Goldman Sachs (NYSE:GS) and Citigroup (NYSE:C): In spite of the fact that it has risen $7, Cramer recommends GS as a buy and gives the credit to CEO Lloyd Blankenfien for putting together a "pastiche" of businesses which includes investment banking, asset management, equity trading and underwriting. GS has room to grow, says Cramer and he would "buy it agressively." Concerning the 16% sequential revenue decline, Cramer blames it on the summertime when "everyone's at the Hamptons." Although he doubts that GS will go private, Cramer believes that it might attract an offer from Citigroup.
Best Buy (NYSE:BBY) and Deere (NYSE:DE): Cramer compared BBY's 9% rally after good guidance to the leap DE took from 70 to 80. He believes that it is not stopping at $52 partly due the success in clearing out the big screen television inventory.
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