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This isn't a big deal -- and, in fact, it will create some winners
Capital investment rules seem flawed for deregulated generators.
Behind Entergy press release, Pilgrim closure will follow Vermont Yankee without FERC changes.
Is the future bleak for generating facilities? Coal history? Nukes doomed?
The company's uncompetitive power plants are a dead weight.
Expect unintended outcomes if the U.S. exits too quickly from coal.
The only truly inexpensive areas are tech, industrial and finance -- and they all remain despised.
Here's how power markets cope with the lack of transmission lines.
Energy deliverers have a demanding consumer base and motivated regulators, often with little exposure to commodity prices.
This electric utility looks to be a tremendous value, and that's only reinforced by the recent insider buy.
Jim Cramer says while some sectors like oil, coal and defense are bouncing after Romney's debate performance, the bounce will likely fade fast.
Coal-related stocks would get a boost, while alternative-energy names would likely become short candidates.
But not all consumers are welcoming what they see as an instrusive new technology.
Dan Fitzpatrick examines three stocks viewed on Fast Money. Today's stocks include U.S. Steel, Whole Foods Market, and American Electric.
They will effectively prohibit all new coal plants and shut down many existing facilities.