Friday, August 1, 2014

Mad Money Stock Picks

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Mad Money stock picks for Thursday, July 31, 2014

The following stocks were discussed on the Mad Money show: has no history of paying dividends. In the last 7 years, the stock had an annual compounded return of 48.3% including dividends and stock price appreciation. This is 42.2% higher than the S&P 500 return of 6.1%. The company operates in the Technology sector.

** Only full year data used in calculations (ending 12/31/2013).
** Dividend and stock performance were calculated by this web site, not transcribed from Mr. Cramer's comments.

Featured Stocks:
Jim Cramer was bullish on, Dow Chemical, and VipShop. He was bearish on Whole Foods Markets.

Guest Interview:
Jim Cramer was bullish on BP and Buffalo Wild Wings.

Discussed Stocks:
Cramer was bearish on Kellogg, Kraft Foods and Microsoft.

Lightning Round Stocks:
Jim Cramer was bullish on Bristol-Myers Squibb, Energy Transfer Partners, Kinder Morgan Energy Part, Waste Management and Zynga. He was bearish on Covanta, Precision Castparts and Pfizer.