Nuclear war hardened Medco Health (MHS) on the move. Remember, this is the prototypical 1990 stock, the stock that maintains or accelerates its growth in this environment. One to buy.

Second, ag is moving again. You can see the breakouts, except

Agrium

(AGU)

because of the big secondary for its acquisition. Agrium to me feels just like

Freeport

after its big secondary for the accretive purchase of

Phelps Dodge

. This one's ready to roll below the secondary price with massive support coming from banks next week.

Third, that

CME

(CME) - Get Report

conference call the other day was about the most bullish I have heard yet for that company. I suspect numbers are going to be up huge there. Worth buying right now.

That's three easy ones post-Fed that are worth buying

because they have nothing to do with housing

.

Plenty out there, you just need to know

not

to look.

At the time of publication, Cramer was long Freeport.

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