Cramer’s 10 Stocks You Might Have Overlooked
As investors worry about weak economic data from Asia and signs of economic trouble in Europe, they are missing out on winning stocks that should be “obvious,” said Jim Cramer on CNBC’s “Mad Money.”
After all, the underlying companies make products that are popular in most American homes. Shares of these companies are thriving, even amid an uncertain stock market and sluggish global economy.
To provide a few examples, Cramer highlighted an array of products he uses daily, which happen to be made by companies that currently boast very attractive stocks. He thinks each stock is worth considering.
Read on for Cramer’s 10 Stocks You Might Have Overlooked
Church & Dwight (CHD)
From Arm & Hammer liquid laundry detergent to Trojan condoms, Church & Dwight makes a variety of consumer goods, including an electric toothbrush that Cramer uses every day.
Church & Dwight is a terrific innovator that focuses on the U.S. market, Cramer said. It’s also one of his favorite stocks. Shares of the Princeton, N.J.-based company have gained nearly 25 percent year-to-date.
Whenever Cramer wants to brush his teeth, he reaches for a tube of Colgate brand toothpaste.
The New York-based company seems to be “winning the battle for lesser developed nations,” Cramer said. Its stock has posted a 12 percent gain year-to-date.
Johnson & Johnson (JNJ)