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Coal Stocks

Coal stocks and coal investments have always been popular investment choices because of coal’s abundance and excellent thermal properties. However, concerns about global warming and coal’s negative effects on the environment have raised many questions about the long-term potential of investing in coal stocks. Today, coal stocks are in a transitional era: on one hand, energy companies are being pressured to find alternative energy sources to what is labeled a dirty energy source, on the other hand, new technologies and discoveries are proving that burning coal remains one of the most practical ways to fuel our increasing energy demands.

To invest profitably in coal stocks, investors need to be aware of the major trends affecting the coal industry. See our coal stocks archive below where you’ll uncover a host of ideas on the most important trends impacting coal investors and the best strategies for profiting from these trends.

Be sure to also check out our free report, Profit from the Shale Gas Revolution, for our authoritative guide on investing in the most prolific trend in energy of the last 50 years.

Coal’s Terrible, No Good, Worst Year Ever

Big demand declines in the U.S. and China have left much riding on India’s growth and a rebound in natural gas prices.

The Dirty Secret of Clean Coal

Compressing and storing carbon is technically feasible, if you don’t mind losing money.

See Trump Pump

The presumed Republican presidential nominee claims to love coal. But what’s that really worth?

The Top Energy Stories of 2015

Longtime lows in the price of glutted crude weren’t the year’s only notable surprise.

Paris Climate Tango Not the Last

While an effective deal to curb emissions remains elusive, relatively small policy changes can have a huge effect on investors. 

World Can’t Shake Coal Habit

Consumption hit another record last year, as did emissions tied to global warming, according to BP's energy yearbook.

Feds’ Crystal Ball Shows Oil Comeback

Rising prices are expected to support output growth for a few years. Gas is to see big gains as power plant fuel.

Sun Sets in West on Coal Age

The out-of-favor fuel is rapidly losing market share in the U.S. and Europe, and even China’s consumption slipped last year.

The Top Energy Stocks of 2014

Energy markets didn’t fare well in 2014, but some industry segments beat the odds.

The Top Energy Stories of 2014

The oil crash overshadowed wild weather and records for global demand and U.S. output.

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