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Cramer: April Showers Bring May Flowers

With the markets down on intraday trading, Cramer is of the opinion that April showers bring May flowers. In Monday’s Stop Trading!, he lays out the specifics of where his spring bullishness lies.

In the tech sector, Cramer sees a lot of new money coming in, particularly with Apple and Research in Motion . He points out that we haven’t seen this sort of movement in some time, “You can see that the growth money is back into this market” he said. On a down day, these names are bucking the trend and continuing their upward move.

Watch the videofor Cramer’s opinion on big banks, the private-public partnership and why Goldman Sachs had the right strategy when it comes to balance sheet management.

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