

Dabbling in Precious Metals

Dabbling in Precious Metals

Overall, I like the concept of mixing Cameco with XME.

People Are Losing It

People Are Losing It

Let summer soldiers leave before committing serious capital.

This Is Incredibly Bullish Behavior

This Is Incredibly Bullish Behavior

Most stocks seem unable to stop once propelled higher.

The New Market Pattern

The New Market Pattern

Selloffs bring out the buyers. What Changed?

Copper Faces Daunting Headwinds

Copper Faces Daunting Headwinds

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

A Market of Quick Reversals

A Market of Quick Reversals

Cisco and Tesla foil the experts, but short-sellers make some good stocks hard to own.