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Shares of the amusement park operator have a strong base to propel prices higher.
Dividend investors should be rather comfortable with Cedar Fair's dividend prospects over the coming year.
Both names have been posting solid earnings that makes their bountiful dividend yields very attractive.
Cedar Fair L.P. and Grief Inc. both provide solid yields and attractive long-term prospects.
Chatham Lodging Trust and Cedar Fair are two well-run companies with very attractive yields that can help balance a portfolio.
This sort of insider activity often coincides with a turnaround in these types of beaten down equities.
MoneyShow.com contributors highlight their top picks among operators of amusement parks and entertainment centers.
Investors have had loads of fun with these amusement-park operators.
Jim Cramer says there are seven stocks that he especially likes for dividends.
Shares remain in an upswing with further gains anticipated.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer likes two names in the family entertainment space and would buy Dollar Tree at current levels and thinks J.M. Smucker is a way to play pet food.
Shares of Cedar Fair (FUN) have drifted down more than 2% in the past half year even as oil prices remained depressed and employment rose.
Jim Cramer answers viewers' Twitter questions from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange Wednesday, offering his opinions on why he likes Six Flags (SIX) and Kraft Heinz (KHC).
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Jim Cramer answers viewers' Twitter (TWTR) questions from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
Jim Cramer says following the recession, 'people just are not spending the way that they used to' and investors can take advantage of this thesis by looking at Cedar Fair and Six Flags.
Cedar Fair and Six Flags are shareholder-friendly outperformers.
Boardwalk Pipeline trades at a P/E level not seen since the Great Recession.
Cramer says that Six Flags is buyable once the news settles on the recent quarter and roller coaster headlines
Jim Cramer looks at companies that have boosted their dividends with strong underlying fundamentals, with Mad Money Research Director Nicole Urken.
David Peltier finds a stock trading below tangible book value that has attractive upside potential.