The F.A.D.S. C.A.N. names are all up huge, however. Since coining the acronym on Nov. 2, they've rallied by roughly 14 percent, where the S&P is up by just more than 4 percent over the same period. Cramer acknowledged that following a move this big, few investors would want to buy now. Most would take one look at the charts, and think they'd missed the move higher.
But according to Ken Shreve, a highly regarded technician on Wall Street, there are still opportunities in the F.A.D.S. C.A.N. and especially in two names in particular. To find out which two stocks he prefers and why, watch the video.
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