Cramer said that the retailer, along with
, is a leader in the sector. "I was too negative about all of retail last week," Cramer said. He said he also likes
. "VF Corp is doing better than its cohort," he said.
The most important thing today is the bullish tape, Cramer said. He pointed out that even though
has lost the capital it recently raised, it's up. "The tape is being colored by bulls," he said.
, up today after issuing bearish guidance, is another example, Cramer said.
Cramer said the tech sector is providing leadership. "
Research In Motion
( RIMM) is great.
is great," he said. He reminded viewers to own Apple shares until the company releases its 3-G phone. He also said that
is showing strength in the financials sector.
As shares of
ticked higher on a potential settlement of its buyout deal, Cramer said that another radio deal with
didn't work out.
"This is remarkable action," Cramer said. He said that in spite of his objections, rallies like the one today do occur.
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