On Friday's "Mad Money" show, Cramer said that the recession is not over and once again recommended sticking with proven leaders, focusing on banks, oils, tech and aerospace.
Specifically, Cramer recommended
, both of which he owns for his
charitable trust, as well as
On Monday, JPMorgan added 84 cents, or 2.4%, to close at $35.39; Conoco inched up 2 cents to close at $45.02; Apple slid 82 cents, or 0.6%, to $143.85; and Boeing closed up 18 cents at $52.83.
Cramer also suggested several additional ways to play the tech rally, including
and speculative stock
On Monday, Google lost $5.55, or 1.3%, to close at $438.77, and Tessera closed down 77 cents, or 2.9%, at $26.26.
His "speculative stock of the year," though, was
. He said the stock is too low and said that it could double.
On Monday, Sallie Mae closed up $1.32, or 20%, at $7.93.
At the time of publication, Cramer was long JPMorgan and ConocoPhillips.
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