Chemours: The Upside Is Offset By The Risk

Dec. 04, 2021 8:42 AM ETThe Chemours Company (CC)5 Comments


  • Chemours Company is a company I've gotten some requests to write on, due to its legacy from the DuPont company.
  • In this article, we'll look at whether this business could be of interest to you for investing long-term.
  • My view on the company is that there are some not-inconsiderable challenges to the longer-term thesis.
  • Learn which ones here.

Chemical factory along the river Merwede

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In this article, we'll look at the Chemours Company (NYSE:CC). The company is essentially what remains after DuPont (DD) decided to spin off its performance chemical business into a separate company, and this

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