Jim Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap: The Analysts Are Wrong
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NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- The analysts are trying to get you out of stocks at just the moment you should be staying in, Jim Cramer said on "Mad Money" Wednesday. Cramer said after years of being criticized for being too bullish, the analyst community now appears to be permanently skeptical.
That was the case with with two Cramer faves, United Technologies
The banks is another sector coming under fire by the analysts, Cramer noted, just as bad loans are winding down and the net interest margins are ramping higher. KeyCorp
Executive Decision: Charif Souki
For his "Executive Decision" segment, Cramer sat down Charif Souki, chairman, president and CEO of Cheniere Energy
Souki said Cheniere is now giving investors multiple ways to invest -- with the original Cheniere shears, trading under the ticker LNG, along with Cheniere Energy Partners
When asked whether the demand for natural gas is slowing, Souki said there is an unlimited number of potential customers for Cheneire as long as there's such a large price differential between gas and oil. Our country still burns off more excess oil through flaring than it uses, Souki noted.