Cramer said the company's plan to charge users of its Skype Internet calling service is huge. Meanwhile, investors have taken to overlooking this once-scorching Internet auction play.
"eBay has gone from being a loved stock to being one people have forgotten about," Cramer said.
should ride sales of its iPod to $120 from a recent $88.
He also said bears like
's Doug Kass have got this
subprime lending business all wrong. Kass believes underwriting problems could fester and
infect the rest of the economy, but Cramer contends that even a crisis in the group will ultimately be good for stocks because it will lead to Fed interest rate cuts.
Cramer said he likes
because mortgage applications are spiking.
"They'll have a tough time for many months," Cramer said, but "they have a good model" and a "good core business."
At the time of publication, Cramer had no positions in stocks mentioned.
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