Insider buying at
suggests that natural gas is poised to bounce, Jim Cramer said on
"Stop Trading" segment Wednesday.
In particular, buying by Chesapeake CEO Aubrey McClendon is bullish. "I'm going with him," Cramer said. "He has historically been very astute with his buying."
With natural gas trading around $6 per million British thermal units, "you have to step up to the plate. Rather than think natural gas is a prelude to oil, I think oil is a prelude to natural gas," Cramer said.
on word it will sell a $700 game machine with a personal computer inside. He also said analyst speculation that
could be of interest to
Such calls "are not made idly. When you do that stuff they cut your head off," Cramer said. "I like the chatter. The stock has held up all day in a really doggy Nasdaq tape."
should be bought because -- unlike the
, which is battling the
for listings -- it still has pricing power.
"BOT raised fees today by 20%," Cramer noted. "It's good to be a monopoly."
At the time of publication, Cramer had no positions in the stocks mentioned.
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