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By Roger Choudhury

At Investment Underground, we reviewed the Tuesday, March 8th buy and sell recommendations of Jim Cramer, host of "Mad Money" on CNBC. Since then, for comparison purposes, the S&P 500 is +0.31% and the Dow is +1.07%.

Cramer Buy Recommendations

Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) is down by 4.8%, since March 8. Cramer has consistently recommended this company for over 4 months. In the past 6 months, AAPL shares are +16.8%. In FY 2010 through September, GAAP/non-GAAP EPS was $15.15, which was an increase of 66.85%, after jumping by 69.40% in 2009. In 2011, analysts expect non-GAAP EPS to be between $20.41 and $24.17, or an increase between 34.7% and 59.5%.

Q1 2011 already produced a non-GAAP EPS of $6.43 (+75.2%). In comparison, Q1 2010 had an EPS of $3.67. Analysts expect Q2 2011 to produce an EPS between $4.85 and $5.98, or between +45.6% and 79.5%, after posting $3.33 in Q2 2010. The next earnings release comes out on April 21. Shares trade with a price to sales multiple of 4.1. From 2006 to 2008, the figures were 3.6, 6.7, and 2.3, respectively. We believe Apple still has enough room to run up. Rebalancing in the Nasdaq Indices may hurt AAPL shares in the short-run, but we view it as a potential buying opportunity.

Brandywine Realty (NYSE:BDN) is up 1.7%, since March 8. Cramer also put out a buy on it on March 9 and March 16. In 2010, revenues dropped by 2.63% to $567 million, and the gross margin came in at 59.35%. However, GAAP EPS fell further to -$0.28 from $0.02 in 2009. In 2011, two analysts expect non-GAAP EPS to be between -$0.26 and -$0.22. In 2010, non-GAAP EPS was -$0.19. The next earnings release is on April 27, when two analysts expect to see between -$0.08 and -$0.06. In comparison, Q1 2010 produced -$0.02. BDN shares trade with a price to sales multiple of 2.8. Between 2004 and 2006, the multiples were 4.3, 4.0, and 4.1, respectively. Nine analysts expect revenues to be between $339.27 million and $599 million with a mean of $527.8 million. We do not see significant EPS growth nor do we expect fantastic revenue growth, and so these shares deserve a lower price to sales multiple. The company also has a debt to equity ratio of 1.31.

Brandywine Realty Trust is one of the largest, publicly traded, full-service, integrated real estate companies in the U.S. Organized as a real estate investment trust and operating in select markets, Brandywine owns, develops, manages and has ownership interests in a primarily Class A, suburban and urban office portfolio comprising 316 properties and 36.1 million square feet, including 235 properties and 25.8 million square feet owned on a consolidated basis and 51 properties and 6.5 million square feet in 17 unconsolidated real estate ventures. Brandywine is trading near our fair value estimate, so we recommend current investors hold shares. Interested buyers should seek a lower price.

Enterprise Products (NYSE:EPD) was recommended by Cramer first this year on February 16. Since then, it is down by 0.4%. In 2010, the company increased revenues by 32.25% to $33.73 billion, but the EBT margin remains razor thin at 4.18%. However, GAAP EPS fell by 33.53% to $1.15. In 2011, analysts expect to see between $1.60 and $2.16, or an increase between 34.4% and 81.5% from $1.19, which was the non-GAAP EPS in 2010. Revenues are expected to be between $34.4 billion and $44.7 billion, or an increase between 1.9% and 32.5%. The next earnings release is on April 26, with analysts expecting between $0.38 and $0.47, or a decrease between 24% and 6%. EPD shares trade with a price to sales multiple of 0.4. Between 2001 and 2007, the P/S multiples were 1.3, 1.1, 1.3, 1.0, 0.9, 1.0, and 1.0, respectively. Before this multiple can rise, the company needs to show EPS growth in the 20’s, which analysts certainly expect, but let’s wait and see what Q1 and Q2 does. The company also has a debt to equity ratio of 1.17.

