Google (GOOG): When it comes to growth stocks, Google is "the only game in town" for mutual fund managers, says Cramer, and he predicts that the the leading internet company will reach $750 if interest rates don't rise.
Goldman Sachs (GS) and Wells Fargo (WFC): Cramer confesses that he is puzzled by the fact that GS is "such a big discount" when it has great talent, performs well and could reach $225 if it were give the same price-to-earnings multiple as WFC.
Deere (DE): Deere's rise after light production and unambitious forecasts proves that the market is in "half full mode," remarks Cramer: "The shorts are dying on this one." He predicts that the stock which has climbed $5 to $94 will keep going to $100.
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