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  • Mad Money with Jim Cramer: CNG and CLNE

    A co-worker of mine, saw this on Mad Money with Jim Cramer. It mentions Clean Energy up and down this article.

    http://www.cnbc.com/id/26510604/site/14081545/
    Jared.
    Mountain Green, Utah
    2003 CNG Cavalier
    2003 CNG Silverado 2500HD

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    Re: Mad Money with Jim Cramer: CNG and CLNE

    Great Video. Nice to see CE getting some good PR.

    Doing wonders for the stock price.

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    • #3
      Re: Mad Money with Jim Cramer: CNG and CLNE

      How can CLNE claim they are lossing money? Where is it going?
      Jared.
      Mountain Green, Utah
      2003 CNG Cavalier
      2003 CNG Silverado 2500HD

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        Re: Mad Money with Jim Cramer: CNG and CLNE

        They are building a massive LNG plant and that investment is putting them in the red. In the interview their CEO acknoledged that the margins in their retail CNG side of the business are healthy.

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        • #5
          Re: Mad Money with Jim Cramer: CNG and CLNE

          Boy, I can't believe I didn't grab it in July at $10


          Now the options are:

          LOW RISK: Wait for another dip that approaches $10
          MEDIUM RISK: Buy now at $18 and hope for $28 and passage of the California ballot measure

          Unfortunately i'm not ballsy enough to pick door #2 at this point in time

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            Re: Mad Money with Jim Cramer: CNG and CLNE

            Originally posted by CNG-UNIT View Post
            Great Video. Nice to see CE getting some good PR.

            Doing wonders for the stock price.
            I could show you stock after stock that enjoys a quick rally after Kramer pimps it on his show, just wish I knew beforehand what he was going to talk about today ...

            Anywho, you want a great NGV play (that isn't as over bought as CLNE) check out FSYS. This stock is up over 450% since March - about the same amount as interest in NGV's in the same time frame - and is looking to continue higher. It's a great looking chart.
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