TheStreet Picks: Apple, DryShips

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Every day on TheStreet.com, TheStreet Picks section rounds up the best stock ideas, with a focus on the clearest bullish and bearish takes.

Here is a snapshot of several recent investment ideas on

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From

Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap: Stay with New Tech

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Cramer said when it comes to fuel-efficient trucks,

Navistar International

(NAVZ)

is the market leader... According to Cramer, Navistar is a great company with a catalyst that's poised to take its stock higher.

On a fundamental level, Cramer said he likes Navistar for its manufacturing of fuel-efficient school buses and trucks. The company has new hybrid diesel engines that tout fuel savings of 9%-13% over traditional engines. The company also has growing military division, which the company says could see up to $2 billion in sales.

But Cramer said the real catalyst for Navistar is the company's expected relisting on the

New York Stock Exchange

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From

TSC's Power Stock Rankings: May 20

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1. Apple

(AAPL) - Get Report

: I

research associate Patrick Schultz am actually rooting for a pullback in the House of Jobs so I can call it a buy. Surprisingly, we have not seen any bumps or detours on the shining path to $200 that I have stressed for weeks and weeks now. A little panic and selling would be great... to buy more.

-- BUY

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From

'Fast Money' Pops and Drops: All About DryShips

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DryShips

(DRYS) - Get Report

dropped 5%.

Pete Najarian said the stock is finally pulling back. This is a buying opportunity, he said.

To read the full article, click here.

From

'Fast Money' Recap: Heading Sideways

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Guy Adami said that today

May 20 marked an occasion to separate the wheat from the chaff. He said that some stocks remained strong on the down day. He said he likes

Trinity Industries

(TRN) - Get Report

on today's performance.

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Wall Street Watch: Earnings and M&A

In addition to bullish and bearish takes on individual stocks, TheStreet Picks is also your go-to source for the latest Wall Street news via Earnings Watch and Merger & Acquisitions. Here are two recent highlights.

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From

Overseas Markets Drive H-P Profit

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Hewlett-Packard

(HPQ) - Get Report

grew its bottom line 16% in its fiscal second quarter, as the company's foothold in overseas markets offset weakness in the U.S.

Palo Alto, Calif.-based H-P said Tuesday that it benefited from strong demand in emerging economies such as Brazil, Russia, India and China, where the company's overall pool of revenue was up 26% year-over-year.

To read the full article, click here.

From

JPMorgan Keeping Half of Bear Jobs

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JPMorgan Chase

(JPM) - Get Report

CEO Jamie Dimon on Tuesday said the bank planned to keep nearly half of

Bear Stearns'

(BSC)

employees after their planned merger later this month.

Dimon said he believed Bear could provide earnings potential of about $1 billion by the end of 2009, but said a lot of work remained.

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Other Tools and Idea Sources

On TheStreet Picks, under "Calendars," you'll find a link labeled "Conference Calls." This link will take you to

TheStreet.com's

dynamic

page of quarterly company reports

. This page includes archived Webcasts of real earnings conference calls that you can listen to at anytime.

TheStreet Picks also features constantly updated lists of EPS (earnings per share) estimates, a dividend stock watch list and two highlight stories from Stockpickr.

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www.thestreet.com/thestreet-picks/

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This article was written by a staff member of TheStreet.com.