Mad Mail: Will Gulf Spill Benefit NatGas?

Monday, 3 May 2010 | 7:56 PM ET

For Monday’s Mad Mail, Randy in Oregon wondered if the recent Gulf of Mexico oil spill meant President Obama might finally warm to natural gas as a bridge fuel, an idea that Cramer has endorsed on Mad Money. But he said he doubted that would happen, even despite the disaster and the coal-mine explosion in West Virginia. Cramer said he was both “disappointed” and “amazed” that Washington hasn’t yet realized the potential of natural gas.

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Steve asked if Anadarko’s falling share price was a chance to buy more, to which Cramer replied yes. “I wish I had had this question on Friday,” he said, “when the stock was down badly.” He thinks the stock is a buy, especially because of its great CEO, James Hackett.

And lastly, Andrew in New York asked Cramer for his opinion on ARM Holdings . “We think highly of it,” the Mad Money host said, adding that ARMH was a “terrific Internet tsunami play.” He also likes the company’s relationship with Apple . “ARMH is a winner,” Cramer said.

Cramer’s charitable trust owns Apple.

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