AA VS CMC Stock Comparison

PerformanceAnalyst Price TargetsSentimentTechnicalsEarningsProfitVolatilityDividend
PerformanceAnalyst Price TargetsSentimentTechnicalsEarningsProfitVolatilityDividend

Performance

AA
10/100

AA returned -37.53% in the last 12 months. Based on SPY's performance of -6.33%, its performance is below average giving it a score of 10 of 100.

CMC
10/100

CMC returned -2.08% in the last 12 months. Based on SPY's performance of 13.09%, its performance is below average giving it a score of 10 of 100.

Analyst Price Targets

AA
71/100

14 analysts offer 12-month price targets for AA. Together, they have an average target of 65.11, the most optimistic target put AA at 95 within 12-months and the most pessimistic has AA at 28.

CMC
64/100

9 analysts offer 12-month price targets for CMC. Together, they have an average target of 67, the most optimistic target put CMC at 67 within 12-months and the most pessimistic has CMC at 67.

Sentiment

AA
72/100

AA had a bullish sentiment score of 72.08% across Twitter and StockTwits over the last 12 months. It had an average of 66.31 posts, 3,093.30 comments, and 2,737.09 likes per day.

CMC

"Sentiment" not found for CMC

Technicals

AA
50/100

AA receives a 50 of 100 based on 14 indicators. 6 are bullish, 6 are bearish.

CMC
46/100

CMC receives a 46 of 100 based on 14 indicators. 6 are bullish, 7 are bearish.

Earnings

AA
10/100

AA has missed earnings 5 times in the last 20 quarters.

CMC
51/100

CMC has missed earnings 2 times in the last 20 quarters.

Profit

AA
44/100

Out of the last 20 quarters, AA has had 8 profitable quarters and has increased their profits year over year on 7 of them.

CMC
79/100

Out of the last 20 quarters, CMC has had 20 profitable quarters and has increased their profits year over year on 9 of them.

Volatility

AA
47/100

AA has had a lower than average amount of volatility over the last 12 months giving it a score of 46 of 100.

CMC
46/100

CMC has had a lower than average amount of volatility over the last 12 months giving it a score of 46 of 100.

Dividend

AA
10/100

AA's most recent dividend was $0.10 per share, based on a share price of $26.53. It was a payout ratio of -4.85% compared to their total earnings.

CMC
100/100

CMC's most recent dividend was $0.12 per share, based on a share price of $45.66. It was a payout ratio of 71.50% compared to their total earnings.

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Alcoa Corporation Summary

New York Stock Exchange / AA
Basic Materials
Aluminum
Alcoa Corporation, together with its subsidiaries, produces and sells bauxite, alumina, and aluminum products in the United States, Spain, Australia, Iceland, Norway, Brazil, Canada, and internationally. The company operates through three segments: Bauxite, Alumina, and Aluminum. It engages in bauxite mining operations; and processes bauxite into alumina and sells it to customers who process it into industrial chemical products, as well as aluminum smelting and casting businesses. The company offers primary aluminum in the form of alloy ingot or value-add ingot to customers that produce products for the transportation, building and construction, packaging, wire, and other industrial markets. In addition, it owns hydro power plants that generates and sells electricity in the wholesale market to traders, large industrial consumers, distribution companies, and other generation companies. The company was formerly known as Alcoa Upstream Corporation and changed its name to Alcoa Corporation in October 2016. The company was founded in 1888 and is headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Commercial Metals Company Summary

New York Stock Exchange / CMC
Basic Materials
Steel
Commercial Metals Company manufactures, recycles, and fabricates steel and metal products, and related materials and services in the United States, Poland, China, and internationally. The company processes and sells ferrous and nonferrous scrap metals to steel mills and foundries, aluminum sheet and ingot manufacturers, brass and bronze ingot makers, copper refineries and mills, secondary lead smelters, specialty steel mills, high temperature alloy manufacturers, and other consumers. It also manufactures and sells finished long steel products, including rebar, merchant bar, light structural, and other special sections, as well as semi-finished billets for re-rolling and forging applications. In addition, the company provides fabricated steel products used to reinforce concrete primarily in the construction of commercial and non-commercial buildings, hospitals, convention centers, industrial plants, power plants, highways, bridges, arenas, stadiums, and dams; sells and rents construction-related products and equipment to concrete installers and other businesses; and manufactures and sells strength bars for the truck trailer industry, special bar steels for the energy market, and armor plates for military vehicles. Further, it manufactures rebars, merchant bars, and wire rods; and sells fabricated rebars, wire meshes, fabricated meshes, assembled rebar cages, and other fabricated rebar by-products to fabricators, manufacturers, distributors, and construction companies. The company was founded in 1915 and is headquartered in Irving, Texas.