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: I don't like Dell here. The PC market is likely to be extremely rocky this year until we get a clear reading on when
Vista operating system will arrive. In addition, I believe Dell needs to get AMD chips into their products as soon as possible, which would help Dell stem market share losses. (Note: Cramer owns Microsoft for his
ActionAlerts PLUS charitable trust.)
: Yes, I believe Toyota is a buy here. I believe
is making serious improvements to its financial structure, but Toyota will continue to take market share worldwide and has rock-solid fundamentals. There is room for more than one winner in this sector.
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