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Cleveland-Cliffs Inc

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Price

$22.12

$0.07 (0.32%) Today

Mentions (24Hr)

4

300.00% Today

Volume

$13M

Avg Volume

$19M

Market Cap

$11B

52 Week High

$26.51

52 Week Low

$12.77

Day High

$22.33

Day Low

$21.63

Previous Close

$22.21

7 Days Mentions

41

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r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

$CLF just getting started. Going to $30. #commodities

r/optionsSee Post

Option has 3 weeks till expiry and almost no time value--best strategy?

r/stocksSee Post

First year investing. Just a 10k (well... 7k-15k, depending on the month!) portfolio, I've realized I really like selling calls

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

CLF - Technical Analysis shows CLF will still be going down, not up.

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

$CLF Insider Buying

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

Seems to me someone long CLF got liquidated at cash market open? Marge calling?

r/wallstreetbetsOGsSee Post

$GME $CLF $ZIM Taking stock of of this years gains

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

$CLF: A Wonderful Money Maker That Wall Street Hates 🚀🚀🦾🦾

r/ShortsqueezeSee Post

Surprising the only thing holding strong is CLF, not a squeeze play, just sayin.

Dark pool update

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

CEO of CLF just bought 50,000 shares. His son, CFO, added 10,000 in the last couple of days.

r/stocksSee Post

Just sold my portfolio. Buy the dip or start fresh?

r/optionsSee Post

Covered Call Stock Recommendations

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CLF Covered calls

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

Cleveland Cliffs CLF

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

TSM IN DANGER????

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

CLF = Green Steel

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

Still looking for my Moby Dick, but at least I have a hook in case I find it. (Total loss is 14K, mostly $SPY and $CLF)

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

CLF 2 DE MOON

r/stocksSee Post

CLF - sleeping Giant

r/optionsSee Post

Please convince me not to yolo into CLF and LEV weeklies.

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

Why I think CLF is free money this week

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

Infrastructure Bill passes - CLF

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

Infrastructure bill passes - CLF

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

CLF Cleveland Cliffs

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

Timing entry into infrastructure stocks

r/stocksSee Post

What are your infrastructure stock picks?

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

Inverse Week Ahead For CLF

r/stocksSee Post

Looking for Infrastructure related picks but need to be produced in the US

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

How I took a $200k profit to a $90k loss: A study in retardation

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

From 200k profit to 90k loss: Death by a thousand mistakes

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

$CLF to the moon. Steel stocks have soo much potential.

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

$CLF is moving up this morning.

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

I feel great about $CLF this week

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

Betting heavy on $CLF for USA steel.

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

CLF Prediction (Steel Purchaser and Salesman Here)

r/optionsSee Post

Need advice on very speculative trade aproaching expiri

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

Question toward CLF

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

$CLF is really heading up this morning. Automotive steel will be important.

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

$CLF is moving up. This stock has so much potential with the automotive industry picking up.

r/stocksSee Post

What are your highest conviction stock picks for the next 1-3 years?

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

$CLF is, and always has been, the truth (and it’s still not too late).

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

$CLF is, and always has been, the truth (and it’s still not too late).

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

All in CLF YOLO - Demand is Relentless 🦾🦾🚀🚀

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

CLF Fully Closed Out!

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

$CLF is up and moving. It over $1.50 today and last Friday it was up another $1.86.

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

$CLF is really moving up since earnings last Friday. It really beat expectations.

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

$CLF put up or shut up

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

CLF almost made up for a month of pain. Let’s hope this week isn’t a let down.

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

Guys I just learned how to short a stock and I’m already RED $2300 shorting CLF’s earnings spike

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

CLF huge move $100+ incoming. Crayon writing's on the wall.

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

CLF is gonna print on calls

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

CLF All in YOLO - it was a good day for my steel homies 🦾🦾🦾🚀🚀🚀

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

CLF calls printing

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

CLF calls are printing

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

CLF is going to the moon

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

CLF going up

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

CLF Gains!

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

$CLF YOLO update: 101k gain realized. Thanks, Mr. Goncalves! Test driving my new Lambo tonight.

r/wallstreetbetsOGsSee Post

Riding the steel/meme (pretty much all steel now) rollercoaster post-earnings update $CLF $NUE $MT

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

$19,000 CLF Earnings YOLO Weeklies $21.5 Call 10/22

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

$CLF Friday Earnings Yolo

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

$CLF Earnings yolo. $28,000

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

$CLF YOLO update: 105k in options, heading full speed into ER 🚀🚀🚀

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

CLF earnings play. $28,000 in options.

