Editor's Note: The following are questions received from viewers of "Mad Money," seen every day at 6 p.m. EDT on CNBC.
James J. Cramer
: I say that there is plenty of room for speculation in one's investment portfolio. That said, there are an extraordinary amount of potential land mines in the biotech sector.
As a general rule, I believe viewers should avoid speculating in stocks trading below $1 -- unless they've first conducted a lot of homework on the company.
: I am largely bearish on the large-cap drug stocks at this time, as patent expirations pile up and there are very few potential blockbusters in the pipeline.
, which has been given little credit for its recovering drug sales and attractive 4.5% dividend, I believe there is little money to be made in this group for the long term.
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