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Natural Gas: Super Hot or Overheated?

Cramer has been saying since last year that 2008 would be the year of natural gas, and he still believes the commodity has a lot higher to go.

Jim talked to Larry Lee, the founder, chairman and CEO of RAM Energy Resources , one of the oil and natural gas wildcatters featured on the show a couple of weeks ago with exposure to the Barnett and Devonian shales.

The stock is flat since Cramer recommended it but it's up 13% year to date and 4.8% year over year. The company plans to drill like crazy, and is about 40% exposed to natural gas.

Who better to help us figure out the prospects for the group.

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