It was "Best of Mad Money" night Wednesday, as Jim Cramer's show on
highlighted some of the top segments of the past three months.
Cramer reprised his top stock picks from the June 1 show: "Charging ahead with Cramer's generals." He gave six stocks that investors should own, and they were:
, in that order.
From the May 26 show, Cramer unleashed the
Below were the names that Cramer said viewers should be turning to -- aisle by aisle -- instead of Wal-Mart.
and its iTunes business.
Dick's Sporting Goods
Bulk goods --
Hardware, lawn and garden:
Bed Bath & Beyond
Whole Foods Market
And if you don't want to go aisle by aisle, you'd run with
, Cramer said.
Wal-Mart did get some good news Tuesday when it said it expects
a surge in same-store sales year over year.
On the June 15 show, Cramer praised Sumner Redstone and said the move to split
into value and growth entities was brilliant. He gave Redstone the "Ponce de Leon Award" for the move. Cramer said that value mutual funds would like the split of the company and that growth investors would like the cable television and film business as well. Cramer said that Redstone created pure plays for both groups.
On the May 2 show, Cramer interviewed Mel Karmazin, CEO of
Sirius Satellite Radio
, who offered his reasons for believing in the satellite radio franchise. Karmazin said signing exclusive deals with personalities such as Howard Stern and seeing how the automakers were getting behind satellite convinced him to jump on board. Since Karmazin took the reins in November, Sirius shares have climbed 11%.
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At the time of publication, Cramer was long Comcast, GameStop, Intel, Sears Holdings and UnitedHealth Group.
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