mystifies me," Jim Cramer told a caller on his
"RealMoney" radio show Thursday.
Wynn should be lower than it is, he said, adding that he likes
Las Vegas Sands
As HD TVs and big-screen TVs are popular,
and other companies related to the liquid-crystal display market should perform well, Cramer told another caller.
People should make money with AU Optronics if they stick with it through the holidays, he said.
Cramer told a caller he's worried about
( WFMI) as it has a price-to-earnings multiple that is higher than twice its growth rate.
"I wouldn't feel comfortable owning it until it goes to $50," he said. "Right now it's at $60."
Cramer's also concerned about the "big-box retailers," as the group has gone down recently, he told a caller.
Right now he said he doesn't want to be in
and at this point is even cautious about
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