Posted August 28, 2015
Energy and Capital editor Keith Kohl looks into one of the first suppliers for Tesla's Gigafactory... with a few caveats.
Posted July 24, 2015
Energy and Capital editor Keith Kohl explains why two companies are sticking together in their plans for lithium production.
Posted July 21, 2015
Energy and Capital editor Keith Kohl looks into the business deal between one Australian lithium miner and one Chinese lithium product producer.
Posted July 3, 2015
Energy and Capital editor Keith Kohl shows why Monday's Supreme Court ruling still won't stop coal's inevitable death.
Posted March 12, 2015
Christian DeHaemer talks about a bottom in gold and a looming recession on the S&P 500.
Posted December 24, 2014
As demand continues to fall in the U.S., India and Japan are eagerly importing millions of tons of coal.
Posted November 13, 2014
Energy and Capital explores how corn and ethanol prices will affect each other in the years to come.
Posted October 16, 2014
After a couple of record years in 2011 and 2012, the price of corn has fallen off the table. The smart farmers are the ones who can grow and prosper in good times and bad.
Posted July 15, 2014
Declining coal prices and China's polluted air are forcing a major coal company to change its course.
Posted May 2, 2014
The EPA won a victory in the Supreme Court this week to regulate air pollution across state borders, but does anything really change?
Posted November 28, 2012
Instead of using factories, production lines, multiple pieces of million-dollar equipment, and then shipping products around the globe... these companies make printers that manufacture almost any product imaginable.
Posted November 23, 2012
Editor Keith Kohl shows readers how investors are turning a profit in the coal sector.
Posted September 24, 2012
Competition with natural gas for power generation has hurt coal miners, and Alpha Natural Resources (NYSE: ANR) is cutting 1,200 jobs...
Posted September 19, 2012
Why is a piece of sixty-four-year-old cardboard worth so much money? The obvious answer is that it's worth what someone is willing to pay.
Posted August 23, 2012
Nuclear power plants require uranium to function. Seawater holds four billion tons.