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These high-potential names are down for the year but could pay off big.
DLS Capital Managing Partner David Steinberg names his favorite deep value names like ConocoPhillips, Hewlett Packard and Arch Coal.
There's gold in one of these hills. You just have to do some mining.
The next key indicator for the coal sector is significant asset sales by cash-strapped producers,
New EPA regulations will accelerate the inevitable as marginal coal and nuclear plants are retired.
A second term for President Obama has the energy sector worried. Coal stocks selling down.
It appears as though the longer-term psychology in coal is actually turning positive. Your quick short coal trade is done. I've covered. Looking at the charts on a name such as Alpha Natural Resources (ANR), which looks about the same as Arch Coal (...
Betting on the unknowable is not my style, so here's a hedging strategy that should work no matter who wins.
If coal continues to run higher pre-election, I will look at some puts in the high-beta names here.
Portfolio Mgr. David Peltier is finding places to invest new cash as some low-dollar stocks appear oversold.
Dan Fitzpatrick examines three stocks viewed on Fast Money. Today's stocks include Coal ETF, Amazon, and Google.
A look at the different sectors that will be affected by a reelection.
Both candidates confuse the electorate by conflating energy independence with available energy options.
As the ubiquitous Romney video dominated headlines, China, a coal debate and financial lobbying steered economic discussions on the trail.
Jim Cramer is sorry that Alpha Resources has closing mines, but pleased to hear the switch happening to natural gas.
Portfolio Manager David Peltier discusses how to trade the commodity names.
Here's what worked and didn't work in our hedged portfolios of underperformers.