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

Still down 9k. Added 50 more. $28k total. CLF earnings play.

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

CLF 80K yOLo. Earnings Friday. Let the games begin!

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

CLF 80K yOLo

r/optionsSee Post

Historical Post Earnings Moves MEGA Compilation (Q3 Week 2) - $TSLA, $NFLX, $SNAP, $INTC, $CLF, $AAL, $VZ, $NUE and More

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Historical Post Earnings Moves MEGA Compilation (Q3 Week 2) - $TSLA, $NFLX, $SNAP, $INTC, $CLF, $AAL, $VZ, $NUE and More

r/wallstreetbetsOGsSee Post

Historical Post Earnings Moves MEGA Compilation (Q3 Week 2) - $TSLA, $NFLX, $SNAP, $INTC, $CLF, $AAL, $VZ, $NUE and More

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

Why I think CLF is bound to largely exceed expectations in Q3 and Q4

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

$CLF YOLO update: bought the dip and raised stake to 100k

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

Cleveland Cliffs just won deal of the year, ceo of the year, and company of the year at the global metal awards $CLF to the moon?

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

230k ALL IN ON CLF - STEEL AT IT

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

$CLF 65k YOLO, looking forward to earnings report

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

Cleveland-Cliffs (CLF) Purchasing Ferrous Processing and Trading Company for $775 Million

r/wallstreetbetsOGsSee Post

Sir Pump a Lot a Front?

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

Cleveland Cliffs (CLF) Acquires Ferrous Processing And Trading Company For EV Of 775M

r/smallstreetbetsSee Post

CLF DD - Seriously, go read/listen to the earnings transcripts.

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

CLF Mother of all DD - Seriously, go read/listen to the earnings transcripts.

r/optionsSee Post

Should I close this option expiring today with 45 minutes left of trading?

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

If you're one of the 77% of Americans (and growing) who believe inflation isn't transitory. And are willing to bet on it. I can guarantee you 200-400% returns with just commons if you are right

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

$CLF - Fitch Upgrades Cleveland-Cliffs, Outlook Remains Positive

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

$CLF - Fitch Upgrades Cleveland-Cliffs; Outlook Remains Positive; [Printing Fat Stacks]

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$CLF - Fitch Upgrades Cleveland-Cliffs; Outlook Remains Positive; [Printing Fat Stacks]

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

CLF $190k all-in (with a little margin)

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

CLF All In..

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

Is X gonna give it ya? Maybe. Is CLF gonna give it to ya? You bet your sweet ass it is.

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

CLF 115k yolo

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

I BTF Infrastructure D! +60k in Infrastructure Stocks! $CLF, $X, $NUE, $MT ! Mommy and Daddy are wiring me 5k to buy some tonight as well!

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

$CLF, I am ALL in. I've been adding for weeks.

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23k $CLF YOLO 23C. Take me to Valhalla. 🚀

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197k CLF YOLO - Get Rich or Die Trying

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$100k yolo on $CLF, let’s fucking roll!

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

$100k yolo on $CLF, let’s fucking roll!

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According to a recent poll from Pew Research, 93% of Americans are concerned about inflation, yet the market doesn’t reflect it. There’s a massive opportunity once retail discovers inflation hedges

r/wallstreetbetsSee Post

According to a recent poll from Pew Research, 93% of Americans are concerned about inflation, yet the market doesn’t reflect it. There’s a massive opportunity once retail discovers inflation hedges

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Took an loan out for uni, spent on on a CLF yolo!

