Vale Vs. Cleveland-Cliffs: Which Steel Stock Is A Better Buy?

CLF has a C grade for Value, which is consistent with its higher-than-industry forward non-GAAP price/earnings ratio. However, VALE has a B grade for Value, given its marginally higher valuation with respect to its peers.

Of 61 stocks in the Industrial – Metals industry, VALE is ranked #4, while CLF is ranked #29.

In addition to the POWR Ratings grades I’ve just highlighted both VALE and CLF are also rated for Growth, Stability, and Sentiment. Click here to see the additional ratings for CLF. Also, get all VALE ratings here.

The Winner

While both VALE and CLF are established players in the steel industry, VALE seems to be a better buy based on its higher earnings growth potential and discounted valuation.

Our research shows that the odds of success increase if one bets on stocks with an Overall POWR Rating of Buy or Strong Buy. Click here to access the top-rated stocks in the Industrial – Metals industry.

VALE shares rose $0.03 (+0.15%) in after-hours trading Monday. Year-to-date, VALE has gained 21.02%, versus a 11.42% rise in the benchmark S&P 500 index during the same period.

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