|Day Low/High||85.83 / 88.10|
|52 Wk Low/High||65.14 / 104.97|
Prices are pushing through their August highs and that opens up a target of $65.
To see where this market is going, I have to go back to the days when I ran a half-billion-dollar hedge fund.
President Barack Obama announced new limits on just how much carbon dioxide power plants can release into the air, sending shares of coal stocks lower.
As an investor, you don't need a weatherman to know which way earnings will go.
Its power fleet uses a higher percentage of coal, but efficiency makes the difference.
Its regulated operations are stable, and its merchant utility business is bottoming out.
If you step out of the blinding spotlight, the truly rewarding buying opportunities become obvious.
The EPA's rules are neither as bad as some feared or as good as some hoped.
I have only heard fear mongering and anti-historical diatribes.
By targeting 'tall poppies,' the regulator may be simply shifting the problem.
FERC Commissioner Philip Moeller says its Order 1000 is trying to create a more competitive market place for the building of transmission.
Interstate pipelines supply nearly every metropolitan area with fuel and power.
U.S. markets set to open in the green and Caterpillar shares move higher on an earnings beat.
U.S. power vanished because grid managers failed to plan, or their plan failed.
These large-scale batteries solve many problems, though they are expensive.