cramer 2007 pick(s)

Discussion in 'Wall St. News' started by S2007S, Jan 3, 2007.

  1. S2007S


    Last year cramer did one pick which was ATI. This year he has mentioned numerous picks.

    Wednesday his 3 value stocks were:


    Thursday his 3 growth stocks were:

    #21     Jan 5, 2007
  2. Danulous


    wrong order, but yea.
    #22     Jan 5, 2007
  3. S2007S


    mo and nyx were the #1 picks
    #23     Jan 5, 2007
  4. check out his top ten picks for 2000.Its clear to see he's not nearly as good as people think he is.And by the way ,he married more money than he ever had.If you had $100 mil. in the bank,would you act like a retard on the tube just to add afew bucks to your account.Or would you enjoy your life with your family and other aspects of your life ,since your over sixty and have limited life exspectancy.He's just a good BS artist and provides OK entertainment value ,at best.
    #24     Jan 5, 2007
  5. fleance


    Cramer's had some good picks, and if market is going up, he's really good at riding the momentum.


    These stocks continued to do great until Mar 2000, when the bubble collapsed.

    The problem I have with Cramer is he never tells you to get out of these stocks anywhere near the top. During a real market correction, Cramer's pick are death.

    The hot idea in 2007 seems to be a echo bubble in tech stocks.
    #25     Jan 5, 2007
  6. Disagree, you have to keep up with Cramer to get his antithesis on his picks. BTW, he correctly called the 2000 bubble prior to the burst.
    #26     Jan 5, 2007
  7. Lets take a guess. Which one of the picks will run on Monday? LVLT=too much float, billions of shares in the float
    RAD=too much float, hundreds of millions

    SVNT=perfect candidate. It will gap back down, but then the volume will pick right back up and close high...
    #27     Jan 5, 2007
  8. Ok, I did the homework for you.

    I noticed that both RAD and LVLT had both climbed today on nice volume. The afterhours volume was 6% of the avg vol for RAD and 10% for LVLT.

    For SVNT, it was about 28% of the regular volume. In looking at the chart of SVNT, it danced around all day suggesting that no one was the wiser.

    I looked on several message boards and many people had anticipated LVLT and RAD being the two speculative picks.

    Therefore, I believe SVNT will probably have the biggest punch. It will gap down and then there will be some short covering and it will run for the rest of the day...
    #28     Jan 5, 2007
  9. I believe all he said was "Take a little off the table..."

    And also, from 2/29/2000 (close to the top, huh?) The infamous Cramer "Winners of the New World" speech. He called the bubble? Hardly.

    You want winners? You want me to put my Cramer Berkowitz hedge fund hat on and just discuss what my fund is buying today to try to make money tomorrow and the next day and the next? You want my top 10 stocks for who is going to make it in the New World? You know what? I am going to give them to you. Right here. Right now.

    OK. Here goes. Write them down -- no handouts here!: 724 Solutions (SVNX:Nasdaq - news), Ariba (ARBA:Nasdaq - news), Digital Island (ISLD:Nasdaq - news), Exodus (EXDS:Nasdaq - news), (INSP:Nasdaq - news), Inktomi (INKT:Nasdaq - news), Mercury Interactive (MERQ:Nasdaq - news), Sonera (SNRA:Nasdaq - news), VeriSign (VRSN:Nasdaq - news) and Veritas Software (VRTS:Nasdaq - news).

    We are buying some of every one of these this morning as I give this speech. We buy them every day, particularly if they are down, which, no surprise given what they do, is very rare. And we will keep doing so until this period is over -- and it is very far from ending. Heck, people are just learning these stories on Wall Street, and the more they come to learn, the more they love and own! Most of these companies don't even have earnings per share, so we won't have to be constrained by that methodology for quarters to come.

    There, now that that's done with, can we talk about the methodology that produced those top 10 so that you can understand how, in a universe of a gazillion stocks, we arrived at those, so you too can figure it out? I hope we can because I have another 10 and still another 10 and another. They all do the same thing: They make the Web faster, cheaper, better and easier to access anywhere, anytime. They allow you to get on the Web securely anywhere in the world. They make the Web economy the only economy that matters. That's all they do.

    We try to own every one of them. Every single one. And if I had my druthers, I wouldn't own any other stocks in the year 2000. Because these are the only ones worth owning right now in this extremely difficult, extremely narrow stock market. They are the only ones that are going higher consistently in good days and bad. I love every one of them, just as I loathe the rest of the stock universe...
    #29     Jan 5, 2007
  10. Got a date and link?
    #30     Jan 5, 2007