Cramer's Lightning Round - Keurig Green Mountain: It Was Great, But I'm Gone (5/6/14)

by: Miriam Metzinger

Stocks discussed on the Lightning Round segment of Jim Cramer's Mad Money Program, Tuesday May 6.

Bullish Calls:

  • National Oilwell Varco (NYSE:NOV): "The company reported a quarter that was good. People freaked out, and it went from $82 to $77. The charitable trust bought some right there, it is all the way back, and I like NOV."

Neutral Call:

  • Linn Energy (LINE): "I don't like the growth prospects. It bought this terrific company. I expected more from LINE. I don't know if it can raise the distribution. I want CEO Mark Ellis to come back on the show. That is a standing invite. It has a 10% yield. Do I want it? I don't know, I need more information."

Bearish Calls:

  • Keurig Green Mountain (NASDAQ:GMCR): "I thought that once Coca-Cola had taken that stake, it was done. I'm gone. The shorts had to cover. The longs don't have the pull. It was great, thank you, congratulations."
  • OPKO Health (NYSEMKT:OPK): "That is a speculative stock in this environment. That group has not been working. It has been (in the past) a big winner, though."
  • GasLog (NYSE:GLOG): "I think this area has gotten too inflamed. I think these are up too much on a wing and a prayer. I don't see anything happening in the near-term. I know that stock is up a lot, and I would prefer to take profits. I have enough problems on my hands with speculative stocks, and it is a bit rich for my taste."
  • Westport Innovations (NASDAQ:WPRT): "It has missed too many quarters. The show is not about friends, it is about making money, and WPRT has not made money."


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