“This one’s got momentum,” Cramer said of TJX.
Dry-bulk shippers suffered a two-year bear market, Cramer said, but “the bear market is over.” Day rates have risen over the past 10 days, and he expected the trend to continue. The V-like pattern in the sector’s stocks usually indicates the start of a rally, he said, which should mean the companies’ well-known dividend payouts would return in 2010. Cramer recommended Diana Shipping as his favorite in the group. (Click here for Cramer's top oil-tanker stock.)
If SemitTool is getting a takeover bid, Cramer said, so should Cadence Design Systems . He admitted that CDNS has been “a very disappointing stock,” but it looks to be turning around, starting this quarter.
Lastly, Cramer had a message for Goldman Sachs Chairman and CEO Lloyd Blankfein: “Stop feeling so darn guilty” about your success. The Mad Money host was referring to Goldman’s apology on Wednesday for its part in the credit crisis and the $500 million it will commit to helping small businesses.
“You’re doing a good job,” Cramer said. “You’ve got nothing to feel guilty about.”
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