Forget the sweeping macro claptrap that isn't going to happen. The coal industry put its money on the right candidates, and it got what it paid for. Here's a coal stock to play the outcome.
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Smart phones running on Google's operating system continue to gain momentum in the US market.
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The company was written off not once but twice in 2 years. Now its time in purgatory is over, and it's approaching the breakout level.
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As the beverage giant reports an increase in earnings, this may be the time to grab its shares.
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