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Do you think Broadcomundefined is a buy or sell here?-- Derek
: Broadcom is likely to be a volatile stock in the near future, but I believe it will be much higher 12 months from now. I believe 2007 will be a banner year for wireless, and Broadcom will be a direct beneficiary of growth in that sub-sector of tech.
What is your take on Schering-Plough (SGP) now that the election is over?-- Carlos
: I still like Schering, which I own for my charitable trust,
Action Alerts PLUS, even with Democrats getting back in power. Pharma could remain under pressure over the next few months, but ultimately Schering's continued turnaround and solid pipeline will outweigh any potential legislation directed at the industry.
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At the time of publication, Cramer was long Schering-Plough.
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