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Jim Cramer believes the second presidential debate will affect the energy sector. Watch coal and green energy.
Dan Fitzpatrick examines three stocks viewed on Fast Money. Today's stocks include Coal ETF, Amazon, and Google.
One gauge of economic activity is a simple wall socket. An economy that humming along is powered by electricity. Much of that power comes from coal. We spoke with Greg Boyce, chairman & CEO at coal miner Peabody Energy about the demand for coal.
Jim Cramer is sorry that Alpha Resources has closing mines, but pleased to hear the switch happening to natural gas.
As coal starts yet another leg lower, here is how I would play CLF and WLT.
Pete Renzulli of T3Live review the day's market action and sets up your trading plan for the next session.
Portfolio Manager David Peltier discusses how to trade the commodity names.
As natural gas prices drift upward, power producers are returning to king coal.
I am looking at either a volatility play on the long side or just getting long in general.
It's the subtle clues, not the big headlines, that can determine which stocks to target.
Dan Fitzpatrick examines three stocks viewed on Fast Money. Today's stocks include Morgan Stanley, Walter Energy, and Hot Topic.
The sector is being decimated by rumors of a Patriot Coal bankruptcy. Rumors of a Patriot Coal (PCX) bankruptcy is decimating an already decimated coal sector. Peabody Energy (BTU) has just hit a 52-week low, and Walter Energy (WLT) is not far behin...
Fusion-io, Dell, Yahoo!, Freeport, Walter Energy and Peabody Energy are potential short-term trading candidates. I have mentioned this trading technique in the past. In bad down markets (today and last week), look for stocks that are in the green as...
Ron Weiner, president and CEO of RDM Financial Group, recommends looking for opportunities in corporate bonds but not in bond funds.
They will effectively prohibit all new coal plants and shut down many existing facilities.
Paradise lost. My major missteps in the month of April were taking a quick profit (on three separate occasions) in Peabody Energy (BTU) and Walter Energy (WLT). I would have been far better off if I bought and held. Paradise lost.
I sold out of the position after today's move higher. Housekeeping item: I have eliminated my Peabody Energy (BTU) long on today's rise, up nearly 8%.
I am taking some profits on the name at $28.50. Housekeeping item: I am taking some Peabody Energy (BTU) off now at $28.50.
I bought more Peabody Energy yesterday, and I would be a buyer of Walter Energy on weakness. I continue to be of the view that the coal sector has discounted the drop in natural gas prices. Here is an article in The Wall Street Journal that seems to...
I took some profits at $59.80. I took off some Walter Energy (WLT) at $59.80 -- just to ring the cash register. This will be a mistake if the news overnight results in a turn in coal pricing.