Why Cramer Is Right: 4 Natural Gas Stocks to Buy

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Jim Cramer, the storied investor and host of Mad Money, makes many daily buy or sell recommendations on stocks. In today's edition Brendan discusses four natural gas stocks that he agrees with Cramer on. Westport is well positioned in this market as an innovator that can convert diesel engines to run on natural gas. Clean Energy Fuels is the leading provider of natural gas fueling stations in the U.S., and could see significant demand for its products as natural gas is used more as a transport fuel. Cheniere is positioned well to become the first exporter of natural gas in 2015 or 2016, important because natural gas prices are significantly higher internationally than in the U.S. Finally, Chesapeake looks like a solid bet despite being mainly a natural gas producer (not a great industry when natural gas is so cheap). The company has been diversifying into liquids, and will partner with GE to provide natural gas fueling stations in the U.S.

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