Submitted by Michael McDonald via OilPrice.com, Perhaps the greatest nightmare for investors in a commodity stock is that the commodity in question goes the way of coal. After more than a century of dominance in the U.S. and abroad, coal appears to have entered into a structural decline. Show More Summary
The coal stocks have been rallying lately but observers have it wrong. They focus on George Soros' investment as if it's an indication he's bullish. He isn't. I think he's just covering an amazing short. Read about how he used the government like a blunt object to beat down coal stocks and make a lot of money.
DON SURBER: Billionaires For Bernie! “The rich long ago figured out how to profit from socialism. Why do you think FDR, JFK and Jay Rockefeller supported bigger and bigger government? And so George Soros (worth $9 billion before Obama’s presidency began, $24 billion today) indulges in this luxury. And this year Soros is underwriting large […]
Karl Mathiesen, The Guardian: Billionaire climate philanthropist George Soros invested more than $2 million in struggling coal giants Peabody Energy and Arch Coal in recent months, despite having once called the fuel "lethal" to the climate. Show More Summary
There’s a reason Geoge Soros is a billionaire and we aren’t. Coal is being unfairly demonized throughout the West by activists and politicians. (It’s the reason Ontario’s energy prices are rising all the time.) Billionaire George Soros has financed this and other “green” “progressive” causes. So why did he just invest millions in coal? Well, if Soros had bought these […]
While ostensibly a leading advocate for the reduction of greenhouse emissions, billionaire George Soros recently invested millions in the coal industry.
Billionaire climate philanthropist George Soros invested more than $2m (£1.3m) in struggling coal giants Peabody Energy and Arch Coal in recent months, despite having once called the fuel “lethal” to the climate. Filings with the Securities and Exchange commission show that between April and June...
Steve Milloy believes there is more to Obama’s devastating War on Coal than malice and moonbattery. In addition to punishing his enemies, the Moonbat Messiah could be helping his friends:
IS THERE NOTHING THAT OBAMA CAN’T DO? Obama shorts coal; Soros buys shares dirt cheap. Even George Soros is planning ahead for January of 2017 and what Victor Davis Hanson once dubbed the Coming Post-Obama Renaissance.
``Billionaire George Soros's family office sold almost all of its stake in Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. in the second quarter, as Asia's largest Internet company saw its stock decline further because of a slowing Chinese economy.'' -- Probably a sign of where things are going...
Back in April I wrote a post titled, “how to trade like Stan Druckenmiller, George Soros and Jim Rogers.” It centered on a quote from Druck that really gets at the key to his incredible success in the markets: The first thing I heard...Show More Summary
Associated Press The Time Warner Cable corporate logo is displayed at a company store, Tuesday, May 26, 2015 in New York. Charter Communications is buying Time Warner Cable for $55.33 billion. Financier and philanthropist George Soros took a sizable new stake in Time Warner Cable (TWC) during the second quarter, according to quarterly 13-F filings released Friday. That [...]
On the Newsmax.com video series The Hard Line with Ed Berliner, Tea Party leader Niger Innis went off on a conspiracy-heavy rant connecting the #BlackLivesMatter movement to the far-right’s perennial bogeyman George Soros. Berliner asked Innis — the executive director of the website...
BERNIE SANDERS DOESN’T HAVE A BLACK LIVES MATTER PROBLEM. HE HAS A GEORGE SOROS PROBLEM: Readers School Politico Writer on Real Reason for Sanders BLM ‘Problem.’ “Seems a bit odd it hasn’t happened to Hillary, doesn’t it?”
These largest Planned Parenthood donors include Warren Buffett, George Soros, Bill Gates, and others. Here is a summary of the top seven funders.
Lefty billionaires Warren Buffett and George Soros, who have used their fortunes to influence the media, could learn from the example of the late media mogul Roy H. Park Sr. In the 2015 revised edition of Sons in the Shadow, Roy H. Park Jr. Show More Summary