BTU should be more like half its price trading at a range more around 30$. Current price it trades at makes 0 sense. Profitability is way low, and -77% earnings growth last quarter? but the 20% rev growth justifies the valuation ratios?
the execs are all exercising options early and selling too.
Keep in mind oil was in mid $70's before that Iran BS began. Now that has been mitigated for the short term that could erase at least $10. Oil is starting to form a bearish trend. If it should fall, BTU will follow sooner or later. If you bought in the $30's as you say, better write some calls or take some off the table. Its at a 52 week high with oil already off 10%.