Monday, July 28, 2014

Mad Money Stock Picks

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Mad Money stock picks for Friday, July 25, 2014


The following stocks were discussed on the Mad Money show:

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Citigroup increased dividends 18 out of the last 25 years. In 2013 the dividend yield was 0.1%. Dividend distributions were in January, May, August and October. The dividend payout ratio is 1%. In the last 10 years, the stock had an annual compounded return of -18.2% including dividends and stock price appreciation. This is 25.6% lower than the S&P 500 return of 7.3%. The company operates in the Financial sector.
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** 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 Citigroup, Gaming and Leisure Proper and Starbucks. He was bearish on Advanced Micro Devices and Amazon.com.

Mad Money Mail:
Jim Cramer was bullish on Omeros. He was bearish on American Capital Agency, Best Buy, Builders FirstSource, Dunkin Brands and Monsanto.

Discussed Stocks:
Jim Cramer was bullish on Apache, Buffalo Wild Wings, GoPro, United Parcel Service and Yelp. He was bearish on Clorox, Cummins, Herbalife, Procter & Gamble, Panera Bread, Twitter, Whole Foods Markets and Exxon Mobil.

Lightning Round Stocks:
Jim Cramer was bullish on Covidien, Medtronic, Old Republic Internationa, Rite Aid and St Jude Medical. He was bearish on Prospect Capital, Trupanion and Weatherford International.