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Monday, August 28, 2006

Cramer's MAD MONEY Recap (US Manufacturing)

Tonight was a RE-RUN from February or January, although the show didn't say "This is a rebroadcast so we are wasting your time with 6-month old re-runs."

Cramer on MAD MONEY tonight the featured was a longer-term call about the top 10 manufacturing companies in the US that can make you money. Cramer says the real money is many unloved and unnoticed US manufacturers. He likes theme because of BRIC-Brazil, Russia, India, China. These are cyclicals though, not secular growth names.

He said these are your shopping list stocks to buy any time they dip or take a dive:

#1 Fluor (FLR) in plant construction who rival Foster Wheeler and Halliburton;

#2 Cummins (CMI) in Diesel engines;

#3 Caterpillar (CAT) for mining and construction equipment and for clean diesel;

#4 Dow Chemical (DOW) in chemicals;

#5 Deere (DE) in tractors etc;

#6 Boeing (BA) in planes and defense;

#7 Nucor (NUE) as the best steel producer that is non-union;

#8 United Technologies (UTX) as the conglomerate winner;

#9 Ingersol Rand (IR);

#10 Toyota Motor (TM).

Jon C. Ogg
August 28, 2006

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