The company is the largest publicly traded partnership and a leading North American provider of midstream energy services to producers and consumers of natural gas, natural gas liquidss, crude oil, refined products and petrochemicals. Enterprise's assets include: 50,200 miles of onshore and offshore pipelines; approximately 192 million barrels of storage capacity for natural gas liquids, refined products and crude oil; and 27 billion cubic feet of natural gas storage capacity. Services include: natural gas transportation, gathering, processing and storage; natural gas liquid fractionation, transportation, storage, and import and export terminaling; crude oil and refined products storage, transportation and terminaling; offshore production platform; petrochemical transportation and storage; and a marine transportation business that operates primarily on the U.S. inland and Intracoastal Waterway systems and in the Gulf of Mexico.

EPD is trading below our fair value estimate by 20%. We think investors would be wise to pick up shares around these prices.

Ferrellgas (NYSE:FGP) is down 9.9%, since March 8. The company is a Fortune 1000 company, and serves approximately 1 million customers in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico. The decline in shares is undeserved, and FGP should be able to continue strong dividend payments to shareholders well into the future. Most of its markets should experience mild consumption growth over the next few years. Interested investors should take a look at shares at these prices, given the recent pullback.

Ford (NYSE:F) has been recommended 10 times by Cramer, this year: January 3, 10, 12, and 28; February 3 and 4; March 3, 8, 15, and 23. Since January 3, it is down by 6.3%. In 2010, revenues grew by 9% to $128.95 billion, and the EBT margin improved to 5.54% from 2.56%. GAAP EPS increased by 93.02% to $1.66. In 2011, analysts expect non-GAAP EPS to be between $1.15 and $2.25, or a decrease between 39.7% and an increase of 17.8% from $1.91 in 2010. Revenue estimates range between $117.6 billion and $132.3 billion. The next earnings release is on April 25, when analysts expect between $0.28 and $0.60, or between a decrease of 39.1% and an increase of 30.4%. In comparison, Q1 2010 produced $0.46 for non-GAAP EPS.

Ford shares trade with a price to sales multiple of 0.5. This is the highest multiple between 2001 and 2010. So, investors have high expectations on Ford. If the company can demonstrate upper single digit growth in EPS and in revenues, this multiple is justified. The company also has $103.98 billion in long term debt.

Ford trades at a significant discount to our fair value estimate. Interested buyers should look at taking a position in shares now.

Freeport-McMoRan (NYSE:FCX) was recommended 4 times in March on the 4th, 8th, 14th, and the 17th, twice in February on the 15th and 22nd, and once in January on the 4th. FCX is down by 5.9%, since January 4, but +12.1%, since March 8.

In 2010, revenues were +26.21% to $18.98 billion, and the EBT margin improved to 44.84% from 38.67%. However, GAAP EPS fell by 22.01% to $2.29. In 2011, the Street expects non-GAAP EPS to be between $5.05 and $6.93, or an increase between 8.8% and 49.3% from a non-GAAP EPS of $4.64 in 2010. Revenue is expected to be between $20.93 billion and $27.3 billion, or between an increase of 10.2% and 43.8%. The next earnings release is on April 18, when analysts forecast between $1.11 and $1.44, or an increase between 8.8% and 41.1%. FCX shares trade with a price to sales multiple of 5.7. This is a relatively high multiple, and we believe it should be trading near 4.0 times sales per share, despite a historically low debt to equity ratio of 0.37. These shares are either overpriced or investors have priced in aggressive revenue growth in excess of 40%.

FCX is a leading international mining company with headquarters in Phoenix, Arizona. FCX operates large, long-lived, geographically diverse assets with significant proven and probable reserves of copper, gold and molybdenum. FCX has a dynamic portfolio of operating, expansion and growth projects in the copper industry and is the world’s largest producer of molybdenum. The company’s portfolio of assets includes the Grasberg mining complex, the world’s largest copper and gold mine in terms of recoverable reserves, significant mining operations in the Americas, including the large scale Morenci and Safford minerals districts in North America and the Cerro Verde and El Abra operations in South America, and the Tenke Fungurume minerals district in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

FCX is trading around our fair value estimate. Interested shareholders should look for weakness before entering a position in FCX.

