If you were watching ethanol company stocks over the last five years, you’re probably suffering from a serious case of whiplash. They boomed with the fuel’s fortunes in 2008, crashed like everything else in 2009, recovered impressively in 2010, and then fell in both 2011 and 2012. So far this year most are up between 20% and 40%, but few investors believe these gains will prove sustainable.
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Cummins has been in a downward trend for months now. The recent lowering of its forecast for 2012 just exasperates the whole problem for the large engine market. Can we see any hope of a near turn reversal for the company and the industry?
There has been a lot of talk about CO2 sequestering technology lately.
The obvious solution to factory-produced CO2 isn't trying to bury it, despite what people say. That may be required as temporary storage, but it is not a good option. Eventually it will leak, just like those salt mines will eventually leak, but we put nuclear waste there anyway. (Nuclear, the clean form of energy more »