Apple hit another all-time high today, thanks to an iPhone price cut and still-booming iPod sales.
"The numbers are going to be blown away" when Apple reports its quarter, Cramer said.
Analysts have been raising their earnings estimates for Google , but Cramer said they're "still way too low," considering the price increases the search giant has been implementing. He expects Google's numbers to come in 10% higher than the revised estimates. The "next stop is $600," he said.
And for investors who believe in the two-day housing rally, Wachovia is "a steal," Cramer said, calling WB "way too cheap." If the trend in that lagging sector continues, WB could "go up five quick points."
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