Federal Realty (NYSE:FRT): Cramer first suggested a buy on this on February 11. Since then, it is down 0.7%. He also recommended it on February 15 and March 8. Federal Realty Investment Trust is an equity real estate investment trust specializing in the ownership, management, development, and redevelopment of high quality retail assets. Federal Realty's portfolio (excluding joint venture properties) contains approximately 18.3 million square feet located primarily in strategically selected metropolitan markets in the Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, and California. In addition, the Trust has an ownership interest in approximately 1.0 million square feet of retail space through a joint venture in which the Trust has a 30% interest. Its operating portfolio (excluding joint venture properties) was 93.9% leased to national, regional, and local retailers as of December 31, 2010, with no single tenant accounting for more than approximately 2.6% of annualized base rent. Federal Realty has paid quarterly dividends to its shareholders continuously since its founding in 1962, and has increased its dividend rate for 43 consecutive years, the longest record in the REIT industry.

This REIT has some great properties, but the share price is just above our fair value estimate. Interested buyers should wait for a pullback.

General Motors (NYSE:GM) was recommended by Cramer as early as December 21. This year has seen 4 more recommendations by Cramer on January 3, January 12, March 8, and March 29. Year-to-date, GM shares are down by 10.8%, and down by 3.8% over a 6 month period.

In 2010, revenues grew by 29.64% to $135.59 billion, and the company posted a GAAP EPS of $2.89. In 2011, the Street expects non-GAAP EPS to be between $2.23 and $5.55, or between a decrease of 28.3% and an increase of 78.4% from the non-GAAP EPS of $3.11 in 2010. Also, the revenue projections range between $136.1 billion and $156.4 billion, or between an increase of 0.3% and 15.3%. The next earnings release is on May 16, with analysts expecting between $0.52 and $1.29. GM shares trade with a price to sales multiple of 0.4. As with Ford above, if GM can demonstrate upper single digit growth in EPS and in revenues, this multiple is justified. The company also has a debt to equity ratio of 0.12.

We prefer Ford shares over GM due to Ford's superior management team and deep bench. Nonetheless, GM shares are trading at a discount to our fair value estimate and we think it is a buy at these price levels.

Goldcorp (NYSE:GG) is up by 33.1%, since January 25, when Cramer first recommended it this year. He also broadcasted a buy on February 18, March 1, 8, and 31. In 2010, revenues grew by 39.51% to $3.80 billion, and the EBT margin improved to 45.44%, which is more in line with the early 2000’s. GAAP EPS grew by 545.45% to $2.13. In 2011, analysts expect EPS to be between $1.71 and $2.93, which would be an increase between 24.8% and 113.8%. In 2010, non-GAAP EPS was $1.37. Revenues are expected to grow to between $4.3 billion and $6.5 billion, or an increase of 13.1% and 71.0%. The next earnings release is on April 25, with analysts projecting between $0.38 and $0.60, or between an increase of 72.7% and 172.7% from the non-GAAP EPS of $0.22 in Q1 2010. GG shares trade with a price to sales multiple of 10.1, and it is a relatively high multiple. We believe that the company needs to hit revenue and EPS growth of 40%-plus to justify this multiple. The company also has a debt to equity ratio of 0.04.

Goldcorp is one of the world’s fastest growing senior gold producers. Its low-cost gold production is located in safe jurisdictions in the Americas and remains 100% unhedged. Goldcorp shareholders would be wise to take some money off the table in this name unless they are willing to speculate on further price increases. Shares trade right around our fair value estimate. Weakness in shares may provide a good buying opportunity.

Google (NASDAQ:GOOG) is -2.9%, since March 8. In 2010, revenues jumped by 23.9% to $29.32 billion, net income went up by 30.4% to $8.5 billion, and GAAP EPS grew by 28.9% to $26.31. The EBT margin was fat at 36.82%. In 2011, the Street estimates non-GAAP EPS to be between $32.23 and $37.51, or an increase between 8.8% and 26.7%. In 2010, non-GAAP EPS was $29.60.

Q1 2011 results are released on April 15. Analysts expect between $7.58 (+12%) and $8.79 (30%). In Q1 2010, the actual non-GAAP EPS was $6.76. Google has exceeded consensus estimates in eight of the last nine quarters. GOOG shares trade with a price to sales multiple of 6.5. From 2004 to 2007, those multiples were 16.5, 19.4, 13.3 and 16.5, respectively. Google has little to no debt on its books. These shares have the fundamentals to run up if Google can continue to grow EPS aggressively (25%-plus). However, the Street expects revenue to decline, and be between $26 billion and $28 billion. Read about Google’s brand value. Google is trading around our fair value estimate and is a buy on any pullback.

