A Sector Geithner Can’t Touch?

Tuesday, 10 Feb 2009 | 9:30 PM ET
Off the Charts: Transocean
Transocean may have a great looking chart, but Cramer say to heck with the charts. He thinks Schlumberger has the better business.

The Dow may have plunged 382 points after Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner’s much-anticipated rescue plan failed to meet Wall Street’s expectations, Cramer said Tuesday, but there are still investable market trends. Like a bottom in crude oil, which should put at least one of that sector’s stocks in play. Cramer used both technical and fundamental analysis to see which name worked best and found a recommendation that investors should consider. So who is it? Transocean ? Schlumberger ? Exxon Mobil ? Chevron ? BP ? Watch the video to find out.

Cramer's charitable trust owns BP.

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