Mad Mail: Buy Annaly?

Booyah Jim!: I keep reading reports that our current energy grid will need replacing the next few years if we are to maintain our current standard of living. I am wondering if there is one particular contractor or maybe a sector that can be invested in now to reap the rewards of building a new energy grid for the future. Thanks for your insightful commentary every day! --Clarence

Cramer says: “The two that I’ve been recommending over and over are actually the ones that have been doing quite well: MasTec and Quanta Services…Those are your best ones.”


Professor Cramer, Booyah!: My name is Dan, I'm 22 years old, and I serve in the United States Navy! We always said Hooyah, but now I'm saying Booyah! You should do a show in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. That's where I'm stationed and after the show we can make our own scotch-a-mid on my dirty linoleum floor. I wanted to start a position in US Steel , but I missed a 10-point move. Should I call this a miss and move on or start buying on the way down again? I think I'm more obsessed with the market than you were at my age. Being stationed here in Hawaii I wake up at 2:30 am every morning to see how the market is going to do for the day. I get to watch CNBC till about half way through the day before it's time to go to work. As soon as I get home I check my portfolio and do my homework, then turn on Professor Cramer and go to class. I want to thank you for what you do every day. Not only have you made me some Mad Money, you have taught me a life long skill. --Dan

Cramer says: “…which I presume to be making ‘mids.’ So, thank you, Dan.”


Last night you recommended Boston Properties and you noted the potential positive impact of the recent secondary offering (per the recent trend) but also warned the dividend might be reduced from over a 5% yield to a 4% yield. In March you warned viewers to stay away from Annaly Capital, which has a double-digit yield and was trading about the middle of its 52-week range similar to BXP on Tuesday. Is that still your position on NLY? --Mike

Cramer says: “I lost money for people on NLY. I lost money for my charitable trust [with] NLY. So…let’s just retire the name.”

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