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Boston Sci's expected stent-sales shortfall should make St. Jude a cheaper play.
Even though EA has the wildly popular Madden NFL game, GameStop is better positioned, says Cramer.
Cramer says Merck, Pfizer and Schering-Plough are all better than Barr Pharma.
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Cramer goes against the herd when it comes to playing the market after a terrorist threat.
Cramer says stocks are resilient to the news of a foiled terrorist plot.
Cramer says you still need to stay away from stocks that have exposure to the economy.
Cramer sees a merger with Varian, an oncology radiation company.
Cramer offers a lesson on diagnostics to help investors pick stocks like the pros.
Cramer didn't mince words when it came to this stock.
Pharmacopeia gets a big lift after announcing a drug discovery pact with Cephalon.
The cycle we've seen since late November implies we'll see a pullback of two to three weeks.
Instead of vaulting old highs on good Arms Index numbers, indices have been reluctant to get going.
Alexion jumps on positive trial results, while CNS falls after a weak profit report.
A recent rash of new bankruptcy filings is good news for Portfolio Recovery Associates, says Cramer.
Cramer says the French oil company is a celestial buy. Also, the eve of construction.
Strength in the conglomerate's divisions should have sector ripple effects, Cramer says.
Bulls stay the course as semiconductor stocks sell off for the second day in a row.
Energy and defense for sure, but commodities, utilities and even two Internet stocks make it.
The medical equipment company says order growth in its oncology business has been strong.
It's a good time to raise cash. Also, charts of Coors, Qualcomm and others.
As the larger indices bounce within channels, many stocks aren't moving with the market.
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