President Trump signed an executive order ing back much of the Obama administration's efforts to combat climate change in hopes of spurring growth in energy jobs in the United States.
A cold winter looming in China, and a newly-elected friend coming to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, may well extend a phenomenal run for coal ETFs in 2017.
Broadly-diversified energy ETFs are often the best option for investors seeking more variation in their portfolios.
There are signs that things could finally be turning around for coal.
The CNBC 'Fast Money Halftime' traders debate J.P. Morgan, hear the bullish case on Twitter and provide insight into the energy sector.