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NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Did you miss last night's "Mad Money" on CNBC? If so, here are Jim Cramer's top takeaways for today's trading.
Enbridge (ENB - Get Report) : In an exclusive interview, Cramer sat down with Al Monaco, president and CEO of Enbridge, the oil and gas pipeline operator with a 4.3% yield and shares that have rallied 9% over the past five days.
Monaco said the recent rally in the stock is a testament to the company's resiliency and superior business model, while the weakness that preceded it was merely indiscriminate selling by uninformed investors.
Enbridge has tremendous assets, Monaco noted, and is connected to all the right places and all the best markets. The company continues to be among the lowest-cost providers.
Monaco also commented on Cheniere Energy (LNG - Get Report) getting ready to ramp up our country's first natural gas export terminal. He said it's amazing that our country has unparalleled resources, yet until now hasn't had a connection to the global marketplace for natural gas.
Cramer called Enbridge the most reliable producer of higher distributions for its shareholders he has ever seen.
Domino's Pizza (DPZ - Get Report) : In his second exclusive interview, Cramer spoke with Patrick Doyle, president and CEO of Domino's, which disappointed Wall Street with weaker-than-expected revenue.
Doyle explained that as food prices fall, so, too, will Domino's revenue, which are based on a cost-plus model. Profits, however, will continue to be the same, even though it looks like the company is making less on the top line. He also noted that currency headwinds remain a challenge for Domino's, but the company continues to work through those challenges.
At its core, however, Domino's continues its growth trajectory with four consecutive quarters of strong same-store sales increases.
When asked about sales in India, Doyle said that India's economy is slowing buy Domino's is not seeing a slowdown and continues to open three new stores a week in that country.
Cramer said it is rare to be able to get Domino's at a discount, but this is one of those times.
Kleinfeld said there are some nuggets of fantastic performance in Alcoa's earnings, and the parts of the business that are under stress, mainly commodity aluminum, are being restructured to fix the problems.
Kleinfeld also touted Alcoa's recent contract win with Lockheed Martin (LMT - Get Report) to build state-of-the-art components for Lockheed's latest jet fighters. He said that contract wouldn't have been won without the investments the company has been making in the aerospace sector.
Cramer said anyone selling Alcoa just doesn't know what they're doing.
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