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What do you mean when you say you are long a stock?

-- John from Florida

James J. Cramer: When I say I am long a stock, it just means that I own it and will therefore benefit if the price goes up.


What do you think of the cable television technology companies like OpenTV (OPTV)?

-- Kevin from New York

James J. Cramer: I am not a fan of this sector, because I believe that most of the time selling to the cable companies is an extremely tough business.

In addition, there are very few cable companies to begin with, so the addressable market isn't very big.


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