Cramer's Lightning Round - Peabody Is Getting Cheaper by the Day (6/15/11)

by: Miriam Metzinger

Stocks discussed on the Lightning Round session of Jim Cramer's Mad Money TV Program, Wednesday June 15.

Bullish Calls:

Peabody (BTU): "I know it is coming down, but we are in a super cycle for coal because Japan is going to take the nukes offline, Germany is taking nukes offline. This is coal's market...has my pick in coal been right? No, but that said, Peabody is is getting cheaper by the day.

McDonald's (NYSE:MCD): "It's reports what is supposed to be bad month...does it go down? goes down a little bit and comes is one of the great stocks in this environment. I want to buy it."

StoneMor Partners (NYSE:STON): "I think that is an inexpensive stock, and that is a good one. I am in an endless search for yield...yield is what protects us in vicious bad markets."

Vodafone (NASDAQ:VOD): "This is a great example...good yield, great growth safety...we have liked it at $25, and below, we like it again."

Bearish Calls:

Aruba (NASDAQ:ARUN): "I think this is the quintessential tech stock that people don't know what it owns so they sell it anyway...accept the fact it is tech, and if it is tech, it is going take is even the good ones are going to go down. Don't touch it."

Sina (NASDAQ:SINA): "We nailed it...we sold it at $120, and we never looked back."

American Capital Agency (NASDAQ:AGNC): "This is a very high-yielding stock. I invite management on the show to ask them how they do's got the highest yield of any stock at 18%. I need to know how they get to 18% before I say 'buy it.' I missed it, and I say mea culpa."


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