Mentions

Background: Young investor, 30+ year investment horizon. Looking to be aggressive while I still have many years of earning potential ahead. Currently have time to research and pick stocks. Plan to start DCAing into index funds in a couple years CLF (32%) - Been swing trading and selling covered calls on this one since it was at $16 back in April. Believe company will announce great results + guidance at earnings next month. PENN (18%) - Casino business with a history of profitability that’s been on my watchlist since they acquired Barstool Sports. Most interesting way to play sports betting legalization in the US imo. Finally took the plunge after their earnings report dump a couple months back, been averaging down since $55. SOFI (15%) - Great leadership here, absolutely love the business. Still fairly high valuation, but I think there’s a short-term catalyst based on their bank charter application being approved. Add in their Galileo business, and this is a stock I’d like to hold forever. SRNE (8%) - Biotech company developing cancer treatments, non-opioid pain medicine, and various COVID related products. High-risk, high-reward. TLRY (6%) - Cannabis bag holder here. I’ve been selling calls on this one since august so I’m about at break even. In my head I know I should probably cut bait, but a rally in cannabis could take this back over $10 in a hurry. PSTH (6%) - Went relatively big into this SPAC after Ackman announced the UMG deal in August. Sold off most of my shares to lock in the 2021 tax loss. Trading below NAV there’s basically no downside risk, so I’m holding onto some shares on the off-chance the SPARC proposal is approved by the SEC. Learned my lesson on SPACs here. AQST (2%) - Biotech working on an orally-delivered treatment for seizures. Stock tanked 30% when the FDA delayed approval on their product labeling before the holidays. Small gamble that the sell-off was baseless and the drug is approved soon. SCYX (2%) - Another biotech which I believe to be undervalued. Developing anti-fungal treatments with one currently being sold in the US. $188M market cap, but potential peak sales target of $400M+. Also worth noting that Michael Burry added $1M worth of shares in his latest 13F Cash (11%) - I’m stockpiling cash in expectation of a market correction, looking to trim some positions on the next move up and get to roughly 20% cash. Magic internet coins (>1%)

Background: Young investor, 30+ year investment horizon. Looking to be aggressive while I still have many years of earning potential ahead. Currently have time to research and pick stocks. Plan to start DCAing into index funds in a couple years CLF (32%) - Been swing trading and selling covered calls on this one since it was at $16 back in April. Believe company will announce great results + guidance at earnings next month. PENN (18%) - Casino business with a history of profitability that’s been on my watchlist since they acquired Barstool Sports. Most interesting way to play sports betting legalization in the US imo. Finally took the plunge after their earnings report dump a couple months back, been averaging down since $55. SOFI (15%) - Great leadership here, absolutely love the business. Still fairly high valuation, but I think there’s a short-term catalyst based on their bank charter application being approved. Add in their Galileo business, and this is a stock I’d like to hold forever. SRNE (8%) - Biotech company developing cancer treatments, non-opioid pain medicine, and various COVID related products. High-risk, high-reward. TLRY (6%) - Cannabis bag holder here. I’ve been selling calls on this one since august so I’m about at break even. In my head I know I should probably cut bait, but a rally in cannabis could take this back over $10 in a hurry. PSTH (6%) - Went relatively big into this SPAC after Ackman announced the UMG deal in August. Sold off most of my shares to lock in the 2021 tax loss. Trading below NAV there’s basically no downside risk, so I’m holding onto some shares on the off-chance the SPARC proposal is approved by the SEC. Learned my lesson on SPACs here. AQST (2%) - Biotech working on an orally-delivered treatment for seizures. Stock tanked 30% when the FDA delayed approval on their product labeling before the holidays. Small gamble that the sell-off was baseless and the drug is approved soon. SCYX (2%) - Another biotech which I believe to be undervalued. Developing anti-fungal treatments with one currently being sold in the US. $188M market cap, but potential peak sales target of $400M+. Also worth noting that Michael Burry added $1M worth of shares in his latest 13F Cash (11%) - I’m stockpiling cash in expectation of a market correction, looking to trim some positions on the next move up and get to roughly 20% cash. Magic internet coins (>1%)

Lourenco Goncalves - CLF Hassane El-Khoury - ON Cristiano Amon - QCOM Love Jensen and Su as well, but the three above don’t get enough love for the recent transformations across all of their companies.

Mentions:#CLF#QCOM

Another vote for Lisa Su From AMD. Lourenco Goncalves of CLF is a straight up boss. Look for some of his speeches on the web. Noto from SOFI has assembled a damn all-star team to help him lead the company.

Mentions:#AMD#CLF#SOFI

I would let the market pull back some. Check out CLF, it’s a solid play. I own 24,000 shares of them.

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CLF will be happy to take you in as a refugee

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My portfolio has been on a tear for a straight month: CLF, ZIM, and 3 small caps (lumber, energy, and semis). Also have a tiny position in GFS, but I'm waiting for that to hit 50, then I will back the truck up. Get into commodities, folks.

Mentions:#CLF#ZIM#GFS

Sold some covered calls on my CLF. Theta gods.

