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Friday, September 22, 2006

THE WEEK OF CRAMER (9/18-9/22; 2006)

Here you have Cramer's picks for the whole week. We left off the Lightning Round and Sudden Death rounds as they are too voluminous and we do not like too many off-the-cuff picks.

MAD MONEY Friday 9/22
Cramer said Buy AU Optonics (AUO) in flat panels.
He also noted that Ethanol stocks, aren't just done, they are dead for good: VSE, AVR, ADM were mentioned; ANDE, PEIX fell too; he says stay out of Alternative Energy names while oil is falling.

STOP TRADING Friday 9/22
Cramer said Buy Starbucks (SBUX) with a "mom-back" and said buy FedEx (FDX).

MAD MONEY Thursday 9/21
Cramer said he likes reastaurant names Texas Roadhouse (TXRH), Jack in the Box (JBX); but he said his favorite is Ruth's Chris (RUTH) in the high-end.

STOP TRADING Thursday 9/21
Cramer likes Kimberly Clark (KMB)-again; he said Oil Service HOLDRs rally was counter-trend and going lower.

MAD MONEY Wednesday 9/20
Cramer at Back-to-School said build a portfolio with Google (GOOG), Goldman Sachs (GS), and Sears (SHLD) to replicate historic Berkshire Hathaway returns; was also positive on GameStop (GME) again.

STOP TRADING Wednesday 9/20
positive on Indymac (NDE) and positive on Wells Fargo (WFC); homebuilders have bottomed and oil going lower.

MAD MONEY Tuesday 9/19
Cramer said Starbucks (SBUX) is going higher. Cramer said Hold Oracle (ORCL) because it's going higher; said Starbucks (SBUX) can go higher.

STOP TRADING Tuesday 9/19
Cramer was all over Cisco Systems (CSCO) again as the real winner in convergence.

MAD MONEY Monday 9/18
Cramer likes other buyout targets after the Freescale (FSL) buyout: he likes Atheros (ATHR), Broadcom (BRCM), Verigy (VRGY), and Novelis (NVL).

STOP TRADING Monday 9/18
Cramer said to Buy KBHomes (KBH) after it reports earnings and after it gets hit.

OK, that should be more than enough Booyah!'s to last you for a while.

Jon C. Ogg
September 22, 2006
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