No. of Recommendations: 0
And you?

I'm holding. The market looks a bit toppy to me, so I don't see any reason to lock in a big loss on CLF and roll it into another issue that may fall in a Spring swoon, compounding the loss. Later in the year, I'll reassess.

I don't view Cliffs as a broken company, but the dividend snafu and the under performing Canadian operations call management into question. They need to demonstrate they can regroup in time to capitalize on the next leg up in the steel industry.
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