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Did you miss last night's "Mad Money" on CNBC? If so, here are Jim Cramer's top takeaways for today's trading.
On the surface, Coach's 1 cent-a-share earnings beat on weak revenue and a 4% decline in same-store sales make not seem that impressive, but Cramer said compared to where those numbers were a year ago Coach is on fire.
Cramer pinned the turnaround at Coach to its new CEO, Victor Luis, who took the reins in January 2014. Luis has since put renewed focus on the brand and its products as well as on the company's ecommerce operations and its stores, 40% of which will be remodeled by the end of fiscal 2016.
Investors can snap up all of these positives and a lot more, in a stock that trades for just 17 times earnings, which sports a bountiful 3.6% yield.
Dominion Resources(D) - Get Report : In an exclusive interview, Cramer spoke with Tom Farrell, chairman, president and CEO at Dominion, which on Monday announced the acquisition of Questar (STR) , a Utah-based natural gas company, for $4.4 billion in cash.
Farrell explained the assets that Dominion sold in 2007 near the highs of the market were in the oil and gas production space, while the acquisition of Questar, near the market lows, is a well-run natural gas infrastructure company.
Farrell is bullish on Dominion's prospects for exporting liquified natural gas by late next year. He said Dominion has signed 20-year contracts for the facility and those contracts don't rely on the underlying price of the commodity.
Farrell is also upbeat on Dominion's data center business, primarily located in Virginia. He said there are another nine major data centers coming online this year in Virginia, thanks in part to the state's low cost of reliable electricity. Dominion is also building a solar farm in Virginia to provide an Amazon.com(AMZN) - Get Report data center with renewable energy.
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