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RealMoney Radio Mailbag: Return to Flight

A listener learns what Cramer makes of Boeing.

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Why isn't Boeing (BA) - Get The Boeing Company Report moving up anymore, even with all these new contract wins they've announced?-- Jerome

Jim Cramer

: Boeing can't get any traction because it is viewed as a plain old cyclical, and one that has already hit its peak. Therefore, despite the fact that Boeing's outlook seems a bit better almost every day, it just can't get a bid.

Do you like alternative energy stocks like Evergreen Solar (ESLR) ?-- David

Jim Cramer

: I am not a fan of alternative energy here, because with oil and natural gas prices falling, those alternatives just don't make sense from an economic standpoint. In addition, government subsidies have played a huge role in driving demand for alternative energy methods, which does not say much for their effectiveness.

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