Wal-Mart (WMT), Target (TGT), J.C. Penney (JCP): Cramer says that the reason WMT reports slow same-store sales and is not participating in the a rally along with TGT and JCP is that it needs a change in management. He comments that the stores are "hideous" places to shop and WMT's wages are not going to attract a quality workforce; WMT is not selling flat-screen TVs because "You don't want to shell out 5 G's to a guy making 10 bucks an hour."
Crocs (CROX): Cramer says that it's time to go easy on Crocs since it doubled to $50, and notes that the stock is in the low $40s now. Concerning insider selling, Cramer comments "Everyone is unloading at the top. That's worrisome to me." He still likes Crocs, but says the shoe company should "find its footing."
Equity Office (EOP), Google (GOOG), Sirius Satellite Radio (SIRI) : Concerning Sam Zell's selling of EOP, Cramer said that Zell is straightforward and would have mentioned any worries he had about commercial property markets. Concerning Barron's bearishness on Google, he said,"If you hate it at 200 and 300, chances are you aren't going to embrace it at 500 either." Cramer believes that Bank of America's negative note on Sirius was premature, and says that the stock is a buy.
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