Dear Jim and Staff: Thank you for such a fun and exciting day on Tuesday at your 5th Anniversary Show. The staff of Mad Money did a phenomenal job and made us feel so welcome. If it is possible, we hold you in higher esteem. Your kiss remains on each of our cheeks, we haven't washed our faces yet! We were also honored to be in the presence of another gentleman, your Dad. We thought of two more questions. What drives you to excel in everything you do, and what are your thoughts on Iron Mountain? Fondly, Three Gals from Long Island - Jeanne, Kim and Sue
Cramer says: "...Iron Mountain's difficult because this is a storage play, including digital storage. I think it requires more business formation than we're going to be able to get in this country, and so therefore I think the stock is just a flatliner."
Booyah Jim: Sending you an United States Army Hooah Booyah! I'm looking for your thoughts on Boeing and whether or not this is a good time to increase my position or do I schnitzel a bit off the top, as I have doubled my money at this point. Thanks for all that you do for the small investors and your appreciation for everyone in the armed forces. Keep the books coming - I loved Getting Back to Even. I am back to even and up 18% since reading it. -Staff Sergeant Mike, US Army
Cramer says: "The stock has been red hot, but it's going to be a multiyear move. Just today they came out and said they're going to increase production in 2011 ... Don 't buy up here. I think the market's coming in. If it comes down, you pick up more. Do not schnitzel yet. I see a multiyear move coming for Boeing, and all the companies that make parts for Boeing, in the next couple of years."
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