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March 4, 2012
Jim Cramer outlined his game plan for the week of March 5th. Cramer told viewers of his "Mad Money" show that they should be patient and stay constructive, using market declines to buy in and not bail out of stocks. MONDAY: Arcos Dorados (ARCO) will provide a read on whether the stalled McDonald's (MCD) might be worth buying soon. He'll also be listening to the ConocoPhillips (COP) investor update. The company will be splitting into two companies and Cramer thinks investors need to pay attention. TUESDAY: Dick's Sporting Goods (DKS) and Vail Resorts (MTN) will provide a read on the sporting goods and consumer discretionary markets. He'll use Dick's call to see if there are other sports apparel stocks worth buying and see if Vail is slowing from higher gasoline prices. WEDNESDAY: Cramer is bullish on Brown Forman (BF.B) and would pickup some Beam (BEAM) and Diageo (DEO) ahead of the release. He'd also buy Honeywell (HON) ahead of an investor conference. Ciena is in one of the worst industries out there, said Cramer, and he's not a buyer. THURSDAY: Cramer said there's a good quarter lurking for Ulta Salon (ULTA) and he's a buyer of Heckmann (HEK) for the long haul. FRIDAY: is the labor report - the one number that will affect both the November elections as well as the short-term sentiment of the market. Next, Cramer said that some stocks just cannot be owned no matter how hot the sector it's in. Such is the case with women's handbag and accessory maker Vera Bradley (VRA). Cramer said while there's a huge bull market in women's accessories, Vera simply doesn't measure up to some higher-end rivals like Michael Kors (KORS) or Coach (COH). While Vera excels in store growth, the company has been falling short in same-store sales growth, which trails that of Kors or Coach. A colossal 10.9M shares out of the 19M float are sold short. Cramer advised picking up some Coach instead of Vera, as that stock trades for roughly the same price. WHAT THE HECK: Cramer discusses Garmin (GRMN), which has rallied 44% over the past five months, despite many investors feeling that stand-alone GPS units are a thing of the past with so many smartphones now including the technology. He said that Garmin's 31c earnings beat last month was not a fluke, but a harbinger of things to come. Cramer said that GPS's for your car are in Garmin's past, not its future. The company has a hefty $12.79 a share of cash on its books and trades at a scant 12x earnings with a 12% growth rate. Cramer also noted the company's 3.4% yield as an added bonus. MAD MAIL: Breitburn Energy's (BBEP) natural gas exposure is worrisome to Cramer and he'd stick with pipeline players Kinder Morgan Energy Partners (KMP) and Energy Transfer Partners (ETP). Cray (CRAY) is deemed speculative with lumpy sales by Cramer. He called the company "incredibly risky" and preferred EMC (EMC) instead. Sabesp ADS (SBS) Cramer said he missed the move and needs a "serious pullback" to consider buying in. Renren (RENN) - Cramer gave his standard answer to all Chinese stocks. He said he would only own (BIDU). NO HUDDLE OFFENSE: Cramer said while many investors are excited for the Yelp (YELP) IPO, the fact remains that this decade-old company has no profits, nor any track record of making money for its shareholders or paying a dividend. LIGHTNING ROUND: (Bullish) ABMD; C; IP; BWP; TRV. (Bearish) LNC; AMAT. Reference Link
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