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Wednesday, July 19, 2006

Cramer's MAD MONEY Recap from July 18, 2006

Cramer said investors need to get back to basics. They should stick to food stocks and drug stocks ahead of an economic slowdown. Investors should also stick to best of breed brands.

He then attacked two companies that have worst of breed brands:
-Spectrum Brands (SPC), the maker of Rayovac batteries;
-Prestige Brands (PBH).

Cramer noted that Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) has best of breed brands and is a name most investors should buy.

Cramer said JNJ and St. Jude (STJ) are buys despite a New York Times article which reported old news about Medicare changes. He said this was reported three months ago by a UBS analyst.


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