Cramer's Lightning Round - Royal Dutch Shell Is The Cheapest Of The Majors (6/24/13)

by: Miriam Metzinger

Stocks discussed on the Lightning Round segment of Jim Cramer's Mad Money Program, Monday June 24.

Bullish Calls:

Royal Dutch Shell (NYSE:RDS.B): "I like Royal Dutch. It is the cheapest of the majors."

Copa Holdings (NYSE:CPA): "I like the airlines. Oil coming back down is going to help this one too."

Prospect Capital (NASDAQ:PSEC): "I always thought it was a well-run outfit. It has that really high yield, which is a red flag, because a lot of high yielders have been trimming their yields. It is well run, though, and I'm going to bless it. I've known them for years."

Chevron (NYSE:CVX): "Is one of the great major oil companies in the world. Buy, buy, buy."

Sprint (NYSE:S): "I want you to own the new Sprint (when it is taken over by Softbank). It is going to be terrific."

SunTrust (NYSE:STI): "Is a terrific buy. If you can get it at $29, I would pull the trigger."

Bearish Calls:

Dell (DELL): "You ring the register ... These guys are involved in loading the company up with debt, and there isn't much upside from here."

AU Optronics (NYSE:AUO): "I'm not crazy about that one. The liquid crystal display TV space is not so good."

World Wrestling Entertainment (NYSE:WWE): "It has had a decent run this year, but I don't see a lot of growth. I'd ring the register."


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