Cramer’s 10 Stocks You Might Have Overlooked
When it’s time for Cramer to shave, he likes to use Burt’s Bees brand shaving cream because it’s natural.
Clorox has admitted it overpaid for the natural personal products maker, but Cramer thinks it’s now getting its money’s worth for the acquisition. That’s only one reason Cramer likes its stock, though. It currently pays a 3.5 percent dividend yield, for example. And CEO Donald Knauss is a “serial dividend raiser,” Cramer said.
CVS Caremark (CVS)
Cramer typically buys most of his consumer goods at his local CVS.
The pharmacy store operator has been taking share from rival Walgreen, Cramer said, making CVS a “buy, buy, buy!”
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