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NEW YORK (
) -- The "raging" bull market is just beginning, Jim Cramer said on his
TV show Friday.
Cramer went through his game plan for next week, saying the Federal Open Market Committee meeting on Tuesday will be pivotal.
He also told viewers to check out
earnings on Tuesday to get a window into what products are selling at its outlets.
on Wednesday. Cramer acknowledged investor fears of tightening in China, but he says it's a strong play on the rebound in mining and equipment sales.
There'll be a bevy of companies to watch on Thursday, including
Research In Motion
, which he owns for his
Action Alerts PLUS portfolio, and another Action Alerts PLUS stock
Cramer said General Mills' margins and market share can still surprise. He said Research In Motion better back up its quarter up with good numbers from its new BlackBerry Porch. He advised selling shares of the RIM before its quarterly announcement to minimize risk. He said Oracle and Accenture are both winners.
Procter & Gamble
. analyst day is scheduled for Thursday, and it is expected to provide more information about its product innovation plans, he said.
November housing starts will also take place Thursday. Cramer said while experts will lament a low housing start number, he said a housing bull would want the lowest housing start numbers. He adds that
recent lift on outlook is bullish for the housing market.
Cramer expressed confidence in
. Although the company reported on Oct. 26 what many thought were "horrible" numbers, it actually raised its margin forecast, he said.
Overall, he thinks the truck bull market is hardly over, noting the "monster" truck order number in November. He said he likes
He also likes
"You need to be in one of the auto stocks," he said, adding
is heading higher.
Cramer pitted three restaurants stocks against each other:
He noted that restaurant stocks, especially the mid-caps, are "bouncing back" with the economy.
After reviewing such metrics as store growth, cost control, profitability and stock performance, BJ's was the best of the three, he said.
Cramer was bullish on
He was bearish on
As the year comes to a close, Cramer reflects and says that coal stocks have been one of the biggest winners of the year due to a more favorable regulatory environment.
is the perfect play on an eviscerated EPA (Environmental Protection Agency)," he said. "It's a monster buy." He also liked
Cramer told viewers to invest with "conviction."
--Written by Andrea Tse in New York.
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At the time of publication, Cramer was long Oracle, Accenture.
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