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On CNBC Mad Money, Jim Cramer was net-bullish in the second-half of the month of November. Of the 91 companies mentioned, Cramer was positive on 58 companies and negative on 33 of them. Companies Cramer was bearish about are worth a second-look. They are a starting point either for companies to avoid, or are approaching a more-than reasonable valuation.
Most of the companies receiving negative mention traded downward over the last few months. Only
Nokia (NOK) broke above the $2-range to close at $3.26. Nokia’s new Windows Phone 8 Lumia device was sold out in Germany. This fueled optimism for investors hoping the new device will gain market share. Investors should have a longer-time frame for Nokia: market share growth will take many quarters, not many weeks.
Microsoft (MSFT) and Nokia’s Symbian lost market share between July and October 2012:
1. Baidu, Inc. (
Financials): was a company Cramer did not like. The company reported surprisingly weak results last quarter.
2. Hewlett-Packard Company (
Financials): reported a weak quarter. The catalyst for the sell-off in its shares was when HP accused Autonomy executives of fraudulent accounting. Fundamentally, HP needs to improve sales in its printing division, and increase profits for Windows 8-based computers.
3. NVIDIA Corporation (
Financials): is a graphics card maker. The company reported very good earnings last quarter, but gave a tepid outlook. NVidia supplies graphics processors for Android-based devices, but relies heavily on computer sales. The company announced it is paying dividends for the first time.
4. Research In Motion Limited (
Financials): is a company Cramer is still bearish on. Shares have nearly doubled already. Nothing fundamentally different has changed: Blackberry 10 continues to be the next-generation device that will be released next year.