The takeover frenzy on Monday did not send the market up, noted Cramer, because these acquisitions were in mineral, real estate and steel sectors that don't need to move higher. Cramer gave his lists of "annointed stocks" which included: BA, GOOG, NYX, MA. "This is where the money is being made," he said. "It's not only on takeovers, but on earnings." While some stocks on this list seem costly, Cramer says that they are cheap compared to the profits they will bring, and notes that NYX went up 10 points this week, and if valued like Nymex, NYSE would be sitting at $250. Cramer suggested using any weakness to buy good stocks also in the infrastructure, energy and diversified industrial sectors.
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UAL (UAUA) and Continental (CAL) - "The airlines are ramping furiously," remarked Cramer who likes UAL and says CAL is a "terrific company." He predicts this trend will continue because the airlines are in acquisition mode. "There are so many ways to win," he continued. "This market is going higher."
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Best Buy (BBY): Cramer sees growth potential for this company.
GameStop (GME): This is a "terrific" hardware and software company, says Cramer.
Allergan (AGN): a "best-of-breed" stock, according to Cramer.
Apple (AAPL): Cramer says that people who hold onto Apple are not hogs and are going to see it run from $87 to $100.
FedEx (FDX): This stock is a good way to play the online holiday shopping season.
Mentor (MNT): When asked about owning this stock for silicon breast implants, Cramer said he preferred Allergan.
Crocs (CROX): Cramer says that investors have made enough money with CROX and he is not bullish anymore.
Sony (SNE): Playstation will probably not have an immense effect on Sony which needs to break itself up, according to Cramer.
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