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Jim Cramer Advises His Viewers On Kinder Morgan, Royal Dutch Shell And ConocoPhillips


Jim Cramer spoke on CNBC's Mad Money about the energy space and said that he would be a buyer of Kinder Morgan Inc (NYSE: KMI). He explained that the stock is trading a point from its 52-week high and it is poised to move higher despite low crude oil prices.

Cramer thinks that the company is in a good position to grow after its latest acquisitions and he likes its plan to return capital to shareholders. He added that the company is immune to the decline in crude oil because its cash flows depend on the volume of crude oil that goes through its pipelines.

Cramer thinks that Royal Dutch Shell plc (ADR) (NYSE: RDS-A) is cheap and he likes the stock, but he would buy it at $64 or approximately 5 percent lower from its current price.

ConocoPhillips (NYSE: COP) has an attractive dividend, said Cramer, but he would wait for the stock to drop to $59 from its current price of $69, before he buys it. He thinks that such a decline is possible because the last time that crude oil traded at its current price level ConocoPhillips traded below $60.


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