Cramer's Stop Trading! 2010 Will Be the Year of Boeing (1/4/10)

Includes: BA, CHK, RDS.A, RRC, XOM, XTO
by: Miriam Metzinger

Stocks discussed on Jim Cramer's Stop Trading! TV Segment, Monday January 4.

Boeing (NYSE:BA), Exxon Mobil (NYSE:XOM), XTO Chesapeake (NYSE:CHK), Royal Dutch Shell (NYSE:RDS.A), Range Resources (NYSE:RRC)

Cramer says contango (the practice of buying up oil at low prices, storing it and selling it at higher prices) and not the weather is to blame for more expensive oil, and while this throws the commodity out of synch with its actual value, "it is very bullish for natural gas." Cramer has been pushing natural gas, a fuel which is getting a lot of attention recently with Exxon Mobil's (XOM) acquisition of XTO Energy (XTO) and Total (NYSE:TOT) buying a 25% stake in Chesapeake. Cramer predicts Royal Dutch Shell (RDS.A) may be in the market for a natural gas company, and thinks Range Resources (RRC) is a good investment because of its exposure to Marcellus shale.

2010 will be the year for Boeing (BA) period, end of story, said Cramer. "Aerospace is something we make better than anyone else," he said, pointing out the location of plants all over the country. Cramer attributes the delay in Dreamliner's release to Boeing's exacting standards for its products.


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