The Hindenburg refers to the broad markets which did not have a good day. The A/D line shows about 5 losers for every gainer and I would guess commodity stocks made up a good portion of those showing the gains. It's not just coal, but energy in general, the metals and many of the soft commodities that did relatively well. The question is how will they fare if the market were to take a 10+% haircut over the next few weeks. My guess is they get dragged down a lesser amount but down nonetheless. BTU just finished flat with yesterdays close, KOL down only 19 cents. Both respectable with dow off 225 and accelerating it's downward trend on the daily. The Nasdaq and NYSE also got hit and are taking out short term supports. I simply am urging caution until the big picture improves.