PowerShares Global Coal Portfolio ETF (PKOL) - NASDAQ
PKOL is defunct since February 26, 2013. Lack of investor interest
  • Eric Stalee | Send Message 12 Dec 2011

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    • Eric Stalee | Send Message 12 Dec 2011
      : Yup, It held up rather well compared to the rest of the market so that was also a factor in me buying it as well.
    • Ocean Man | Send Message 13 Dec 2011
      : A squeeze needs a catalyst. The KeyBanc note was the catalyst for DMND. Avoiding a 4% dividend payment on 12/28 could be it for ALSK.
      • Dr. Kris | Send Message 3 Jan 2011

        Schmokin'!: Coal is on a run! Coal miners breaking out to new highs: ANRZQ, ARLP, NRP, CLF, TCK. Coal ETFs also posting new highs: KOL, PKOL.
          • candlestickpicks | Send Message 20 Dec 2010

            PKOL completed a White Hammer candlestick pattern on 12/20/2010. Look for an upward price movement on 12/21/2010
              • candlestickpicks | Send Message 19 Dec 2010

                PKOL completed a White Hammer candlestick pattern on 12/17/2010. Look for an upward price movement on 12/20/2010
                  • hayekvonfriedman | Send Message 15 Dec 2010

                    PKOL shows a 51% retracement with support at $35.25. I bought...steam coal for heat in Europe and met coal for Asia.
                      • Dr. Kris | Send Message 11 Nov 2010

                        Channel breakout: Just noticed Arch Coal (ACI) broke out of $20/$28 range several days ago along with its group (KOL, PKOL). $40 resistance.
                          • Dr. Kris | Send Message 5 Nov 2010

                            Stoking the coals: Coal stocks & ETFs at or near new highs. Coal stocks: PUDA.OB, YZC. Coal ETFs: KOL, PKOL. <1% d/y's on last three.
                              • Thomas Pan | Send Message 27 Apr 2010

                                China is the world's biggest producer of hydropower. A prolonged drought will drive up the price of coal. KOL PKOL
                                  PKOL Description
                                  The PowerShares Global Coal Portfolio (Fund) is based on the NASDAQ OMX Global Coal IndexSM (Index). The Fund will normally invest at least 90% of its total assets in securities that comprise the Index and ADRs and GDRs based on the securities in the Index. The Index is designed to measure the overall performance of globally traded securities of the largest and most liquid companies involved in the exploration for, and mining of coal, as well as other related activities in the coal industry. The Index is rebalanced quarterly using a modified, market-cap-weighted methodology.
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