Jim Cramer's Portfolios of the Week - TheStreet

Updated from 7:24 a.m. EDT

Jim Cramer devoted a lot of air time and page space this week to the run in the technology sector. He believes we are on the cusp of another period of great innovation and growth that harks back to 1995.

Imploring market players not to fall victim to the market bears, in a July 17

RealMoney

blog post, he cited an unbelievable July, which thus far has been rife with takeovers, buybacks and upgrades.

"You can't sit out moves like this. Yet, I am sure if you go back one month ago, two months ago, three, four or five months ago to the day, you would have seen the

same set of worries that would've kept you out of amazing gains

," he wrote.

Here are some Cramer highlights from the past week as aggregated from his "Mad Money" TV show, "Stop Trading!" segment on

CNBC

and his blog posts.

Cramer's New Takeover Targets

: In a July 19 blog post, Cramer wrote: "So you have

Nestle

( NQB) and

Pepsi

(PEP) - Get Report

on the prowl. Isn't that the takeaway of the Pepsi-Nestle failed merger? What does it mean? I think it means a really out-of-favor group -- consumer goods -- could get some lightning going for it. Unfortunately, because of the safety premium, these stocks aren't cheap. Not a one. But a few come to mind as natural for acquisition." Here they are along with potential acquirers:

Cramer's New Takeover Targets

include

Colgate

(CP) - Get Report

and

Clorox

(CLX) - Get Report

.

Cramer's Power Hitters

: In another July 19 blog post, Cramer declared: "Let's talk raw power. ... There are so many people who write calls, which amounts to a sale of the stock (shorting a call is like selling the common), and so many speculators who are long the calls and selling the common to lock in the gain or selling the call to lock in the gain, you know that there is a tremendous amount of stock around for sale. ... You need to watch these stocks that blow through calls and put the knowledge away. These stocks are the strongest out there. They need to be bought on any weakness -- that is, if you can get any weakness."

Cramer's Power Hitters

includes

Exxon Mobil

(XOM) - Get Report

.

Cramer's $80 to $120 Plays

: Cramer's $80-to-$120 theory states: "Stocks that go to $80 in a bull market usually go to $100, and stocks that make it to $100 tend to go all the way to $120." From the

July 11 "Mad Money" recap

:

Elaborating on that theme, Cramer said that stocks that make it to $80 are stocks with serious institutional backing. Big institutional buyers are the ones buying shares hand over fist, and once the stocks reach $100, they become anointed names, Cramer said. And as more people get into the stocks, their momentum continues. Although the idea may seem "foolish," it could make people some serious money, he said.

Cramer's $80 to $120 Plays

include

Boeing

(BA) - Get Report

,

Caterpillar

(CAT) - Get Report

and

Terex

(TEX) - Get Report

.

Cramer's 13 Stocks for Summer Rally

: In a July 12 blog post, Cramer offered this baker's dozen, reminding us why he likes to invest in the breakouts: "They are the referendum, the stocks that are working and will continue to work now that the selling squall has been put behind us. I like to own in-the-money calls on them, half a position only, and then wait for some media-inspired wrong-headed bear move that gives you a chance to buy the rest. So you go buy deeps, out three months, on any of these names. ... Get comfortable with some of them. They are going to take us to the next level."

Cramer's 13 Stocks for Summer Rally

include

Texas Instruments

(TXN) - Get Report

and

Johnson Controls

(JCI) - Get Report

.

Cramer's Four Horsemen

: In a July 16 blog post, Cramer referred back to his four horsemen of tech, saying: "Can't stop the horsemen. Just can't. Lots of people on Stockpickr are asking me whether it's too late or if this is the level to jump in. No, it is not too late. But is it right just to "jump in"? I never like to jump in. I like to phase in. If I didn't own any of these, I would certainly start right here, though. The reason why I am calling for a 1995-like move is that there were never any serious pullbacks to these kinds of stocks, just these minor pullbacks that turned out to be great buying opportunities. ... the key issue is to be

in

, not out."

Cramer's Four Horsemen

, or "Fab Four of Tech," include

Amazon

(AMZN) - Get Report

and

Research In Motion

( RIMM).

Cramer's Key Stocks

: In a blog post from Monday, July 16, Cramer declared, "I won't trust the tape until Wednesday afternoon. I am not seeing anything today that changes my mind." With that in mind Cramer said he was keying

on these three stocks

.

Cramer's Wild Bull Agriculture Plays

: Cramer has been calling the bull market in agriculture for quite some time now. And he again pointed out that "the ag bull market isn't quitting."

Cramer's Wild Bull Agriculture Plays

include

Deere

(DE) - Get Report

.

Cramer's Misunderstood Stocks

: In a July 19 blog post, which can also be

accessed for free

on

TheStreet.com

, Cramer said we can "count the wrong assumptions on a daily basis. ...So many people take their cues from a wacky stock market and the short-term price moves, rather than from their own counsel. Drives me nuts. Take your cue not from the price movements but from the conviction you have. If you don't have conviction, don't own." Cramer said people are "missing it" on several stocks.

Cramer's Misunderstood Stocks

include

American Standard

( ASD) and

NYSE Euronext

(NYX)

.

Lightning Round

: Cramer was full speed ahead last night with his latest

Lightning Round

. He was bullish on several stocks such as

LodgeNet

( LNET) and

Millipore

(MIL)

but also bearish on the likes of

Knight

(NITE)

and

Toll

(TOL) - Get Report

.

At the time of original publication of his posts, Cramer was long Caterpillar, Clorox and NYSE Euronext.

At the time of publication, Altucher and/or his fund had no positions in stocks mentioned, although positions may change at any time.

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,

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and

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