RealMoney Radio Mailbag: Find That Ticker

Cramer explains how to track down the trading symbol for a stock he's talked about on his radio show.
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Jim, sometimes you don't identify the ticker symbols for stocks you mention on the radio. How can I find the ticker symbol of a particular stock?-- Jay from Massachusetts

James J. Cramer:

The easiest way to find a ticker symbol I've mentioned on the radio is to read my

RealMoney Radio Recap

on

TheStreet.com

. You can find it every day on

TheStreet.com

home page; just look for the box headed "Jim Cramer" on the far left of the site.

And if you remember the name of the stock, go to

TheStreet.com

home page and look for the box at the top left headed "Quotes & Search." Then just enter the company name, hit the arrow and the ticker -- plus lots more data about the stock -- should come up immediately.

What are your current thoughts on Texas Instruments (TXN) - Get Report?-- Dean from Calgary, Ontario

James J. Cramer:

While the stock is not cheap trading at 24 times expected 2005 earnings, I believe Texas Instruments is one of the best semiconductor companies out there.

It has a lot of leverage to next-generation cell phones, and its DLP chip business should benefit from the enormous demand for HDTV.

If TI pulled back below $30, I might even have to issue a 'mon back.

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