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This column was originally published on RealMoney on Oct. 12 at 10:31 a.m. EDT. It's being republished as a bonus for TheStreet.com readers.

The market has spoken. It is sending down

Pepsi

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and sending up

Yum!

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and

McDonald's

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. That means you are going to continue to see the strength in

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, which is really ramping, and

Searses

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. You are going to continue to see the weakness in the

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and the

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. This is going to happen. You are going to see a continual shift out of

Anheuser-Busch

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,

Colgate

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and

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.

You need to know this change. You need to recognize that the money is going to pour out of this area and is going to go to everything consumer-related, from autos and housing to retail and the materials sold there.

And it will go into tech. There is a reason

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and

AU Optronics

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and

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are going up. There is a reason

Ericsson's

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stock reacts positively to Ericsson's news and Pepsi reacts negatively to Pepsi's news. This shift will happen as quickly as the one in May did. That was the lesson of 2000, when the shift anticipated the

Fed's

moves. (Telco couldn't because of the inventory overhang.)

Use weakness in the semiconductor index, the SOX, to buy. Use any strength in the CMR, Morgan Stanley's consumer index, and the

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to sell.

The only question marks are finance and drugs. Biotech seems to be peaking here; I would be wary. Drugs are case by case. You need a special situation to buck the coming tide.

I think financials still work, but slowly, with the wealth managers and e-brokers not working.

Deep cyclicals that work? Ones that have their own cycles: farm equipment and aerospace.

Not much else except for

Phelps Dodge

( PD) at this point.

At the time of publication, Cramer was long Sears Holdings and Anheuser Busch.

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