JPMorgan Chase: “Jamie Dimon’s best in show. This is a bank that is so on its game!” Cramer also said that once Chairman and CEO Chuck Prince gets his act together, Citigroup could go to $60.
Jones Soda : “We are not pulling the trigger right now. Why? There’s too much hot money in Jones.”
Melco PBL Entertainment : This stock has been a let down for Cramer. He can’t get behind it.
Kookmin Bank : “You have hit a winner!” Kookmin’s a good growth story and it has a 4% dividend. “I say Kookmin is still a buy.”
Johnson & Johnson : Cramer says it’s up only because Warren Buffett has been buying the stock, but the company isn’t worth owning. He suggests using the present strength to sell.
Gold Star Resources : Gold has been trading in up and down recently, Cramer says, and it’s on the down side now. He thinks this is a buy-in opportunity. GSS is a spec play, but Cramer’s also a fan of Yumana and Kinross.
Syntax-Brillian : “I think you should sell it now.”
National Oilwell Varco : Cramer would schnitzel a bit, but he thinks the stock is going higher.
Raytheon : A cheap stock with a CEO Cramer thinks is doing great things for the business. “I like Raytheon to go to $60.”
Superior Energy : Cramer likes SPN, but he’s more enthusiastic about Halliburton.
New York Mercantile : “I like the Merc very much. It’s great.”
Volcano : “I think Volcano is a terrific play…but remember: It is not Zimmer, which we like even more.”
Monster Worldwide : A newspaper company should wake up and buy this company, Cramer says, so it can lock down the classifieds business before Google gets a hold of it. He’d stick with MNST.
Jim’s charitable trust owns Citigroup and Halliburton.
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