Kinder Morgan Energy (NYSE:KMP) is up by 0.8%, since March 8. Cramer also recommended it on March 16. In 2010, revenues grew by 15.3% to $8.07 billion, but the EBT margin worsened to 16.86% from 19.13%. GAAP EPS increased by 18.64% to $1.40. In 2011, the Street expects non-GAAP EPS to be between $1.60 and $2.14, or an increase between 8.8% and 45.5% from a non-GAAP EPS of $1.47 in 2010. Revenues are expected to be between $8.4 billion and $13.4 billion, or between an increase of 4.0% and 66.0%. The next earnings release is on April 18, with analysts expecting to see between $0.38 and $0.64, or between a decrease of 11.6% and an increase of 48.8% from Q1 2010’s non-GAAP EPS of $0.43. KMP shares trade with a price to sales multiple of 2.8. Because this is the highest multiple between 2001 and 2010, investors are expecting this company to deliver earnings in the higher end of estimates. The company also has a debt to equity ratio of 1.51.

Kinder Morgan, Inc. (NYSE:KMI) is a leading pipeline transportation and energy storage company in North America. It owns an interest in or operates more than 37,000 miles of pipelines and 180 terminals. Its pipelines transport natural gas, gasoline, crude oil, CO2 and other products, and its terminals store petroleum products and chemicals and handle such products as ethanol, coal, petroleum coke and steel. KMI owns the general partner interest of Kinder Morgan Energy Partners (KMP), one of the largest publicly traded pipeline limited partnerships in the U.S. Combined, the companies have an enterprise value of approximately $55 billion.

KMI is trading below our fair value estimate, as is KMP. Interested buyers should scoop up shares at these price levels.

Lowe’s (NYSE:LOW) is up by 2.5%, since March 8. Cramer also recommended it on January 12 and 26 in this year. Since January 12, LOW is +9.3%.

In FY 2011 through January, revenues grew by 3.38% to $48.81 billion, after dropping by 2.09% in FY 2010 and decreasing by 0.11% in FY 2009. The EBT margin improved to 6.61% from 5.98%. GAAP EPS increased by 17.36% to $1.42, after dropping by 18.79% in FY 2009. In FY 2012, analysts expect between non-GAAP EPS to be between $1.65 and $1.79, or increases between 14.5% to 24.3% from the non-GAAP EPS of $1.44 posted in FY 2010. Revenues are also expected to be between $50.3 billion and $53.1 billion, or an increase between 3.0% and 8.7%. The next earnings release is on May 16, when analysts forecast between $0.34 and $0.40, or increases between 8.8% and 17.6% from the non-GAAP EPS of $0.34 for Q1 2010.

LOW shares trade with a price to sales multiple of 0.8. From 2001 to 2006, the multiples were 1.7, 1.2, 1.5, 1.3, 1.3, and 1.0, respectively. It is within the realm of reasonable possibilities for Lowe’s to grow revenues and EPS in the high single digits, so we would say that these shares are undervalued, and should be near 1.0 times sales per share. Keep an eye out for Q1 2011 earnings. The company also has a debt to equity ratio of 0.36. In sum, LOW is a buy here.

Liberty Property (LRY) is +2.2%, since March 8. The company is a leader in commercial real estate, serving customers in the United States and United Kingdom, through the development, acquisition, ownership and management of superior office and industrial properties. Liberty's 80 million square foot portfolio includes more than 700 properties which provide office, distribution and light manufacturing facilities to 2,000 tenants. LRY is a buy at these price levels.

Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) has an interesting story. Cramer first recommended selling it on February 25, this year. On Tuesday, March 1, Jim Cramer changed his recommendation to buy. He then put out a sell recommendation on March 16. He finally settled on a buy on March 22. Since February 25, NFLX is up by 11.5%.

In 2010, the company grew revenues by 29.48% to $2.16 billion, and the EBT margin improved to 12.38% from 11.51%. GAAP EPS also increased by 49.49% to $2.96. In 2011, the Street expects non-GAAP EPS to be between $3.99 and $4.93, or increases between $34.8% and 66.5% from the non-GAAP EPS of $2.96 in 2010. Revenues are also expected to be between $2.8 billion and $3.4 billion, or between an increase of 29.6% and 57.4%. The next earnings release is on April 18, when analysts forecast between $0.93 and $1.17, or a rise between 57.6% and 98.3%. NFLX shares trade with an absurdly high price to sales multiple of 6.1. The Street has high expectations for NetFlix, but we feel that these shares should be trading below 5 times sales per share. NFLX is a sell at these price levels.

