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Recapping Cramer’s Top Growth Picks for 2007

On last night's MAD MONEY on CNBC, Jim Cramer gave his "Top 3 Growth Picks for 2007."  This follows his "Top 3 Value Picks for 2007" on Wednesday night.  The ...
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Cramer’s #1 Growth Pick for 2007

Cramer's #1 Growth Stock for 2007 is the NYSE (NYX).  He thinks it will blow past estimates and keep flying.  He loves the fact that they are essentially self-regulating and ...
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Cramer’s #2 Growth Pick for 2007

On tonight's MAD MONEY Cramer went over his 3 TOP GROWTH PLAYS for 2007.Cramer's #2 Growth Stock for 2007 is Apple (AAPL).  Cramer has been positive since the start of ...
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Cramer’s #3 Growth Pick for 2007

On tonight's MAD MONEY Cramer went over his 3 TOP GROWTH PLAYS for 2007.Cramer loves growth and the street loves growth.  He is doing 3 picks in reverse order:The #3 ...
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Cramer Thinks the Bull is Alive

On today's STOP TRADING segment on CNBC at 2:45 PM EST, Cramer noted he thinks Google (GOOG) is going to $500 soon.  An undiscovered bull market is in tech: He ...
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The Smart Money Dumps Generic Drugs

Stocks:  (PFE)(MRK)(TEVA)Conventional wisdom has been that generic drug companies are going to put Big Pharma out of business. As major drugs come "off patent", the generic guys snap them up ...
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Cramer Confidential Video (Jan 4, 2007)

Cramer discussed the breakdown in the DJIA this morning on his Cramer Confidential.  Cramer said the S&P changes may have caused some futures selling that had to come out of ...
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Did E-commerce Kill Retail Sales?

Stocks:  (WMT)(TGT)(GPS)(AMZN)Comscore reports that online retail sales rose 26% from November 1 to December 31, and hit $24.6 billion. Did that hurt same-store sales for big walk-in stores?Perhaps. With retail ...
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Big Oil’s Dim Future (XOM)(CVX)(COP)

The cat is out of the bag. As oil prices fall below $60, the first of the Big Oil companies came clean by signalling poor result. Conoco said that its ...
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Retail Sales: The Consumer Cuts Back (WMT)(BBY)(GPS)

Retail sales for December put shareholders in companies like Target and Gap on suicide watch. Target same store figures were up about 4%, the low end of expectations. Gap same ...
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Wal-Mart Sticks By Earnings, Foreign Sales (WMT)

Wal-Mart is sticking with its Q4 earnings projections. Since US sales were poor, it margins must have been spectacular, which is unlikely, or sales overseas in markets like China, were ...
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Costco Sales Up 9%, Did It Lose Money?

Costco's (COST) same-store sales rose 9% the last five weeks of the year. Net sales rose 14% for the period to $7.24 billion. Analysts had expected less.Before Wall St. bids ...
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Will Pfizer Cut Its Own Throat? (PFE)

Pfizer is raising prices on its drugs an average of about 5% going into 2007. Lipitor, the world's top-selling drug, will see of price increase of at least that much.After ...
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Maybe Blockbuster Should Close Its Stores

Blockbuster (BBI) surpassed all expectations by announcing that its had reached 2 million online users, adding 500,000 since the end of Q3. Netflix (NFLX), the largest online movie rental company, ...
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Media Digest 1/4/2006 Reuters, NYTimes, WSJ, FT, Barron’s

Stocks: (TM)(COST)(NWS)(AMZN)(MOT)The Wall Street Journal writes that Toyota is planning to build another plant in the southern US. It would be the eight such facility in this country.Reuters writest that ...
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