Stay Away From Coal Stocks - Cramer's Lightning Round (6/2/15)

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Includes: ADXS, ARLP, BLUE, GE, PRTY, RDS.A, RDS.B
by: SA Editor Mohit Manghnani

Summary

General Electric is slow, steady and good.

Party City will be very good for the next quarter or two.

Bluebird Bio is the best stock in its segment.

Stocks discussed on the Lightning Round segment of Jim Cramer's Mad Money Program, Tuesday, June 2.

Bullish Calls:

General Electric (NYSE:GE): "Slow and steady will kind of tie the race. I think it's going to go up over time. You get that dividend and keep reinvesting the dividend, and I think you will do fine. I don't think you will shoot the lights out, but I think you will do fine."

Party City (NYSE:PRTY): "When they rolled out a lot of the different recommendations, they were almost all positive. Therefore, I think that you have got another quarter or two that are going to be very good. I am on your team, and I like it."

Neutral Calls:

Advaxis (NASDAQ:ADXS): "After doing the work on the group, I have come back repeatedly to say that in this segment I want Bluebird (NASDAQ:BLUE). Now that does not mean yours is right or wrong. I am just saying that in this segment, I like Bluebird."

Royal Dutch Shell (NYSE:RDS.A) (NYSE:RDS.B): "I like Royal Dutch Shell, but not as much as I like the other oils. So, I am not going to give it my seal of approval."

Bearish Call:

Alliance Resource Partners (NASDAQ:ARLP): "I think you should be nervous. David Faber actually called it the war on coal. That makes me pull back from anything on coal."

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