|Company name||Potash Corp./Saskatchewan (USA)|
|Live stock price||[stckqut]POT[/stckqut]|
|P/E compared to competitors||Good|
|Confident Investor Rating||Good|
|Target stock price (TWCA growth scenario)||$35.96|
|Target stock price (averages with growth)||$40.41|
|Target stock price (averages with no growth)||$35.58|
|Target stock price (manual assumptions)||$43.33|
The following company description is from Google Finance: http://www.google.com/finance?q=pot
Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan Inc. (PCS) is an integrated fertilizer and related industrial and feed products company. The Company operates in three segments: potash, phosphate and nitrogen. The Company owns and operates five potash mines in Saskatchewan and one in New Brunswick. Its phosphate operations include the manufacture and sale of solid and liquid phosphate fertilizers, phosphate feed and industrial acid, which is used in food products and industrial processes. The Company also has a phosphate mine and two mineral processing plant complexes in northern Florida and five phosphates feed plants in the United States. It produces phosphoric acid at its Geismar, Louisiana facility. The nitrogen operations involve the production of nitrogen fertilizers and nitrogen feed and industrial products, including ammonia, urea, nitrogen solutions, ammonium nitrate and nitric acid. It has nitrogen facilities in Georgia, Louisiana, Ohio and Trinidad.
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