Hola mis amigos!
Since there isn't much that I know about metals that are not adorned with precious stones and can be worn regardless of the season, this time I think I'm just going straight to the point. Why, you ask?
Well, if you're an expert at steel from Finland, feel free to jump anytime you want. Wait, you can’t, sorry. See? You just have to sit there and read my ramblings.
First of all, you need to know that “the best way to get exposure to steel is by investing in companies that produce steel, specifically globally integrated steel companies”. Did you know that, amigos? I sure as you-know-what didn’t. According to FINSTEEL Global Mind Investment’s official website, that’s the way to go. What you should also bear in mind is that “not all of the leading companies are available for investment”, because “some of the top steel-producing operations are private” while “others trade on foreign exchanges that do not issue American Depository Receipts (ADRs)”. I’m somewhat confident that it’s all news to you, right? So far I kind of feel like I’m just watching a foreign movie without subtitles, how about you? Fortunately, FINSTEEL’s website is truly straightforward, as if in anticipation of such problems, one may start to think...
you have probably deduced by now, the name of the company might be understood quite literally: it may a company that deal with steel from the lovely, albeit rather cold, country called Finland or it may be all about the finances as well as the steel. In addition to being simple, finsteel.biz is a neatly designed website. With one of the most “on message” sliders I’ve ever seen, the colors are bright and appealing, and the whole browsing experience is fairly pleasant. Nevertheless, there is not much to read there, which I always find more or less annoying, depending on the quality of the reading material at hand. Here, it’s less irritating than usually, but since I know nothing about the steel business per se, I would greatly appreciate some less general information.