Stop Trading!

Wednesday, 23 May 2007 | 3:30 PM ET

On today’s “Stop Trading!” segment, Cramer heartily disagreed with Alan Greenspan’s commentsthat he sees a “dramatic contraction” coming in Chinese stocks.

China is a juggernaut, Cramer says, and he doesn’t expect anything nearly as remarkable as what Greenspan’s comments indicate. To Cramer, a dramatic contraction signifies a market that gets cut in half. It’s more likely the Shanghai Composite has a “serious sell off” of 5-8%, he says, but “great bull markets have great sell offs.”

Cramer likes Six Flags , which he thinks could go to $9 on good weather for its amusement parks, as well as Crocs , which he thinks will continue to run.

Stop Trading!
Mad Money host Jim Cramer discusses Greenspan's comments about the Chinese economy and his stock picks of the day with CNBC's Erin Burnett

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