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I agree honestly. Just sold half my shares of SQ and replaced them with CLF and TGT. I also have a few Steel, Industrials, Metals, and Chemicals companies in my watchlist currently. Out of curiosity what tech stocks do you recommend I trim down on?

Mentions:#SQ#CLF#TGT

CLF is absolute gold.

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Is CLF being weird for anyone else?

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Yes, good point and X meets OPs criteria as well in terms of IV. I just prefer CLFs management which makes it a little easier to hold a losing position but that's somewhat subjective. CLF also has more exposure to the auto industry with long-term contracts.

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CLF opex is next week. Usually performs like crap around it. Luckly feb 11 is earnings. Usually performs like crack around it.

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If there’s any left after the CLF nosedive a few months ago

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How do you mean? (Still new to stock trading, heavily invested into CLF however)

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Smart people who made money on CLF and MT for one

Mentions:#CLF#MT

ZIM (container shipping) and CLF (flat rolled steel) are two cyclical companies with high IV that I'm still comfortable with selling puts on. I wouldn't mind buying back in at my strike prices. Mind you that cyclical companies always look cheap near the peak of their business cycle. ZIM has started signing longer term contracts (less exposure to spot rates) and has launched a digital platform to make international shipping more convenient for customers. CLF has just renegotiated their long term contracts. It's probably the only steel company that's going to make more money than last year. They might end up paying off all their debt by the end of this year.

Mentions:#ZIM#CLF

ZIM , vale, x, CLF , NUE. Record profits

Mentions:#ZIM#CLF#NUE

Stephanie Link is legit. She isn't on as often because she is probably doing real analysis work. She also seems more thoughtful when she is speaking to explain why. She doesn't have anything to prove so she doesn't create extra noise to try to be heard. With that said she still isn't going to be 100% right. Listen just to see if the logic sounds right to you, and learn from their logic so you can make your own decisions. Also Farmer Jim helps pump $CLF so I like seeing the bump whenever he brings up $CLF. But other than $CLF I'm not always sure I agree with him all the time. Just understand all the guest have their job, which is to make their clients money. They do it well enough to keep their jobs. If you are not their client then use it as a learning opportunity but never the absolute.

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Gold was my worst performing stock last year. I'm done with Gold miners and buying stocks like $MOS, $CLF, $BP, $PSX instead. No one seems to want Gold anymore.

I got started in the market by just buying the same stocks I paid bills to each month. If I paid $65 to AT&T every month I bought 2-3 shares. Same with my electricity bill $LNT. I bought 1 share every month when I paid the electric bill. I still do that in fact. I count how many times I fill my tank with gasoline each month and buy that many shares of $BP. And if there is a big dip I'll transfer $500 to buy those other stocks in my portfolio such as $INTC, $KMI, $EBAY, $MOS, $CLF, etc. I can't time the market at all so I just add each month. Now if something is running and hits 52 week highs like $CLF did a couple months ago I will sell a % and hold onto that cash waiting for another dip.

CLF prints money and will print more now that debt is going to be taken care of.

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I think people here would be happier if they BTFD in meme $CLF the last month instead of BTFD (insert any) SPAC/tech stock.

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Stock tanks = buy the stock. . . $ZIM trades like my $CLF. . . you just trade the channel with shares & options, buy during quarter during opex at bottom, sell at earnings. . . works until it doesn’t. . . just learn the channel and understand your risk tolerance. . .

Mentions:#ZIM#CLF

CLF with the 7% reversal. 🤪

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Commodities are rallying. This won't help inflation. $MOS, $CLF, $FCX, $GGB, are all up 3-4%

CLF!!!📈

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Have a look at $MP, $CLF, $ENPH

Mentions:#MP#CLF#ENPH

Watching the energy run continue: ERX and BP. Unrelated, CLF for the fuck of it because $25 just looks right

Mentions:#ERX#BP#CLF

If you must yolo, and clearly don't care about losing it, if it were me i would throw it on CLF $23c for like April. ER next month will probably see a spike. Or for more gambly play SOFI shares, or $15c for at least a few months out.

