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Peabody Energy Corporation

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21.40

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-0.59
(-2.68%)
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8.11P/E
5Forward P/E
0.31P/E to S&P500
3.077BMarket CAP
- -Div Yield
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$BTU #BTU engaged Long from our daily focus list on 4/14/22 using this breakout price pattern with bullish MACD. The May 29 calls paid out +110% https://t.co/APCx28rbsB
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Energy Exhaustion: https://t.co/ePGUCicbsW "is the leading space ripe for some weakness or at least some mean reversion? $XLE and $XOP both advanced in unison over the last one-year period by 47 and 43% respectively. $HPK flirting with its 50-day SMA." $PDCE $BTU $WLL $EQT https://t.co/pR7SlF8DE8
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#Coal is still leading in energy. Nobody seems to get this. Inside #coal there are leaders, But for simplicity I like $BTU
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Lots of multi-year breakouts in the coal space. $BTU $CEIX $NRP $ARLP In 2020, $KOL got delisted and oil went negative. Something tells me this bull market doesn't end with just a whimper. https://t.co/q4NKgC3wse
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What’s amazing is anti esg names like $btu are up over 100% ytd and turds like tsla are down 44%. Pls don’t let this party ever stop. And everyone telling me aapl can’t fall which makes it like taking candy from a baby.
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Its amazing how easy it is to beat the market, when the market is mostly made up of overvalued turds. As more money goes passive, it keeps getting easier. This will be the decade of active managers… Who’s excited for some serious winning…??
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1/ Doing a deep dive into recent $BTU earnings calls to see if we can piece together PRB coal pricing for 2023: On the October call, $BTU was still pricing the balance of 2022 volumes and trying to leverage it into multi-year contracts: https://t.co/jZSIOGJ40J
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Volatility in $BTU is fantastic. Great for options trading. More torque than the Aussie coal names. Agreed that $WHC.ax is steadier and more predictable. I invest in Aussie coal and trade $BTU.
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@YNWA312 @AllVentured By end 2022, most of the unhedged miners selling high quality coal into seaborne markets ($WHC.AX, $NHC.AX, $TGA.L) will likely have generated their current market caps in cash. Why take the risk with $BTU?
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Newcastle coal June contract overtook May today at $421. Contango coming to more of the curve? Meanwhile $BTU back down to where it traded when newcastle spot was at $300 and 2023 was pricing <$150 vs ~$280 today🤔 https://t.co/w8aqP2xUjr
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$BTU NEWC curve from recent highs on 4/18 and current. Share price 4/18: $32.01 Share price current: $20.60 EV down about $1.5B Other companies better run, but none cheaper if coal demand remains strong https://t.co/h4b6Puv9SY
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Found this at REI. I never would have imagined a brand called ‘COAL’ targeting the US bourgeoisie. Something tells me they have no idea how apropos their subtext is in a global energy crisis. An absolute necessity for the Western standard of “fine living” we enjoy. $BTU https://t.co/LbL9NekBeO
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"EU accepts it will burn more coal in move away from Russian gas" #coaltwitter $WHC $BTU https://t.co/PWiMw99bk1
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Who could have seen this coming?? Coal is the new cigarettes. World is addicted to energy but those in charge won’t invest to make it economical. I’ll keep buying $BTU at sub-2x (and maybe at 1x ‘22e with met coal ripping over $500/ton)
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$BTU - Nukes down, coal up and the risk US natural gas prices double again https://t.co/sWhJrWWwJV
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"Brussels has given the green light for the EU to burn more coal over the next decade as it tries to end the use of Russian gas & oil." https://t.co/rkd8c7dXhe #OOTT #oilandgas #WTI #CrudeOil #fintwit #OPEC #Commodities #coal
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The most expensive coal trade EVER. (Argus) https://t.co/Vbxn8mu2GN
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Being long $btu and short $tsla and $aapl makes me a happy camper and as contrarian bat crazy as they come. Btu up over 100% ytd yes ytd. And well aapl tsla not doing so hot and sinking FAST.
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On a risk-adjusted basis, I can’t find anything out there cheaper than $NMM & $BTU currently. ✅ Trading at <2x forward EPS ✅ Trading at small fraction of NAV ✅ Underlying cash flows 🚀 ✅ Mgmt teams mocked ✅ Diversified economics ✅ Persistent industry supply shortages
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$BTU $ARCH $CEIX - Domestic coal price charts form space needle pattern https://t.co/77DAh1XUJY
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Newcastle thermal #coal rolling UP rather than rolling over, with June prices coming up to meet the May contract around $415/tonne. All time high is $440/t for the generic first month set back in March. Reminder that it's not summer yet. https://t.co/zfBtbkEc6J
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As a proud $BTU holder I was rather offended that $AMR was the first short target… the $BTU report kind of writes itself
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Understand $AMR being a short target because they think met coal prices will go down…of course they will. But the question is will that happen fast, and neither the curve nor trade data support such a conclusion. The comment on asset quality here is a 🤡 show tho #CoalTwitter
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$BTU - Peabody Energy: After A Bad Q1, Paying 3x FCF Is Probably Cheap Enough. https://t.co/2sY42R7k7A #investing #stockmarket #business
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Just a reminder that Bumble's market cap ($4.8B) is still 50% higher than $BTU's ($3.2B). I expect the Bumble to Coal ratio to reach 1 pretty soon. #coaltwitter
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