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NEW YORK (
) -- "Investors who have waited and waited for a great time to buy
will get their chance next week," Jim Cramer told the viewers of his "Mad Money" TV show Friday.
Apple was just one of the many stocks Cramer highlighted in his game plan for next week's trading.
Cramer said the analysts will likely be disappointed with Apple's iPhone shipment numbers when it reports on Monday, as a little-known production glitch kept numbers lower-than-expected. He said that glitch was taken care of at the end of the third quarter, setting up Apple for a big fourth quarter.
He said that will make Tuesday the perfect time to buy Apple, after the disappointment, but still before
sings the iPhone's praises when it reports on Thursday.
In the aerospace sector, Cramer said any further
Dreamliner delays will create weakness and a buying opportunity, for that stock on Wednesday.
will also report next week, and that too is a great stock to gauge the health of the sector.
In commercial real estate, several names will be reporting, including
( MNT) and
. These companies will tell us the health of that group, said Cramer.
Cramer also noted
, a stock which he owns for his charitable trust,
Action Alerts PLUS, as another name to watch. He said the Wells often disappoints the analysts because it doesn't offer a Q&A period on its conference call. Cramer said he'd be a buyer on that weakness.
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Still other stocks like
, will offer guidance on the economic recovery, said Cramer, as will steelmaker
, which reports on Thursday.
Cramer said investors need to just watch these names and learn from what's said and the reaction of the stocks.
recent announcement of its purchase of
, Cramer said it's time to ring the register on Starent and look for a replacement stock for his Mobile Internet Index portfolio of stocks.
He then said that
is the perfect stock to fill Starent's shoes.
Cramer explained that ARM Holdings is a semiconductor intellectual property powerhouse. The company's high performance, low-power processor designs are licensed to a staggering 95% of all smart phones and mobile devices and have become the new standard for the the red hot netbook computer category.
Cramer said ARM's business model makes sense for semiconductor and device makers since it spreads the costs of developing the ever more complicated processors among the entire industry. By licensing ARM's technology, companies and quickly and cheaply roll out new and faster devices.
With ARM's practical monopoly on the mobile processor market, Cramer said the company's multiple of 25 times its projected earnings actually makes the stock cheap, especially given the company's 30% projected growth.
When it comes to securing the homeland, Cramer said no area is more exciting than biometric, the art of identifying the bad guys from their fingerprints, faces and other physical characteristics. For "Speculation Friday," he "identified" not one, but two, stocks that investors should consider.
L-1 Identity Solutions
( ID) and
are two leaders in the biometrics field.
He explained that L-1 Identity Solutions has technology that moves beyond fingerprints, to identify people by their faces, irises and beyond. The company has equipment in Iraq and Afghanistan, and is working to secure business for driver's licenses in the state of New York as well as the Mexican national ID program.
Cogent is a pure play on finger-print technology, as the company mainly administers the U.S. Visitor's Program, which helps speed frequent fliers through customs. This company too has a lot of room for growth, said Cramer, as it competes for contracts from the U.S. Army, the U.K. Post Office and others.
Among the two, Cramer said Cogent is the safer bet, with $5.86 a share in cash on the books, while L-1 Identity Solutions is risker with less cash and more debt. Both companies trade around 18 times their earnings and have a 20% growth rate.
Cramer said there's no hurry to buy either stock. He said he'd wait for a market pullback to do some homework before pulling the trigger.
Cramer followed up on two stocks that stumped him in the "Lightning Round" earlier in the week. He said that
has a dangerously high 16% yield that should make investors worried. He said this company doesn't meet the standard that he looks for in a financial stock.
Cramer said the electronics component maker
is an attractive investment and would be one worth buying, if only he didn't like
Cramer was bullish on
He was bearish on
The Blackstone Group
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