Mentions:#CLF#SOFI

Put in CLF

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CLF is a Garbage stock it’s another PLTR, stuck in $22 for over an year. That’s after the infra bill came out in Nov. over hyped

Mentions:#CLF#PLTR

**Ban Bet Created:** **/u/ElectricalKick9922** bet **CLF** goes from **22.14** to **26.0** before **2022-02-12 17:38:47.268700-05:00**

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!banbet CLF $26 32d

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CLF earnings on 11 feb Cant wait to throw my entire port into calls And then puts

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CLF was red :(

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Primarily by not actively trading and staying in shares vs options. Chose plays that I had fundamental belief in, like CLF and a SPAC from summer that I believe in and had good understanding in from a consultant friend. I have only recently touched options in my retirement accounts, and the only reason is because of the outsized returns from shares in the first half of 2021. And I only play them in the Roth, with a cap of 50% of that account (which I will continue to lower, especially if SNOW gains hold up).

Mentions:#CLF#SNOW

#Ban Bet Lost /u/fantasyfitboiz (1/1) made a bet that CLF would go to 21.5 when it was 22.435 and it did not, so they were banned for a week.

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Fellow CLF owner here - even for someone focused more on swing trading than long-term investing, if I had to bag hold for awhile I'd be comfortable doing that with CLF. I'd advise patience, buy, and hold personally.

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First time close to getting green on MT since too long. My other position is CLF and i think i wait till earnings - but i think the chances are high, that it drops below 20s again before.

Mentions:#MT#CLF

Steel Gang .... What Do? NUE / CLF 🤔

Mentions:#NUE#CLF

It is cool. And you can make a lot of money fast. And you can lose a lot of money fast. My advice: \#1 paper trade (boring) to test \#2 yolo an option (I dunno TSLA 2/4 1250c) for $2100 \#3 run a wheel on a stock that's stable and you wouldn't mind owning like CLF \*see /r/thetagang

Mentions:#TSLA#CLF

Steel stocks today like CLF and NUE are woof

Mentions:#CLF#NUE

Everything is a little green for me right now but then I look at my CLF shares....

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What a fucked up day to be a CLF investor

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What's up with CLF AH?

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I love how CLF was about 1% down in premarket and then suddenly popped 1 % up on open

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Thank you! Finally, someone else who owns about as many stocks as me, and who gets the enjoyment of doing research to find the good ones. CLF is also great btw, at least for me so far.

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CLF has been an absolute unit

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VALE , ZIM, X, CLF, SoFI

Mentions:#VALE#ZIM#CLF

Only thing I know about CLF is 19 buy calls 26 buy puts

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I got Feb 19c in the Nov before it exploded, plus some shares. Closed out a bit at 30 then the rest at 200. Been mostly shorting meme stocks since, except for long on CLF and UUUU.

Mentions:#CLF#UUUU

Nailed it on the head. Unfortunately WSB and Reddit in general is in love with growth and tech stocks. We already see some great movement this week from steel makers like X / CLF and iron ore miners VALE. I’m personally going with small caps and steel/ iron ore

Mentions:#CLF#VALE

Hey brother, what are your thoughts on CLF this week? I'm guessing it tests 22.5 as support then moves back up or falls through.

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Who hasn’t tried the boop method? I rode the boop on CLF for weeks

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I sold most of my options this morning since I’m so paranoid of holding for too long lol so I’m about 70% cash. I bought some $230 1/21 TSCO calls on its bottom and it’s up 40% now and then some CLF $24 1/21, those are -3%. How far out are you looking on those??

Mentions:#TSCO#CLF

Value. BRKB, CLF, CVS etc the list goes on.

Mentions:#CLF#CVS

You are in the right spot! I'd go F and CLF also you did say turn that 25k into 50 bucks right?

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The CLF special Usually only served after a strong bull trap tho

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CLF getting ready to go cliff diving

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[https://finance.yahoo.com/news/intrinsic-calculation-cleveland-cliffs-inc-102622544.html](https://finance.yahoo.com/news/intrinsic-calculation-cleveland-cliffs-inc-102622544.html) I think you are spot on, the article above does a great job in outlining the future value of CLF and identifies that it is 49% undervalued. There won't be much holding this stock down much longer

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CLF is ok not great

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I have a couple CLF puts for 1/21. Probably stupid of me though, especially after saying if it held 20.5 it would go on a run, which it did, which I did nothing about.

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Anyone think I should keep holding CLF 25c 1/21?

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CLF and cash? I dunno man.

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Notable positions in a newer comment, but these gains mostly sponsored by GME and CLF.

