US’ Political Greenwashing May Boost This Coal Stock

In an AP article this morning titled “Not in my backyard: US sending dirty coal abroad”, Dina Cappiello makes the case that in the past six years US energy companies have exported more coal to other parts of the world than ever before. For someone who is concerned about global warming, it doesn’t sit well with me to see the US talk about winning the war on carbon in political circles yet actually kick the coal can down the road for the rest of the world to deal with.

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Small Modular Reactors May Power Your Future Facebook Page

In today’s world of electric cars, large LED televisions, iPhones, phablets, social media and the growing internet, the need for increased electrical power has become vital for the U.S. to remain competitive on the global energy stage. One way Blue Phoenix believes the U.S. can succeed to “power” its future growth and industrial swagger is by embracing small modular nuclear reactors (SMRs) which are typically up to 300 megawatts (MW) in size.

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Licata Joins Yahoo! Finance’s New All-Star Contributor Team

Source: Yahoo Finance – This morning, we’re launching Yahoo Finance Contributors. We’ve lined up a truly all-star cast to publish content on their Tumblr accounts; the content will flow right into Yahoo Finance pages, ticker pages, widgets etc.

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Exxon Shareholders Should Say “Nyet”

In a recent Reuters article titled “Russia’s Putin not blinking in last chance saloon”, author Timothy Heritage says Russian President Vladimir Putin “seems more intent on bluffing his way through than on trying to use this pivotal moment to emerge as a peacemaker by ending a conflict that has caused the worst tensions with the West since the Cold War.” I agree with Heritage’s view as a result further believe shareholders of ExxonMobil (XOM) should be questioning the oil behemoth’s presence in Russia. 

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Obama’s Nod for Deputy Energy Sec. Positive for Nuclear

The nuclear sector stands a bit taller on the heels of President Obama nominating Elizabethan Sherwood-Randall, the National Security Council’s top nuclear proliferation and defense policy official, to be deputy secretary of energy. For a nuclear sector that has been severely kicked to the curb post Fukushima with spot uranium prices at $28.25 per pound or 60% below levels seen in early 2011, investors in uranium may be relieved that Obama is replacing one nuclear expert in Daniel Poneman, who is stepping down after five years, with another prominent nuclear figure in Sherwood-Randall.  

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