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Concerns over its accounting practices appear overblown, and we see value and upside.
Cramer said there are two sides to Linn's story and Pinnacle Foods is a tasty stock choice.
Cramer said the skeptics are wrong about Linn and he's sticking with ADT and Hain Celestial.
Not everyone can be an investor like Warren Buffett, Cramer said. Investors need flexibility to change with the markets.
We will increase our energy exposure with these two trades.
Cyclical stocks still make sense, given their underperformance relative to defensive sectors.
The ex-dividend date for Linn Energy (Nasdaq:LINE) is Monday, May 6, 2013. Owners of shares as of market close today will be eligible for a dividend of 73 cents per share. At a price of $38.60 as of 9:30 a.m., the dividend yield is 7.6%.
David Peltier answers questions about the model portfolio's benchmark, stock market education and a specific energy stock.
We believe the earnings miss is a short-term issue, and we'll buy on this pullback.
After a good acquisition, it's positioned for production growth.
We locked in some gains this week and raised cash, readying the fund for the earnings season.
The bears may be right about some sectors, but not about the market as a whole, Cramer said.
Energy is an area that Action Alerts Plus CIO & Co-Portfolio Manager Stephanie Link is building out. She tells TheStreet's Lindsey Bell how she plans to balance the sector.
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