Jim Cramer's Stop Trading! 11/16/07: Avon Calling

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Includes: AMFW, AVP, HAL, HPQ, KSS
by: Miriam Metzinger

Recap of Jim Cramer’s comments on Stop Trading! Friday November 16. Click on a stock ticker for more analysis:

Kohl's (NYSE:KSS): Even though people are getting rid of retail, Cramer would stick with KSS because it is a "quality retailer" which should reach $56. The company bought back a "a ton of stock at $56" and trades at 12 times earnings.
Avon Products (NYSE:AVP): Avon reported a great quarter, and the company is growing at 12% and trading at 22, 23 times earnings, said Cramer. Avon also has "terrific China growth, terrific Latin American growth. ... Easily, I think it's getting another 3 bucks."
Hewlett Packard (NYSE:HPQ): Cramer admits he is baffled at investors throwing away tech. He added HPQ is a "very cheap stock."
Halliburton (NYSE:HAL) and Foster Wheeler (FWLT): HAL is a great Middle East play, as well as FWLT, since its CEO Raymond J. Milchovich plans to get the lion's share of the "90 billion in contracts coming from ... Saudi Arabia,"

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