Dow Takes Worst Bath in a Year — Wednesday’s IP Market Recap

The Dow fell a 52-week worst 313 points on Wednesday as the markets fell to a post-election hangover and unsettling economic news out of Europe. More 

China Strength Buoying the Coal Sector

Now is a good time to sell puts in the Market Vectors Coal ETF. An inverted head and shoulders pattern reveals a shift in momentum from the bears to the bulls. More 

The One Chart Investors in Steel, Coal and Aluminum Stocks MUST See

What's the next move for steel, coal and aluminum? Of all the places to look, the 10-year Treasury note might surprisingly provide a clue. More 

Natural Resources Stocks: Set to Rebound?

The most beaten-up natural resources stocks are finally stabilizing -- making it a good time to check out the coal, steel and mining sectors. More 

Jobs Don’t Provide Much Jolt — Thursday IP Market Recap

Unemployment claims hit a four-year low, but markets still struggled Thursday. However, coal stocks, IPOs and Barnes & Noble provided some bright spots. More 

Alcoa, Yum Kick Off Q3 Earnings — Tuesday’s IP Market Recap

Alcoa and Yum! Brands got the third-quarter earnings season off to a decent start with Street-beating numbers following a down day for the markets. More 

Bank Stocks Rule the Day — Thursday’s IP Market Recap

Markets were up across the board Thursday, buoyed by assurances from European Central Bank president Draghi and positive domestic data. More 

Coal’s Savior: Underground Gasification?

A proven technology that entails burning coal while still deeply buried and extracting the gas could be exactly what the industry needs. More 

Worldwide Coal Slide Still Setting Up a Buy

Coal continues to get pounded across the globe, but it still makes up a large piece of the energy pie. The time to jump in may be just around the corner. More 

Coal Producer Closing 8 Mines, Cutting 1,200 Jobs

Alpha Natural Resources will close eight mines in order to reduce its coal production by 16 million tonnes and trim expenses by $150 million by early next year. More