Coal

Is the Bond Selloff for Real? Watch These Sectors for a Clue

Treasury yields might be soaring, but the market segments most sensitive to China's economy are showing weakness. So which market is right? More 

BHP Might Be a Mess, But It’s a ‘Buy,’ Too

BHP Billiton's potential isn't for the prettiest reasons -- low iron and coal prices are near a floor and the company is cutting capex -- but it's potential nonetheless. More 

Could Coal Stocks Be Making a Comeback?

Coal stocks have struggled amid soft demand, but recent upbeat guidance signals that the worst may be over ... and that for investors, it may be time to buy. More 

10 Top Stock Charts to Watch in March

Instead of waiting for a new high in the major indices, look to the technology, materials and retail sectors for trading opportunities. More 

Don’t Count on China to Buy America’s Coal

Uh-oh, turns out the Asian giant is already working on other plans that promise to reduce its demand for coal from U.S. producers. More 

The Key for Coal Bulls: Patience

The IEA's latest forecast paints a solid future five years out, showing global coal use outstripping that of oil. And select U.S. producers will benefit. More 

6 Questions for Railroads in 2013

The railroad sector boasts attractive valuations now and most stocks pay at least a nominal dividend. But If you’re contemplating a new position in these stocks, the economy and coal shipments. More 

These 9 Unloved Materials Stocks Have Stopped Bleeding

Signs of a China recovery have lit a fire under natural-resource stocks. Can the rally in beaten-down materials continue, or is another disappointment at hand? More 

What Does Four More Years Mean for Big Energy and Utilities?

Since President Obama won the popular vote the utilities sector has declined over 2.9% and energy has dropped 4.6%. Here are companies to buy and sell on news More 

Walk Along the Fiscal Cliff With Cliffs

A high dividend yield and a tremendous pullback make Cliffs Natural Resources an intriguing buy for the long-term. More