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Friday, September 15, 2006

Cramer's STOP TRADING (Sept. 15, 2006)

On CNBC's STOP TRADING segment at about 2:40 PM EST with Jim Cramer, Cramer discussed the following stocks:

Cramer thinks this is good with materials stocks down. He said a WSJ article on Best Buy having too much inventory, but he says that is good that they have it now.

he likes BBY. He likes Home Depot, Lowe's, Wal-Mart, and Target.

He likes BBY, HD, LOW, WMT, TGT.

He thinks the retailers that go into housing will do best. He pointed out Whirlpool and others having stong sales. He said the WSJ has it wrong.

He said energy is obviously going down and said OIH-Oil Service HOLDRs could go down to $100 (from $125 now). He said the oil and gas "tax on the consumer" is gone before the holidays.

on Ford (F) with it down $1.05, Cramer said that this is a huge buying opportunity today. He also said take advantage of GM's weakness. He said Toyota Motors still works too.

Jon C. Ogg
September 15, 2006

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