On Wednesday's "Mad Money" TV show, Jim Cramer interviewed Eldorado Gold (EGO) - Get Report CEO Paul Wright. Cramer predicted a strong outlook for gold, and Wright said Eldorado is positioned for growth without having to depend on issuing more equity.
Cramer encouraged viewers to make their own decisions regarding which gold stock to hold in their portfolios, but he said he likes Eldorado. He also recommended
on a pullback, but he said that
Northern Dynasty Minerals
was too speculative.
On Thursday, Eldorado closed down 16 cents, or 1.7%, at $9.10. Agnico-Eagle was down 42 cents at $57.75, and Northern Dynasty closed down 7 cents at $7.07.
, Cramer called
a buy based on its international exposure and its dividend. Coca-Cola closed up 10 cents at $44.85 on Thursday.
He also liked
, which he said is "better quality" than
PPG closed up $1.83, or 5%, at $38.71 on Thursday; DuPont was up 62 cents, or 2.7%, to $23.48; and Dow Chemical closed up 57 cents, or 6.5%, at $9.37.
At the time of publication, Cramer had no positions in stocks mentioned .
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