Steel Commodity Research and Analysis

Steel Commodity Research and Analysis

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Difficult to Expand Short Term Supply?

Not Sensitive to Price Changes?

Lack Good Substitute Commodity?

Steel Conclusion - Steel has few macro-economic factors that will cause prices to increase over a short period of time. An increase in demand will not cause a significant increase in price.

SWOT Statistics steel SWOT Analysis

Strengths + Opportunities = 4

Threats + Weaknesses = 2

Steel Description Update

Steel is an alloy that is made up of iron and has a low grade carbon content. Carbon determines the hardness of metal. Wrought iron has a higher carbon level and is stronger and has a higher melting point. Steel has become one of the most important metals used in the world. Stainless steel makes up to half of the steel market. Most knives are made of stainless steel as well as earring posts. Stainless steel is used in cookware and is one of the most popular cooking metals because it heats great and is easy to clean. There are so many different uses for steel which makes it one of the most useful commodities in the world.

What Increases the Price of Steel?

  • Steel is Recyclable Steel is the most recycled resource in the world. Steel is one of the most recycled materials in the world, and, as of 2007, more than 78% of steel was recycled in the United States. In the United...

What Decreases the Price of Steel?

Trading / Investing Strategy for Steel? Update

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