Cramer's Stop Trading! Who Cares About the Weak Dollar? (9/8/09)

Includes: AU, F, MU, NVDA, SGP, WFM
by: Miriam Metzinger

Stocks discussed on Jim Cramer's Stop Trading! TV Segment, Tuesday September 8.

Schering-Plough (SGP), Ford (NYSE:F), Micron (NASDAQ:MU), Nvidia (NASDAQ:NVDA), AngloGold (NYSE:AU), Whole Foods (WFMI)

About a year after the fateful fall of Lehman Brothers, Cramer points out a few stocks which have actually benefited from the economic decline: Schering Plough, Ford, Micron and Nvidia. He says Micron and Nvidia especially are cyclical stocks the market doesn't give enough credit, and those who believe bullish times lie ahead should buy Whole Foods, Micron and Nvidia.

Cramer says he doesn't question AngloGold's strategy of converting $1 billion of long-term capital into short-term investments;"I think [AngloGold's CEO] knows gold better than we do," he says. Cramer thinks gold might have farther to run, is not worried about a weaker dollar, and sees strong gold as "a sign of economic progress and robust growth around the world."


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