NiSource (NYSE:NI) is +0.9%, since March 8. In 2010, revenues fell by 3.42% to $6.42 billion, and the EBT margin improved to 6.79% from 5.97%. GAAP EPS also grew by 31.65% to $1.04. In 2011, analysts expect non-GAAP EPS to be between $1.30 and $1.35, or an increase between 6.5% and 10.6%. Revenues are expected to be between $3.6 billion and $6.7 billion, or between a decrease of 43.9% and 4.3%. The next earnings release is on May 2, with analysts expecting between $0.68 and $0.77, or between a decrease of 5.5% and an increase of 6.9%. NI shares trade with a price to sales multiple of 0.8. This multiple is in the higher end, if considering between 2001 and 2010. Hitting the lower end of estimates would merit a multiple near 0.6 times sales per share. However, upper single digit EPS growth and revenue growth in the mid-single digits should maintain this multiple. The company also has a debt to equity ratio of 1.21.

The company is a Fortune 500 company engaged in natural gas transmission, storage and distribution, as well as electric generation, transmission and distribution. NiSource operating companies deliver energy to 3.8 million customers located within the high-demand energy corridor stretching from the Gulf Coast through the Midwest to New England. NI is a buy at these price levels.

PetSmart (NASDAQ:PETM) is up by 0.2%, since March 8. In FY 2011 through January, the company grew revenues by 6.70% to $5.69 billion, and the EBT margin improved to 6.50% from 5.80%. GAAP EPS also grew by 26.42% to $2.01. In 2011, the Street expects non-GAAP EPS to be between $2.28 and $2.45, or an increase between 13.4% and 21.8% from the non-GAAP EPS of $2.01 in 2010. Revenues are expected to grow to between $5.9 billion and $6.4 billion, or an increase of 3.6% and 12.4%. The next earnings release is on May 16, with analysts expecting between $0.52 and $0.56, or between an increase of 13.0% and 21.7% from non-GAAP EPS of $0.46 in Q1 2010. PETM shares trade with a P/S multiple of 0.9, which is middle of the road between 2001 and 2010. Maintenance of mid-single digit revenue growth and mid-teens EPS growth should merit this current multiple. The company also has a debt to equity ratio of 0.45. Therefore, PETM offers a good opportunity for buyers interested in purchasing shares.

PetSmart is the largest specialty pet retailer of services and solutions for the lifetime needs of pets. The company employs approximately 47,000 associates and operates more than 1,187 pet stores in the U.S. and Canada, 180 in-store PetSmart PetsHotel cat and dog boarding facilities, and is a leading online provider of pet supplies and pet care information. PetSmart provides a broad range of competitively priced pet food and pet products; and offers complete pet training, pet grooming, pet boarding, PetSmart Doggie Day Camp pet day care services and pet adoption services.

Provident Energy (PVX) is up by 6.4%, since March 8. In 2010, revenues fell by 5.24% to 1.62 billion CAD ($1.68 billion), after falling further by 45.63%. GAAP EPS fell further into negative territory to -1.18 CAD from -0.34 CAD in 2009. In 2011, 2 analysts expect non-GAAP EPS to return to positive in the range of 0.47 CAD and 0.50 CAD. In 2010, non-GAAP EPS was -1.18 CAD. Revenues are expected to come in between 1.4 billion CAD and 1.8 billion CAD, or between a decrease of 13.5% and an increase of 11.1%. The next earnings release is on May 20, with 1 analyst projecting 0.17 CAD for non-GAAP EPS. In comparison, Q1 2010 produced GAAP EPS of -0.22 CAD. PVX shares trade with a price to sales multiple of 1.4. This is the highest multiple since 2004, which is due to the expectation to return to positive earnings. The company also has a debt to equity ratio of 0.55.

Provident Energy is a Calgary-based corporation that owns and manages a natural gas liquids midstream business. Provident’s Midstream facilities are strategically located in Western Canada and in the premium natural gas liquids markets in Eastern Canada and the U.S. Provident is trading at our fair value estimate, but is a buy on any pullback.

