Stop Trading!: Navigate with Magellan

Monday, 14 Jan 2008 | 3:37 PM ET

Fidelity’s legendary Magellan Fund , set to re-open this week after being closed to new investors for over a decade, is “so right” given current market conditions, Cramer said on Monday’s Stop Trading!.

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Harry Lange, the fund’s manager, told CNBC that he is bullish on tech despite last week’s Nasdaq sell-off. Tech stocks rose sharply Monday after IBM announced better-than-expected profit.

Magellan’s holdings include Nokia , Corning , Google , Staples and Canadian Natural Resources . Cramer said he was bullish on all but Staples. Retail is still too dicey to own anything but best-of-breed, Cramer said. Costco remains one of the few retailers he recommends.

Jim's charitable trust owns Corning.

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