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If you had to choose between Sears (SHLD) or Best Buy (BBY) - Get Report, which would you take?-- Rick

Jim Cramer

: I actually have Sears in my charitable trust,

Action Alerts PLUS, but I like Best Buy very much as well. However, keep in mind that I don't like these two stocks because I like all of retail. Sears is a financial-engineering and cash flow story, while Best Buy is a product-cycle story.

Is daytrading a bad idea?-- Marti-Kaye from Florida

Jim Cramer

: Some people make very good money daytrading, but I believe that most people are simply not cut out to trade full-time. Watching the markets all day while staying unemotional is extremely difficult, and I believe investors that think long term while doing the homework regularly will do the best.

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At the time of publication, Cramer was long Sears.

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