Carbon sequestration may be a dead end for coal companies.
Congrats! You just avoided a $1 billion loss on an investment, but did it come at the expense of coal stocks?
The EPA smacked coal power plants with CO2 emissions regulations in 2014, but this new carbon sequestration project likely won't help in the long-run.
Value investing 2015: Sometimes stocks that look like a great value aren't what they seem. Here are two companies -- and one entire business segment -- that could be value traps in 2015.
Sometimes, the harder you throw a ball, the higher it bounces. (Sometimes, but not always).
Despite huge share-price gains and signs of life in the aluminum market, Alcoa is still vulnerable.
The aluminum giant's share price has soared, but can the business keep up?
Peabody Energy has a lot of positive things to say about the coal market, which is good news for investors in Alpha Natural Resources and Arch Coal.
Solid cost performance and good liquidity mean Peabody Energy is well positioned to profit from coal price improvements when they finally occur.
Coal stocks will take any type of good news it can get, and increasing prices for Western coal may be enough to get a couple investors excited.