Jim Cramer continued an annual tradition on his "Mad Money" show Wednesday by offering some of his forecasts for the coming year. He predicted the Dow Jones is going to close 17% higher at 14,582 in 2007 and named his top three value stocks of the year. Last year, Cramer tapped only one stock of the year -- Allegheny Technologies ( ATI), which turned out to be the "single best-performing stock in the S&P 500." But this year, he said he's learned that people don't want one stock of the year; they want a menu to pick from. As there are three types of stocks -- low-risk value stocks for conservative investors, higher-risk growth stocks, and speculative stocks for "bungee jumpers" -- Cramer said he is going to spend the rest of the week naming his top three in each category.