Cramer Sell Recommendations

Ciena (NYSE:CIEN): Cramer changed his mind on this. He put out buys on January 10th and 11th, February 28th, and March 4th, but then put a sell on it on March 7, 8, and 21. We wrote about Ciena in Cramer’s February 28 picks. Since January 10, CIEN shares are +11.8%, but down by 7.5%, since March 7. Cien is a sell at these price levels. It is trading at a premium to our fair value estimate.

Finisar (NASDAQ:FNSR): Cramer told his viewers to sell this company on March 8 and 10. This was a good move, as FNSR is down by 35.4%, since March 8. Between February 11 and March 8, the shares were down by 2.1%. Finisar is a global technology leader for fiber optic subsystems and components that enable high-speed voice, video and data communications for telecommunications, networking, storage, wireless, and cable TV applications. For more than 20 years, Finisar has provided critical optics technologies to system manufacturers to meet the increasing demands for network bandwidth and storage. Finisar is headquartered in Sunnyvale, California with R&D, manufacturing sites, and sales offices worldwide. Finisar is trading above our fair value estimate. Therefore, investors should take some money off the table.

Randgold Resources (NASDAQ:GOLD) is up by 11.2%, since March 8. The company is engaged in gold mining, exploration and related activities. The company’s activities are focused on West and Central Africa. Here is the latest company presentation

RandGold Resources is trading above oru fair value estimate. Therefore, investors should take some money off the table.

Glimcher Realty (NYSE:GRT) is up by 0.4%, since March 8. The company is a real estate investment trust and a recognized leader in the ownership, management, acquisition and development of malls, which includes enclosed regional malls and open-air lifestyle centers, as well as community centers. At December 31, 2010, the company owned interests in and managed 27 Properties with total gross leasable area totaling approximately 21.3 million square feet, consisting of 23 malls (18 wholly owned and 5 partially owned through joint ventures) and 4 community centers (three wholly owned and one partially owned through a joint venture).

GRT is trading above our fair value estimate. Therefore, investors should take some money off the table.

PDL BioPharma (NASDAQ:PDLI) is +11.1%, since March 8. PDL pioneered the humanization of monoclonal antibodies and, by doing so, enabled the discovery of a new generation of targeted treatments for cancer and immunologic diseases. PDL is focused on maximizing the value of its antibody humanization patents and related assets. The company receives royalties on sales of a number of humanized antibody products marketed today and also may receive royalty payments on additional humanized antibody products launched before patent expiry in late 2014.

PDLI is trading above oru fair value estimate. Therefore, investors should take some money off the table.

Philips (NYSE:PHG) is down by 4.6%, since March 8. The company is a diversified health and well-being company, focused on improving people’s lives through timely innovations. As a world leader in healthcare, lifestyle and lighting, Philips integrates technologies and design into people-centric solutions, based on fundamental customer insights and the brand promise of “sense and simplicity.” Headquartered in the Netherlands, Philips employs 119,000 employees in more than 60 countries worldwide. With sales of 25.4 billion euros in 2010, the company is a market leader in cardiac care, acute care and home healthcare, energy efficient lighting solutions and new lighting applications, as well as lifestyle products for personal well-being and pleasure with strong leadership positions in flat TV, male shaving and grooming, portable entertainment and oral healthcare.

Philipsis trading below our fair value estimate. Therefore, interested investors should take a look at these price levels.

Tempur-Pedic (NYSE:TPX) is +4.6%, since March 8. The company manufactures and distributes mattresses and pillows made from its proprietary TEMPUR pressure-relieving material. It is the worldwide leader in premium and specialty sleep. The Company is focused on developing, manufacturing and marketing advanced sleep surfaces that help improve the quality of life for people around the world. The Company's products are currently sold in over 80 countries under the TEMPUR and Tempur-Pedic brand names. World headquarters for Tempur-Pedic International is in Lexington, KY. Tempur-Pedic is trading at our fair value estimate using an elevated 11% discount rate. We think a higher discount rate is warranted due to the cyclical nature of the company's products in a downturn. At a 10% discount rate, shares are mildly undervalued. Interested investors should take a look on any pull back.

Disclosure: I have no positions in any stocks mentioned, and no plans to initiate any positions within the next 72 hours.

Source: 30 Days Later: Cramer's March 8 Picks