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Texas Industries (TXI)

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TXI is defunct.
  • 1980XLS | Send Message 13 Jun 2014

    Concrete gains. Banksters buying with blatant disregard for price. $MLM, $TXI, $EXP, $VMC
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    • Copious28 | Send Message 13 Jun 2014
      : MLM and TXI = trainwreck
      • 1980XLS | Send Message 13 Jun 2014

        Banksters buying cement again. $CX, $MLM, $EXP, $VMC, $TXI
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          • 1980XLS | Send Message 10 Jun 2014

            Banksters getting excited about infrastructure stimulus talk. Shovel Ready? $CX, $MLM, $VMC, $TXI, $EXP
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            • chuck holladay | Send Message 10 Jun 2014
              : OK I was trying to make it Texas Instruments I have owned $CX since you recommended it in Jan. May get some more $CX
            • buyandhold??? | Send Message 11 Jun 2014
              : how long till this gets a $20B valuation & should i invest now before it does??? http://seekingalpha.com/n/12hx5
              • freefdawatchlist | Send Message 2 Apr 2014

                http://bit.ly/1lBchrf Earnings after today's market close: $DDC, $MIND, $RECN, $TXI, $EMMS, $GBX, $PERY, $RPM, $SCHN
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                  • freefdawatchlist | Send Message 2 Apr 2014

                    http://bit.ly/1lBchrf Premarket Trading Ideas for April 2nd: $MON, $UNF, $MIND, $TXI, $EMMS $GBX $RPM $PERY $MNKD $ENVI $BSPM $MNK
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                      • 1980XLS | Send Message 6 Feb 2014

                        Cement stocks on fire. $TXI, $MLM, $EXP, $VMC
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                        • 1980XLS | Send Message 6 Feb 2014
                          : With Mexico upgrade, one would thing $CX would be up as much as the others, but it's not.
                        • chuck holladay | Send Message 6 Feb 2014
                          : $CX still had a 255 million loss though that is less than was expected.
                          • 1980XLS | Send Message 24 Jan 2014

                            Holy Cement stocks $TXI, $MLM
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                            • Copious28 | Send Message 27 Jan 2014
                              : And also TXI running on old controls technology, will require a lot of CapEx to replace. $MLM has no experience in cement.
                            • John Rayhall | Send Message 28 Jan 2014
                              : Ya I sold TXI for a small profit thanks for the info :)
                              • Zacks Investment Research | Send Message 22 Jan 2014

                                Zacks' Bear Of The Day: Texas Industries $TXI http://seekingalpha.com/a/160p9
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                                  • 1980XLS | Send Message 9 Jan 2014

                                    Concrete stocks ripping again. $TXI, $MLM, $EXP, $VMC
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                                    • chuck holladay | Send Message 9 Jan 2014
                                      : $CX up 3.41 percent
                                      • 1980XLS | Send Message 19 Dec 2013

                                        Cramer pumping $VMC. $TXI also has Texas & Ca exposure. Aside from $MLM & $CX, there is $EXP. Architectural billings rising....
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                                        • buffett222 | Send Message 19 Dec 2013
                                          : $USCR
                                        • 1980XLS | Send Message 20 Dec 2013
                                          : Very small and regional, and quite a bit more speculative.
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                                          Company Description
                                          Texas Industries Inc is a supplier of heavy construction materials in the United States through its three business segments: cement, aggregates and consumer products.
                                          Industry: Cement
                                          Country: United States