Disney was falling 5.6% on Monday after Merrill Lynch cut its target on the stock ahead of its Thursday quarterly earnings release. "You cannot get a better softening ahead of Disney's quarter than a kind of piece that says that this is just an unbelievably dangerous situation," Cramer said.
He said he wanted to see the quarter first. "They've got
High School Musical
. They've got franchise," he said. "I believe there will be a turn in 2009."
In telecommunications news,
Research In Motion
's BlackBerry Bold is slated to come out on Tuesday, rumored as the
iPhone's newest competition.
are both good. They both have good yields.
wasn't bad at all," Cramer said. "They don't have the great growth rates, but it tunrs out that people aren't ripping out their phone lines with the rapacity that we thought."
AT&T is "really helping" Apple, too. Their iPhone partnership was "brilliant on both parts," Cramer said. Thought he hates to use the term, Cramer called Apple an "up stock." "There was some really negative chatter about Friedman Billings," he said, "and the stock went up."
Apple is an "up stock leading the
, and the Nasdaq is leading the market," Cramer said.
At the time of publication, Cramer had no positions in stocks mentioned.
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