Take Two Interactive (TTWO): Cramer admitted he was getting behind the "most poorly managed company in America" because he believes in Steve Cohen, who wants to take the company over. Although Cramer thinks the company should have been shut down by the feds "a la Enron" he predicts that Steve Cohen is going to bust the shorts and comments Cohen has always worked well independently.
Joy Global (JOYG): The entire sector is being overdone on the downside, said Cramer, and although JOYG missed the previous quarter, Cramer notes the company has a strong cash flow.
UnderArmour (UA), Adidas (OTCQX:ADDYY), Dick's Sporting Goods (DKS): Lagging marketing expenditures for Adidas and Reebok means an open playing field for UA to move into Dick's Sporting Goods, according to Cramer, who notes that UA hardly got a scratch in the selloff and predicts it is heading into the $50s. Cramer also comments DKS is well-managed.
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