Valhi Stock Analysis: Growth of Titanium Dioxide Market Could Provide Sizable Returns


  • Valhi’s subsidiary Kronos, has ability to retain share of Titanium Dioxide (TiO2) market
  • There is a positive growth outlook for the demand of TiO2 across the globe
  • Valhi is also attractive for having a good dividend
  • I Know First is bullish on a 1-month, 3-month, and 1-year time horizon for Valhi, Inc. (VHI)

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Valhi – Chemicals and Component Products

Valhi Inc. was founded in 1987 when LLC Corporation and Amalgamated Sugar Company entered into a merger. Valhi, located in Dallas, Texas, is primarily a holding company and are the majority owners in subsidiaries such as Kronos Worldwide, CompX International Inc., and NL Industries. The Company’s primary stream of revenue comes from Kronos, a major producer of Titanium Dioxide (~90% of gross sales) and CompX, a manufacturer of specialty components such as locks and ignition switches (~6% of gross sales).

U.S. Titanium Dioxide Historical Price

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