Thursday and late yesterday, Jim Cramer responded to a new batch of questions posed by members of the Stockpickr community.
Anybody can ask, respond or comment at Stockpickr Answers; the top responders get ranked in our "Top Analysts" section.
Here are a few of the questions to which Cramer has recently responded:
- Lamson & Sessions (LMS) has basically put itself up for sale and is exploring its options. Do you think we'll get something good about this situation next Friday when the company announces earnings,
or is this just dead money?
- Chicago Bridge and Iron (CBI) has turned around and been making a really nice run of late. It seems to gain great new contracts almost weekly, exposure to the Middle East, and is an overall well-run company.
How long do we stay on this? What would be a price target to look for before we take some off the table?
- With the recent $6 pullback in Chipotle Mexican Grill (CMG) - Get Report,
is now the time to buy some before the company reports earnings July 31?
- Yahoo! (YHOO) :
What is the short range, long range on Yahoo!?
- Lear (LEA) - Get Report:
What do you think of Pzena valuing Lear at $55-$60 per share?
You've said over and over how great you think Pzena is. And what does a $55 for Lear suggest for Johnson Controls (JCI) - Get Report on a valuation basis?
- I inherited a lot of Disney (DIS) - Get Report and Time Warner (TWX) stock, but I do not see any real appreciation. I just watch the Dow but wonder why the same isn't happening to stocks like these.
What do you think the long-range prospects are?
I do not want to miss too much of the current rally in other sectors; I have other stocks that are doing fine, but my bulk is here, and I would need to sell more to participate, so when do you not go long for too long when all the action is elsewhere? Disney is up only 1.5% for the year and forget Time Warner -- I am tired of hearing about a breakup. Your opinions would be most appreciated.
- Citigroup (C) - Get Report: I hate owning this stock and watching a great bull market pass me buy.
Is it really worth waiting it out to see if (CEO Chuck) Prince gets the axe?
(Editor's note: Cramer owns Citigroup for his Action Alerts PLUS charitable trust.)
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