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April 12, 2012
23:40 EDTSLE, GLD, KORS, WPRT, DRI, CMG, RNDY, AUQ, P, ESRX, STO, BEAM, COV, AGN, CELG, HD, TSCO, TITN, SHW, CHKJim Cramer's "Mad Money"
Jim Cramer said, "2012 is no longer about global economic crisis, it's about buying stock in the companies you love." Cramer said he's no longer sweating the details of every story that hits the news wires. Because the big-money players, those who would sell on every bit of negative news, are simply no longer a part of this market. They have been replaced by good old-fashioned individual investors. When companies break up, investors win, Cramer reminded viewers, as he highlighted yet another corporate breakup story, Sara Lee (SLE). He said that shares of Sara Lee should follow in the footsteps of Beam (BEAM) and Covidien (COV), two other breakup stocks, which headed markedly higher. Sara Lee is offering a $3-a-share special dividend to shareholders when the breakup occurs. Additionally, recent analysis of Sara Lee's various components values the stock 22% higher than where it trades today. Sara Lee plans to update shareholders on its progress at an investors meeting on June 5. Investing in Sara Lee will be a slow climb, said Cramer, which is why he would use recent weakness in the stock to get in at attractive prices. Continuing with his week-long series of great American growth stocks, Cramer turned the spotlight onto Allergan (AGN). It is not only a health care company that treats eye problems and migraines, but it is also a leader in medical aesthetics, including Botox and great implants. Cramer said that Allergan has multiple years of growth ahead of it. Its end markets are huge. Also, Allergan is highly competitive in every arena in which it enters and the company pays a tiny dividend. Shares trade for just 19x earnings and the company has a 14% long-term growth rate. Giving investors another great American growth stock, Cramer also highlighted Celgene (CELG), another stock just off its 52-week high. Celgene has one of the fastest growth rates in its sector, said Cramer, and also huge market potential as a host of new products and new applications for existing products are chugging toward FDA approval. Internationally, the company is a powerhouse. Cramer said that while Celgene is unlikely to offer a dividend anytime soon, the company has done a few well-timed stock buybacks to reward shareholders. Celgene sports a rock-solid balance sheet. Celgene trades at just 13.8x next year's earnings, despite the company's 24% growth rate. NO HUDDLE OFFENSE: Cramer said that the tailwinds are all lining up for a great quarter at Home Depot (HD), and he would be a buyer of the stock, even up near its 52-week high. Case-in-point: Tractor Supply (TSCO) announced sales that are double what analysts are expecting and Titan Machinery (TITN) pre-announced strong earnings, followed by Sherwin-Williams (SHW) announcing sales up by 20%. LIGHTNING ROUND: (Bullish) STO; ESRX; GLD; KORS; WPRT; DRI; CMG; RNDY. (Bearish) AUQ; P; CHK. Reference Link
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September 9, 2014
09:39 EDTHDHome Depot weakness a buying opportunity, says Oppenheimer
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09:06 EDTKORSJimmy Choo near London IPO with $1B valuation, Bloomberg says
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08:33 EDTHDHome Depot customers not acting strongly to breach, says Jefferies
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08:06 EDTTITNTitan Machinery cuts FY15 adjusted EPS view to 30c-60c from 70c-$1.00
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07:51 EDTCELGNICE says Abraxane price not justified by limited benefit in pancreatic cancer
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06:47 EDTTITNTitan Machinery CEO: We remain encouraged by improvement in construction
CEO David Meyer adds, "The Agriculture industry continues to face a number of headwinds, including lower projected net farm income, and lower corn and soybean prices. This has impacted farmers’ sentiment and resulted in lower farmer spending for equipment as well as more cautious spending on parts and services. While this impacted our financial results in the quarter, we remain confident in our business model as well as the long-term agriculture industry outlook as farmers continue to carry strong balance sheets and the underlying demand for commodities rebuilds. Our International business continued to face challenges, including the impact of regional flooding in Serbia and Bulgaria as well as the geopolitical turmoil in Ukraine. This resulted in lower than anticipated revenue and a larger pre-tax loss for our International segment for the quarter... Based on our year-to-date results, and outlook for the remainder of fiscal 2015, we believe our construction segment will continue to improve but we expect this improvement to be offset by continued headwinds in the Agriculture and International segments of our business.”
06:46 EDTTITNTitan Machinery reports Q2 adjusted EPS 4c, consensus 10c
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06:42 EDTAGN, COVLew expects to make decision on combating inversion deals soon, NY Times reports
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05:54 EDTGLDSPDR Gold Trust overall implied volatility at 14; 26-week average is 15
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September 8, 2014
16:46 EDTHDHome Depot confirms payment data systems breach
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16:44 EDTHDHome Depot confirms payment data systems breach
14:53 EDTTITNTitan Machinery technical comments before earnings
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14:46 EDTSTODrilling of Statoil well off Norway held up by Greenpeace gripe, Bloomberg says
Drilling of Statoil's first well off Norway in the Barents Sea may be delayed following a complaint from Greenpeace, Bloomberg reports. Drilling can't begin until the Norwegian Environment Agency handles the appeal this week, Bloomberg added, citing an e-mail from Reidar Evensen, a spokesman for the agency. Greenpeace says the arctic well being pursued by Statoil is an oil-spill hazard and that "the field is too close to vulnerable resources such as Bear Island and the the ice edge." Reference Link
12:29 EDTHDHome Depot victim of same malware that hit Target, Krebs reports
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11:05 EDTCOVOptions with increasing implied volatility
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07:26 EDTCELGMorgan Stanley to hold a conference
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07:21 EDTAGNJazz looks more attractive for Allergan than Salix, says Wells Fargo
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05:58 EDTGLDSPDR Gold Trust overall implied volatility at 13; 26-week average is 15
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