Titanium is pretty wild stuff. Whether it's holding a jet together or just keeping your electric razor sharp, this lightweight, super-strong metal has some intriguing properties. Titanium is even being used in the cores of golf balls to keep my shot straighter. It seems the one thing titanium can't do, though, is make the stock of the companies that sell the stuff go up.
Manufacturer RTI International Metals
Along with market leaders Allegheny Technologies
In the meantime, I believe there are too many opportunities in some softer metals with more positive near-term fundamentals. I have suggested elsewhere that gold, silver, copper, and aluminum are poised to rise. The Fool who simply must have some titanium exposure might consider BHP Billiton
Fool contributor Christopher Barker captains yachts and writes about stocks. He can also be found blogging actively and acting Foolishly within the Motley Fool CAPS community under the user name TMFSinchiruna. He owns shares of BHP Billiton. The Fool has a titanium-coated disclosure policy.