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Stop Trading!: Buy Toys


Toy stocks are dirt cheap, Cramer said on Monday’s Stop Trading!. Of the three major toy names - Mattel , Hasbro and JAKKS Pacific – Cramer prefers Jakks, which he called the cheapest of the lot on a momentum basis.

On to the energy front, Cramer reiterated his call that naural gas will be the “fuel of the future.” To those that “diss” the energy source as too expensive, he noted that it’s trading at the same price it did in 2006. Investors can get exposure to nat gas through XTO Energy , Apache , Devon Energy and Anadarko , although Cramer’s favorite is XTO, which is also the cheapest on a price-to-earnings basis.

Finally, Cramer said he still thinks people should sell the agriculture stocks, even though they are getting a bounce after a sectorwide fall last week. This complex has become too expensive and has lost its momentum, he said.


Jim's charitable trust owns XTO Energy.

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