Cramer's Mad Money Stock Picks Daily Recap 11/4/05

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  1. Thierry Martin

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    Having trouble writing down all of Cramer's picks? Want to see if he has just reversed himself on a
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    Cramer's Mad Money Daily Recap 11/4/05

    We have done our best to record the calls for you, but remember that the show is fast moving, and
    sometimes Cramer bangs on the sell! sell! sell!, bull roar, train wreck, suicide jump, hallelujah
    chorus, backing up truck, creepy house of pain voice, machine gun, fanfare, toilet flush, all
    aboard, applause, cash register, bear growl, bowling pins, and submarine diving alarm buttons all at
    once, while he is screaming.

    Please do your own research, and verify all information before acting on it. This summary of
    Cramer's picks is not intended to replace watching the show, where his comments about the stocks
    often include advice about entry and exit points.

    Bullish
    Advanced Micro Devices (AMD)
    Allegheny Technologies (ATI)
    Coley Pharmaceutical Group (COLY)
    Emerson Electric (EMR)
    Fluor (FLR)
    Fortune Brands (FO)*
    Google (GOOG)
    Hudson City Bancorp (HCBK)
    IntraLase (ILSE)
    Jacobs Engineering Group (JEC)
    L-3 Communications (LLL)
    Lowe's (LOW)
    Michael Baker (BKR)
    Nucor (NUE)
    Pinnacle West Capital (PNW)
    PNM Resources (PNM)
    Powerwave Technologies (PWAV)*
    Quidel (QDEL)*
    Rockwell Automation (ROK)
    Starbucks (SBUX)*
    Texas Instruments (TXN)
    Washington Group International (WGII)
    Zumiez (ZUMZ)*

    Bearish
    American Standard (ASD)*
    Andrew (ANDW)*
    Diodes (DIOD)
    Duke Energy (DUK)
    EMC (EMC)
    Ixia (XXIA)
    Masco (MAS)
    Navistar International (NAV)
    Northfield Laboratories (NFLD)
    Northrop Grumman (NOC)
    Pathmark Stores (PTMK)
    Reliance Steel & Aluminum (RS)
    Sovereign Bancorp (SOV)
    Symantec (SYMC)
    Taser (TASR)
    Tessera Technologies ()(TSRA)
    Unova (UNA)
    Yum! Brands (YUM)*

    *mentioned during show - all other stocks called during Lightning Round

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  2. earthlymagic

    earthlymagic New Member

    I THINK THAT YOU POSTED YESTERDAYS LISTINGS.
     
  3. Thierry Martin

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  4. mhertz

    mhertz Member

    SBUX is Bull, YUM is Bear...

    You wrote that Cramer was bearish on Starbucks (SBUX) and bullish on Yum Brands (YUM)...it's in fact the other way around:

    "Another caller asked if Yum! Brands (YUM:NYSE - news - research - Cramer's Take), which owns Kentucky Fried Chicken, might see slowing growth in China as a result of bird flu. Cramer said as a play on China, he would swap out of Yum! and into Starbucks (SBUX:Nasdaq - news - research - Cramer's Take) regardless of avian flu concerns because Starbucks is "right where Yum! was two years ago" in China, and it has even more growth ahead of it there than Yum! does at this point."
     
  5. Thierry Martin

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    FIXED.

    I don't know what is happening here - I need some sleep.

    Thanks for the corrections, I hope that's it!
     
  6. Thierry Martin

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    Well, I checked, and there were five more mistakes, but everything is fine now, all fixed. I apologize for this, it doesn't happen too often, something went terribly wrong.

    I am going to resend the newsletter with the corrections.

    Thanks for your understanding in this bizarre matter.
     
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