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Peabody Energy Corporation

BTUNYSE

27.25

USD
+0.67
(+2.52%)
Market Closed
3.06P/E
4Forward P/E
0.15P/E to S&P500
3.921BMarket CAP
- -Div Yield
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I think its just a matter of time before $BTU breaks out from the high $20s https://t.co/DV1wEjCxJ9
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3D Laser Technology Improves Safety in Underground Coal Mining $BTU https://t.co/XVQEgWDq1j #miningstocks #coal https://t.co/0MPDO4WUWX
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Analysts are projecting $2.18 for $BTU 4th quarter. That number seems low. Any ideas on what Peabody reports in February? #coaltwitter
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$btu Must read Bruce does the math on 2023 anticipated cash flows Great economics even at <200$/t NEWC
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1/n Q3 2022 was the model quarter for $btu. Not because it was perfect [far from it] but because it’s sustainable. They had minor impacts everywhere which gives hope to meeting or beating that production on an ongoing basis
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I was at Peabody analyst meeting w 20 others. The optics on insider sales is a great point... "insiders might sell their shares for any number of reasons, but they buy them for only one: they think the price will rise." - Peter Lynch My line: $BTU - a hedge, for your kids”
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$BTU Management’s current view of themselves is that they are doing a good job and that any fears investors may have previously held — “they’ll totally do an acquisition / waste cash on this or that” — were put to rest in the investor day.
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Blackstone made a shocking 2023 prediction #coaltwitter $BTU 🧵 They was one of their 13 predictions for '23: "A technology breakthrough in reducing carbon emissions of coal-fired plants...lowers the pressure on EMs to make a rapid transition to renewable energy sources..." https://t.co/9sIlwdzaJz
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Let’s say that $btu decides to voluntarily prepay its full ARO of $1.25B. And retain $400M in op cash. Guess what - it’s still better than $amr for 2023. It has 50% of market cap in free cash end of 2023 vs 33% for amr. Here’s the numbers https://t.co/5OoVHzjuhm
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$BTU bros how do we feel about this cup n handle on the weekly? Breakout in next 2 weeks and test 52-week highs for the 3rd time? #CoalTwitter https://t.co/IdvqaGP88h
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Nice to $BTU with a strong day. Congrats to the dip buyers and traders in the DMs. I really think this dividend announcement is close.
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Couple things on $BTU insider activity The Company’s Brisbane-based COO, Darren Yeates, vested 17,430 shares today that he did not sell and now owns nearly 146K shares. This guy knows the Aussie operations and he’s not selling, draw your own conclusions https://t.co/NdMBDC8Ve0
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$AMR nearly 100 bagged off the lows to June highs. $BTU 40 bagged. Truly amazing - esp since it happened so fast - I certainly don't claim to have ridden it all though! Zero ppl interested in selling now.
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$BTU looks like that was the low... ripper now?
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Who ever is selling $BTU here with a $24 handle needs to go do math 101 again.
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$BTU “The Company expects to consume 95 to 105 million gallons of diesel fuel during the next twelve months. A $10 per barrel change in the price of crude oil (the primary component of a refined diesel fuel product) would increase or decrease its annual diesel fuel costs by…
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#Coal stocks may be the best shot at a 100 bagger over the next decade that doesn't involve speculative resource discoveries. Seems like bottom is near/in but it is always tough at bottoms and inflections.
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