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LINN Energy (LINE) stock is down after Jim Cramer said Friday night he does not recommend the company, on CNBC's Mad Money show.
Cramer is sticking with Cypress Semiconductor but does not like Puma Biotechnology.
A possible Greek deal and J&J, JPMorgan and Honeywell earnings, among many others, are on Cramer's calendar for next week.
Trade-Ideas LLC identified Linn Energy (LINE) as a "dead cat bounce" (down big yesterday but up big today) candidate
TheStreet's Jim Cramer answers your Twitter questions about Blackstone, Netflix and other stocks.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer answers your Twitter questions about Blackstone (BX), Twitter (TWTR), and other stocks from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
Linn Energy (LINE) shares are declining after the company priced 16 million units at $11.79 per unit today.
There may be a new paradigm in the way private-equity firms invest in oil and gas, at least while oil prices are bumping around below $80 per barrel.
Cramer favors McCormick and Southwest Airlines but is avoiding Linn Energy and Pandora Media.
When positive things happen, stocks tend to go higher, Cramer says.
Stocks with insider trader activity include LINE, HDSN and CHSP
Cramer says Hain Celestial is for the longer term and he prefers Energy Transfer Partners to Linn Energy.
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