CBS (NYSE:CBS), Viacom (NASDAQ:VIA) and Disney (NYSE:DIS): Cramer said that CEO Les Moonves missed the opportunity to make CBS a top pick when he failed to raise the stock’s dividend after it reported a solid quarter thanks to its popular billboard advertising. "The market is beginning to question big buybacks," since repurchasing shares is good for hedge funds whereas high dividends benefit the average investor. However, Cramer is not completely against buying CBS but says that VIA is a definite sell since its competitor Disney is stealing its fire in children’s television.
Best Buy (NYSE:BBY) and Target (NYSE:TGT), Whole Foods (WFMI) and Electronic Arts (ERTS): Cramer is worried about Best Buy and feels that it may drop $3 from its recent rise to $53. He also notes lackluster same store sales at Target which have resulted in sell-offs in the retail sector. In addition, Cramer is concerned about the poor performance of WFMI and ERTS as they prepare for their earnings reports.
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