Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap: Next Week's Game Plan
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Cramer said Bernanke's testimony before the Senate on Tuesday will determine whether the market has more rallies like today, or more fear-induced selling like Thursday.
Beyond the Fed, Cramer said he'll be watching
(LOW) on Monday as well as rival
(HD), a stock Cramer owns for his charitable trust,
A Market With AmnesiaDon't be so quick to bail out of a bad stock because in this market that bad stock might just come roaring back, Cramer told viewers. Cramer said he's been amazed at the market's willingness to forgive even the worst performers. That certainly was the case with Hewlett-Packard (HPQ), which saw its shares soar 12.5% in Friday's trading. The market also seems willing to forgive Johnson & Johnson (JNJ), with those shares barely skipping a beat after not one, but two government probes. The markets also like Boeing (BA), sending those shares near 52-week highs while its flagship Dreamliner continues to have its wings clipped. It's almost as if the market has amnesia as it bids up shares of Norfolk Southern (NSC) after the company called a bottom in the coal market, its second such prediction. It has also bid up FedEx (FDX) despite that company's bleak outlook last quarter.
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