Sudden Death: Marvel, Panera and More

Wednesday, 14 Nov 2007 | 11:08 AM ET

Marvel Entertainment : Cramer thinks it will go higher off its “monster quarter.”

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Panera Bread : Sell it, Cramer said. The raw costs are too prohibitive.

Marshall & Ilsley : If Cramer had to own a bank, it would be MI because it is so conservatively managed, he said.

Yingli Green Energy : “Too dangerous.” First Solar is better and less risky, Cramer said.

EMCORE : Another one that’s way too risky, according to Cramer. “Let’s get conservative here.”

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