This last week was the last time that funds could play with BTU. Notice how it goes down and then rises back up. In the morning they take the shares they own off the market let it drop and then they buy. I think probably between $75.00-$80.00. I have been checking port shipments In Australia as much as I can and they have not been affected as far as I can see.
> I have been checking port shipments In Australia as much as I can and they have not been affected as far as I can see.<
Are you saying BTU operations there were not affected by the bad weather there a couple of months ago?
RIO reported a drop in coking coal output from Australia Queensland operations and BHP is also expected to report reduced output (they release production info next week). Why would BTU be immune to the weather-related disruptions?