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Magellan Midstream Partners, L.P.: "It's going higher. I beat myself up on a [charitable trust] club call today for ActionAlertsPlus saying, 'Listen, I thought that FERC was going to derail these guys. I was wrong.' The company did an amazing job. [CEO] Michael Mears came on this show when the stock was really, really low and said, 'Buy it.' He was right."
Xylem, Inc.: "Like we said last night, we like anything water-connected. It's come down a little bit. It's still up for the year. I'm going to reiterate to buy."
Karyopharm Therapeutics: "You're out there on your own, I've got to tell you, because that is a very, very speculative situation for a billion-dollar company and I cannot endorse it here."
New Residential Investment Corp.: "Very high yield. Don't know whether it can be backed up. Why? Because I don't really know what they own. That's the problem with some of these higher yielders. They've got mortgages [and] I can't figure out whether they're good or not. I'm taking a pass."
Kemet Corporation: "Inexpensive semiconductor company that I think is worth buying. I know it's a little speculative but I think it's a good one."
Iovance Biotherapeutics, Inc.: "Look, we have always said the same thing: oncological specs we are willing to accept as long as we understand that they are specs and nothing more because they tend to get takeover bids."
Casella Waste Systems, Inc.: "I've known them for many years. Used to have a position in them many, many years ago when I was a hedge fund manager. I've got to tell you, I think you should be in Waste Management. Let's go for big and best. Let's go for best of breed. "
Boston Scientific Corporation: "No, no, no, [don't buy more]. In fact, I want you to take our your cost basis tomorrow and play with the house's money. [CEO Michael] Mahoney's doing an unbelievable job. We did not see that takeover bid materialize. I don't care. It's an earnings story and they are a remarkable company."