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RealMoney Radio Mailbag: Keep Off the Frontline

Cramer believes earnings have peaked in the energy tanker business, and Frontline's dividend could suffer.

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Frontline (FRO) - Get Frontline Ltd. Report offers a solid dividend. What is your take on the stock?-- K.G.

James J. Cramer:

The oil tanker currently pays a $3.10-a-share quarterly dividend, which equates to an impressive 29.5% yield. That said, I believe that earnings have peaked in the energy tanker business, because supply has quickly caught up with demand. This could be bad news, since Frontline's dividend is tied directly to its earnings. With that in mind, I believe that listeners should avoid the stock, as a potential decline in share price could offset the benefit of the dividend.

Transmeta (TMTA) may be under your radar, but the stock has been cooking lately. What do you think?-- T.T.

James J. Cramer:

This chip stock has doubled in the past week and nearly tripled in the past month. The company reported better-than-expected results last week, though I believe investors looking for a semiconductor stock should focus on


(INTC) - Get Intel Corporation Report

. (In the interest of full disclosure, I own Intel in my charitable trust,

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