Mentions:#GME#CLF

**Notable positions** (as I finally can post comments in wsb): Account starting value was something like $7,500 (that's all deposits + a few losses) in December '20 before a drop took value off in January '21. **GME**: As most of you who aren't brain dead and new can tell, the early Jan-March activity is all GME. I was selling covered calls against GME in December of '20. Saw that start to run and decided not to fight it. Swing traded the hell out of, held too much too long but it still worked out. Began exiting GME in March, was fully out of GME by June. This was responsible for the run up to about 30k A couple fun GME transactions: 01/22/2021 11:56:32 Sold 300 GME @ 53.35 16,004.61 01/27/2021 10:21:09 Sold 100 GME @ 280.0702 28,006.39 01/28/2021 10:35:47 Bought 75 GME @ 383.0097 -28,725.73 ​ **PLTR:** lol. Bought 600 @ 25.16, sold 600 @ 24.77 **INO:** Noticing a meme trend? Bought 500@6.84 and 1,000 @ 7.00. Sold 1,000 @ 9.94 and 500 @ 8.49 **CLF:** Swing traded this in the channel, this is responsible for most of the 30k -> 60k movement. Slow and steady, played deep ITM calls (\~$5 or $10 strike) a couple months out. **CCJ and ZIM:** Fun meme plays that had what felt like good data behind them. Drank up that ZIM special dividend and got a nice pop afterwards. CCJ stuck around for only a couple weeks. Legit had to talk to a real person from ToS to close my CCJ position and freaked out a little bit.

what got you into CLF?

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$CLF? Yahoo finance was talking about them, pretty good potential

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Been in and out of CLF for a while. Great company but damn is it’s price fluctuations are just absolutely baseless

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CLF is holding around 0% atm, not unreasonable after yesterday's big gains.

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Steel stocks are in the red today after yesterday's pop (CLF, X, NUE)

Mentions:#CLF#NUE

I have AMD, HIMX, SPY, and CLF calls I was too dumb to dump yesterday. I need a hug.

Daily reminder that Steel Gang is proving a great hedge during the current tech-led drop. CLF chart is straight up since Xmas and most other steel tickers are the same to a lesser degree.

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CLF has been doing good this week.

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My one CLF $21 2/4 call I bought last week has been single handedly propping up my portfolio. I might be convinced to go full boomer

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Stay the hell away from Barrick (GOLD). I've owned my shares since 2008 (around there) and I'll be holding them forever (bought during the gold miners craze). Yes, I know they have a dividend, etc but forecasted gold output is down vs previous yrs. I think there are other miners vs GOLD with better production and earnings. There always seems to be problems with their mines in foreign countries, i.e. wars, govt. mining regs and policy changes, operational problems, and it goes on. Another Kinross, bag holding that one too (hurt by Tasiast mill fire and Africa's govt mining policy changes). I recommend miners who mine other metals in addition to gold/silver. WPM, one of the largest streaming metal co. (always trading sideways it seems) also sells zinc, cobalt, palladium (higher value than gold), cobalt (used for super alloys such as dental implants, prosthetics, etc), and copper. WPM PT from $43-$59. Freeport-McMoran (FCX) mines copper, cobalt and molybdenum used to strengthen steel). FCX PT from $28-$54. Newmont mines gold, silver, copper, zinc, and lead. PT from $47-72 (currently $60). I know how some traders feel about Cramer but he recommends MP - rare earth minerals miner. Dipped to $45.51 ( a 9.70% drop, -$4.89. What can I say? Another miner to note is Cleveland Cliffs $23.79 up $1.17- Owns 100% of United Taconite mine and is the largest flat-rolled steel producer in North America. CLF currently has a Zacks Rank #1 (Strong Buy), which means it is in the top 5% of more than the 4,000 stocks that is ranked based on four Zacks factors related to earnings estimates. And there's more. If you choose lithium miners, make sure you DD the heck out of them. Piedmont signed a 5yr supplier contract with Tesla to start 7/22/22. They have a huge problem with the EPA and North Carolina Gaston County commissioner and residents re: open pit lithium mine. They went from 60s level down to low 50's. There's a debate among financial institutions and investors as to whether Bitcoin, etc is becoming the more preferred asset vs. gold. Interesting article: [https://markets.businessinsider.com/news/currencies/bitcoin-vs-gold-experts-cryptocurrency-precious-metals-analysis-2021-2](https://markets.businessinsider.com/news/currencies/bitcoin-vs-gold-experts-cryptocurrency-precious-metals-analysis-2021-2) Be ready for volatility and holding onto for years.

This is so true with my April CLF 26c’s

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