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Stop Trading!: Will This Rally Continue?

The Dow is up 335 points today, but will the rally continue?

Yes, Cramer told Erin Burnett during Tuesday’s Stop Trading!. The Mad Money host said his indicators show we’ll enjoy “a multiple-day rally.” With the market as oversold as it was, investors couldn’t pass up all the cheap stocks.

Speculation that Goldman Sachs or Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway will provide Washington Mutual with a much-needed infusion of money sent WM’s shares up 17% Tuesday. Cramer brushed the talk aside, saying that he couldn’t recommend a stock that’s already run that much anyway.

He did have some advice for Washington Mutual, though: Us this bump to launch a secondary offering and raise capital. “Issue 150 million shares,” Cramer said, “and get that balance sheet right.”

Cramer also took a moment to reiterate his call on Deere and the agriculture sector. “The group is always the best group to buy on the oversold” rallies, he said.

Jim's charitable trust owns Goldman Sachs.

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