Another stock I like going into this week is Aluminum Corp. of China (ACH). Down 35 points from its all-time high of about $90 a share back in October, this stock has been unfairly sold off, and thus I am looking for a snapback rally into next week.
ACH operates in two bull markets: China and aluminum, and although it is a bit riskier than an Alcoa, ACH certainly has the potential to ramp more than 10 points in a single day. Currently sporting a book value of $50 a share, ACH is poised for a snapback rally as investors come back to the global-growth-story stocks.
Also worth look at this week is online advertising company ValueClick (VCLK). As GDP decreases, advertising from companies in general increases. And as more adverting moves away from old media to new media, ValueClick is the perfect company to own. On Friday, Citi upgraded ValueClick to a buy rating, putting a price target on the stock of $30.
ValueClick has also been rumored as a possible buyout candidate from the likes of Google (GOOG) and Microsoft (MSFT). Down almost 50% from its all-time high back in June, ValueClick stock offers investors a great short- and long-term play.Also worth checking out is Target (TGT - Get Report), which Cramer recently called "the gold standard of shopping because of its variety and excitement" and "the Wal-Mart killer."